No one will be happy with Volkswagen again!  ()

No one will be happy with Volkswagen again! ()


Volkswagen share price on October 27, 2022, 12:32 pm is EUR 130.62. The title is associated with the “car manufacturer” branch.

In an internal analysis, we evaluated Volkswagen based on the 6 most important factors based on current data. This results in a “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell” rating. These 6 different individual factors then lead to a combined overall assessment of the stock’s prospects.

1. Price of industry comparison: Volkswagen experienced a performance of -24.63 percent over the past 12 months. Such stocks from the “Automotive” sector have increased by an average of 8.81 percent, which means that Volkswagen underperformed by -33.45 percent in the industry comparison. The “Consumer Discretionary” sector had an average return of 7.25 percent over the past year. Volkswagen was 31.88 percent below this average. Underperformance in the sector’s comparables leads to a “Sell” rating in this category.

2. Investors: Investor sentiment is an important indicator for evaluating stocks. Recently, the Volkswagen segment was also the focus of discussion on social networks. Most of the comments posted were positive. However, in the past few days, the opinion market has been mainly concerned with the negative topics surrounding Volkswagen. This situation results in an overall rating of “Hold”. Further investigation and analysis of the communication activity shows on the analytical side that “sell” signals were issued. There were six signals (6 sell, 0 buy). The bottom line is therefore a general “sell” signal at this level. In summary, the analysis of investor opinion results in a “Hold” rating.

3. Dividend: With a dividend yield of 5.09%, anyone who currently invests in Volkswagen stock can earn a profit of less than 0.93 percent compared to the auto industry average. This means that the company’s dividend yield is limited, resulting in a “Hold” rating for the group’s dividend policy.

Buying, holding or selling a Volkswagen?

How will Volkswagen grow now? Is entry worth it or should investors sell instead? You can find answers to these questions and why you need to act now in the current analysis of Volkswagen.