Aston Martin Stock: Please note ()

Aston Martin Stock: Please note ()

As of 13 July 2022, 7:16 pm, the Aston Martin Lagonda Global share price is 430.5 GBP. The paper belongs to the “Automotive Manufacturers” branch.

In a complex analysis process, analysts from our company rated the Aston Martin Lagonda Global based on a total of 5 evaluation criteria. All individual parameters result in a classification as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. Due to this, the overall stock classification is calculated in the final overall evaluation.

1. Technical analysis: The current price of Aston Martin Lagonda Global of 430.5 GBP is a “sell” signal at a distance of -61.78 percent from GD200 (1126.42 GBP) from the point of view of technical evaluation of the chart. In contrast, the GD50, which measures the 50-day moving average price, is priced at GBP 611.92. This means for the share price that there is a “Sell” signal, as the gap is -29.65 percent. The bottom line is that the Aston Martin Lagonda Global stock price is rated ‘Sell’ based on the 50 and 200 day moving averages.

2. Investors: Discussions surrounding Aston Martin Lagonda Global on social media platforms give clear signals about the valuation and sentiment surrounding the stock. Positive feedback is currently increasing in comments and feedback over the past two weeks. In addition, more positive value-related topics were covered in the last few days. Our editorial team has come to the conclusion that the company should be classified as a “buy”. In summary, the editors therefore believe that Aston Martin Lagonda Global shares are appropriately rated “Buy” based on investor sentiment.

3. Relative Strength Index: A popular signal in technical analysis, the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, compares the ups and downs of price changes over a typical 7-day period. Values ​​between 0 and 30 are considered “oversold”, values ​​between 70 and 100 are considered “overbought” and values ​​between them are considered neutral. Aston Martin Lagonda Global RSI rates it as Hold at the level of 49.08. The 25-day RSI25 at 69.82 indicates a hold view at this level. This puts the overall rating at “Hold”.

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