BMW Share: What’s still to come?  ()

BMW Share: What’s still to come? ()

On November 5, 2022, 00:09 am, Bmw is listed on the Xetra home market at EUR 76.5. Bmw belongs to the “car manufacturers” segment.

We analyzed this stock in 7 points and assigned “Buy”, “Hold” and “Sell” ratings. At the end of the analysis you will get the overall rating results.

1. Dividends: With a dividend yield of 7.36 percent, BMW is 1.34 percent above the industry average. The auto sector has an average yield of 6.02. From today’s perspective, the stock is therefore a relatively profitable investment and receives a “buy” rating from the editors.

2. Investors: Overall, investor sentiment at BMW in discussion forums and opinion columns on social media is positive. This is reflected in the statements and comments of the last two weeks, which we evaluated for you to find another aspect of the stock rating. It turned out that in the last day or two positive or negative topics were not the focus of discussion, which means that the title received an overall rating of “Buy”. Finally, this type of analysis is optimized for solid, quantifiable business signals from social networks. There were 6 sell and 0 buy signals. From this image, in turn, a “sell” recommendation can be made at this level. According to our assessment, this means that “holding” is generally calculated on the point of non-investment.

3. Technical analysis: The 200-day line (GD200) for BMW is currently EUR 78.47. The stock is therefore classified as “Hold”, as the stock price itself ended the trade at EUR 76.5, creating a gap of -2.51 percent. The ratio is different compared to the moving average price of the last 50 days. Currently GD50 has reached the level of EUR 74.63. This in turn corresponds to the current difference of +2.51 percent for BMW shares and thus a “hold” signal. The overall result based on the two periods is therefore “Hold”.

Should BMW Investors Sell Immediately? Or is it worth starting?

How will BMW grow now? Is entry worth it or should investors sell instead? Find out the answers to these questions and why you need to act now in the current BMW analysis.