Is a Sub-50 IDR Per Share Price Imminent?

It seems that GOTO's future is not looking too bright at the moment.

Despite being in a downtrend channel, there are no bullish signals indicating a potential price increase in the near future. Additionally, the FY2022 income statement shows that GOTO has not booked any profit and has actually incurred a loss of 2.6 billion dollars. This is not a good sign for investors, as it is generally not advisable to invest in a company that is losing money.

As a result, it is not surprising that GOTO's stock price could potentially hit below 50 IDR per share. While GOTO's business may be impactful to Indonesia, the harsh reality is that loss is still a loss, and investors are likely to shy away from putting their money into a company that is not generating any profits.


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