For the Novem -Luxembourg part in the “Automotive and components” segment, a price of EUR 7.38 is maintained on September 19, 2022, 11:33 am
How Novem -Luxembourg to now evaluate the results of a multi-stage analysis. We have selected 4 categories, each of which leads to “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell” results. These results are finally consolidated into the overall result.
1. Investors: In addition to hard factors such as balance sheet data, share prices can also be evaluated using soft factors such as sentiment. Our analysts looked at Novem -Luxembourg on social platforms and measured the comments or the results were neutral. In addition, social media users related to Novem-Luxembourg have mostly picked up neutral topics in recent days. Therefore the share as “Hold” for this analysis. The editorial team came to the conclusion that Novem -Luxembourg must be classified as “Hold” in terms of sentiment.
2. Sentiment and Buzz: A long-term view of communication on the Internet also makes an important contribution to evaluating a party. For the evaluation, we consider both criteria of the intensity of the discussion, i.e. the frequency of reporting, and the rate of change of attitude. Novem – Luxembourg showed interesting features in this analysis. Average discussion intensity as normal activity can be seen. This results in a “hold” rating. The rate of attitude change experienced little change during this period. From this, the editors draw a “Hold” rating. The bottom line is therefore a “Hold” rating.
3. Technical analysis: Trend-following indicators are intended to indicate whether a security is currently in an up or down trend (see Wikipedia). The moving average is one such indicator, we are looking at the 50 and 200 day moving averages here. First, let’s take a look at the long-term average over the last 200 trading days. This is currently EUR 9.59 for the Novem Luxembourg share. The last closing price (EUR 7.38) is therefore significantly lower (-23.04 percent deviation in comparison). On this basis, Novem -Luxembourg receives a “Sell” rating. Now a look at the shorter term 50-day average: For this (EUR 8.17), the last price also closed below the moving average (-9.67 percent deviation). That is why the Novem -Luxembourg share is also given a “sell” rating on this short-term basis. Overall, Novem -Luxembourg gives a “sell” rating based on trend-following indicators.
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