This analysis deals with the Anfield Energy share, which is listed in the “Coal & Fuels” segment. The stock is trading at 0.08 CAD on its home exchange Venture at 07:26 on 10/09/2022.
Following a proven scheme, we have valued Anfield Energy at its current level. In doing so, the stock goes through an evaluation for 5 factors, each of which is given a “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell” rating. This results in an overall rating in the final step.
1. technical analysis: trend-following indicators are designed to show whether a security is currently in an upward or downward trend (see Wikipedia). The moving average is one such indicator, here we look at the 50 and 200-day moving averages. First, let’s take a look at the longer-term average over the last 200 trading days. For Anfield Energy shares, this is currently CAD 0.1.
The last closing price (0.08 CAD) is thus significantly lower (-20 percent deviation in comparison). On this basis, Anfield Energy thus receives a “sell” rating. Now a look at the shorter-term 50-day moving average: this is currently 0.08 CAD, so the last closing price is at a similar level (0 percent). This means that on this shorter-term analysis basis, the rating for Anfield Energy is different, with the stock receiving a “hold” rating. In sum, Anfield Energy is given a “hold” rating based on trend-following indicators.
Investor 2: The sentiment on social networks has been predominantly positive in recent days. For ten days, the sentiment barometer pointed to green, and negative discussions could not be recorded. For the most part, investors were neutral for a total of four days.
In the past one or two days, investors also increasingly talked about positive topics in relation to the company Anfield Energy. As a result, the editorial team rates the share a “buy”. In summary, this results in a “Buy” rating for investor sentiment.
Relative Strength Index: The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a well-known tool for technical analysis for assessing whether a stock is currently “overbought” or “oversold”. This puts price movements over time in relation to each other. We look at the RSI on a 7-day and on a 25-day basis for Anfield Energy.
Let’s start with the 7-day RSI, which is currently 54.55 points. This means that Anfield Energy is neither overbought nor -sold at the moment. Thus, the stock is rated as a “hold”. What about the 25-day RSI? Again, Anfield Energy is neither overbought nor -sold (value: 50), thus the stock also receives a “hold” rating for the RSI25. The bottom line is that Anfield Energy is rated “Hold” for this point of our analysis.
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