Shares of Aston Martin Lagonda Global from the segment “Car Manufacturers” are priced at GBP 54.44 on December 29, 2022, 4:21 pm
In an internal analysis, we rated the Aston Martin Lagonda Global based on the 5 most important factors based on current data. This results in a “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell” rating. These 5 separate individual factors then lead to a combined overall assessment of the stock’s prospects.
1. Emotion and buzz: The long-term perspective of communication on the Internet also makes an important contribution to stock evaluation. For the evaluation, we considered the scale of the discussion, that is, the frequency of the report, and the speed of the change of sentiment. Aston Martin Lagonda Global showed impressive characteristics in this analysis. The strength of the discussion is moderate as a normal activity can be seen. This results in a “Hold” rating. The rate of change in sentiment experienced a positive change during this period. Based on this, the editors get a “Buy” rating. The bottom line is therefore a “buy” rating.
2. Relative Strength Index: To assess whether a security is currently “overbought” or “oversold”, upward and downward movements can be compared over time. This produces the so-called Relative Strength Index (RSI), an indicator from technical analysis that is often used in the financial market. Now we rate Aston Martin Lagonda Global using short period RSI of last 7 days and longer period of RSI for 25 days. First 7 days RSI, which currently stands at 64.75 points, which means shares of Aston Martin Lagonda Global are not bought they are neither oversold nor oversold. As a result, it receives a “Hold” rating. Now for RSI25: Again, Aston Martin Lagonda Global is neither bought nor sold (value: 43.53), so the stock also receives a “hold” rating for RSI25. This gives Aston Martin Lagonda Global a “Hold” rating at this point in our analysis.
3. Technical Analysis: The average price of Aston Martin Lagonda Global is currently £446.81. The stock itself has reached a price of £150. The distance of GD200 is therefore -66.43 percent and leads to “Sell” rating. In contrast, the GD50 for the past 50 days is currently at GBP 131.23. From this point of view, the stock is a “buy” by the amount of +14.3 percent. For this we give the overall rating “Hold”.
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