On November 2, 2022, 9:04 am, Mercedes-Benz was listed at EUR 59.54. Mercedes-Benz belongs to the “Car Manufacturer” segment.
We have analyzed Mercedes-Benz prospects based on 7 key categories. Stocks receive a partial rating for each category. From a general perspective, the results lead to a classification as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”.
1. Emotion and buzz: Major positive or negative changes in Internet communication can be identified accurately and early with our analysis. However, the situation has not changed for Mercedes-Benz in the last few weeks. We give the stock a “Hold” rating on this. Discussion power measures the attention of market participants in social networks. For Mercedes-Benz, our software has measured reduced activity in the last four weeks. This indicates a decrease in interest in the stock by market participants. Mercedes-Benz gets a “Sell” rating for this. Overall, the share is rated as “sell” at this level.
2. Industry comparison stock price: Compared to the average annual performance of stocks from the same industry (“consumer goods”), Mercedes-Benz is up more than 44 percent with a return of 50.92 percent. The “cars” branch made an average profit of 8.8 percent over the past 12 months. Here too, Mercedes-Benz is higher at 42.13 percent. This strong stock development over the past year leads to a “buy” rating in this category.
3. Technical analysis: The current price of Mercedes-Benz of EUR 59.14 is -3.24 percent away from GD200 (EUR 61.12) from the point of view of technical evaluation of the chart “hold” signal. On the contrary, GD50, which estimates the average price development for 50 days, shows a price of EUR 55.84. That means the stock price has a “buy” signal as the gap is +5.91 percent. The bottom line is that Mercedes-Benz’s stock price is rated as “Buy” if the 50-day and 200-day moving averages are used as the basis.
Buy, hold or sell Mercedes-Benz Group?
How will the Mercedes-Benz Group continue to develop now? Is entry worth it or should investors sell instead? You can find the answers to these questions and why you need to act now in the current analysis of the Mercedes-Benz Group.