Aston Martin Lagonda Global share price is 460 GBP on 07/28/2022, 20:32. The title is assigned to the “car manufacturer” branch.
Using a proven program, we rated the Aston Martin Lagonda Global at the current level. A stock is evaluated on 5 factors, each of which is assigned a “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell” rating. This leads to an overall evaluation in the final stage.
1. Sentiment and Buzz: There has been no apparent change in communication about Aston Martin Lagonda Global on social media over the past few weeks. There was no fundamental shift toward overly positive or overly negative discussions. The stock is therefore assigned a “Hold” rating by 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 the target of more or less attention from investors. The Aston Martin Lagonda Global has been discussed more or less regularly. This results in a “Hold” rating. Overall, this gives the stock a “hold” rating.
2. Relative Strength Index: The Relative Strength Index (also Relative Strength Index, abbreviated RSI) is used in technical analysis to assess whether a stock is overbought or oversold. Therefore, overbought stocks are more likely to see price pullbacks in the short term, while oversold stocks are more likely to see price gains. For this analysis step, we consider the 7 and 25 day RSI of Aston Martin Lagonda Global. First RSI7, which currently has 81.47 points, indicating that Aston Martin Lagonda Global is overbought. This gives the security a “Sell” rating on the 7-day RSI. The 25-day RSI is less volatile in comparison. Contrary to RSI7, Aston Martin Lagonda Global is neither overbought nor oversold here. Hence the security is rated “Hold” by RSI25. Together, this gives Aston Martin Lagonda Global security a “Sell” rating in this segment.
3. Technical Analysis: Over the past 200 trading days, Aston Martin Lagonda Global stock has averaged a closing price of £1052.28. The closing price on the last trading day was GBP 460 (a difference of -56.29 percent) and therefore we give it a “Sell” rating from a technical point of view. Apart from the 200-day moving average, the 50-day moving average is also analyzed as part of the charting method. For this (£547.51) the last closing is also below the moving average (percent -15.98 deviation). Aston Martin Lagonda Global stock is therefore also assigned a “sell” rating on this short-term basis. Overall, Aston Martin Lagonda Global receives a “Sell” rating on a simple chart approach.
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