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The real estate sector is trembling. While some investors are wary, others are salivating over the possibilities. The recent oversold status presents opportunities to dive headfirst into undervalued companies. The question is, who among them will emerge as the phoenix rises from the ashes?

Relative Strength Index (RSI) is the compass. It navigates traders through the labyrinth of price dynamics to indicate potential short-term performance. A stock is deemed oversold when the RSI falls below 30 – at least, according to Benzinga Pro.

Here’s a rundown of the major players on the brink of oversold, each with an RSI hovering near or below 30.

An Ominous Homecoming for Ohmyhome Limited OMH

  • On Jan. 8, Ohmyhome and Webuy Global announced a strategic collaboration in Singapore. Their pact intends to cross-sell services to the local community through Webuy’s e-commerce platform and Group Leaders. Despite this upbeat news, Ohmyhome’s stock plummeted by 36% over the past month, scraping a 52-week low of $0.90.
  • RSI Value: 23.87
  • OMH Price Action: Shares nosedived 2.1% to close at $0.95 on Wednesday.

Peakstone Realty Trust Fights to Stay Afloat PKST

  • On Nov. 9, Peakstone Realty Trust posted gloomy third-quarter sales figures. Despite CEO Michael J. Escalante’s avowal that the firm is successfully forging ahead, their stock plunged by 10% in the past five days, striking a 52-week low of $12.29. Escalante emphasized, “We continue to successfully implement our go-forward strategy by reducing leverage and steering towards an investment-grade balance sheet.”
  • RSI Value: 27.43
  • PKST Price Action: Shares tumbled 4.5% to close at $14.48 on Wednesday.
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