On November 11, 2022, 10:46 am, the BMW share is listed on its home market Xetra at a price of EUR 83.58. The company belongs to the Automobile Manufacturers segment.
How Bmw should currently be evaluated based on a multi-step analysis. We have selected 7 categories, each of which results in “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. These results are finally combined into a general result.
1. Investors: Investor sentiment is an important indicator for evaluating stocks. Recently, the BMW segment was also the focus of discussion on social networks. Most of the comments posted were negative. In addition, the opinion market has been particularly concerned with negative topics surrounding BMW in the past few days. This situation results in an overall rating of “Sell”. In terms of analysis, further studies and analysis of communication activities show that “sell” signals were given. There were seven signals (7 sell, 0 buy). The bottom line is therefore a general “sell” signal at this level. In summary, investor sentiment analysis results in a “Sell” rating.
2. Sentiment and Buzz: Over the past few weeks, there has been an increase in negative sentiment about Bmw on social media. The weather gauge of market participants was in the red. The stock therefore receives a “sell” rating from the editors. The weight or, to put it simply, the frequency of contributions to the stock gives an indication of whether the company is currently more or less in the target of investors. Bmw was discussed a little more or less normally. This results in a “Hold” rating. Overall, this gives the stock a “sell” rating.
3. Bottom line: Bmw stock is considered undervalued based on the price/earnings (P/E) ratio. Because: The P/E ratio of 2.92 is 91 percent lower than the industry average for the “Automotive” segment, which is 33.09. As a result, the stock receives a “buy” rating from a fundamental analysis perspective.
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