DWS Group Sharing: What You Should Know

At each stage, the company receives a buy, hold or sell rating. This results in a final weighting for the overall score.

1. Technical analysis: trend-following indicators aim to show whether a security is currently in an uptrend or downtrend (see Wikipedia). The moving average is one such indicator, and 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. For Dws & Share, this is currently €35.32. So the last closing price (32.6 euros) is much lower (-7.7 percent deviation in comparison). On this basis, Dws & receives a “sell” rating. Now take a look at the 50-day average in the shorter term: for this value (€32.52), the last closing price is close to the moving average (+0.25 percent). In this case, Dws & share are rated differently, i.e. ‘Hold’ rated. Generally, Dws & is given a “Comment” rating based on trend-tracking indicators.

2. Industry comparison stock price: The stock has made a return of -6.19% over the past year. Compared to stocks from the same sector (“financial”), Dws & 556.87 percent is below average (550.67 percent). The average annual return for securities from the same branch of “Capital Markets” is 809.39 percent. Dws & is currently 815.59 percent below this value. Due to the poor performance, we classify the stock at this level as “Sell”.


3. Dividend: Based on current prices, Dws & Dws pays out a dividend of 5.95% compared to the average for the capital markets segment, which is 0.91 percentage points higher than the usual rate of 5.04%. So the potential incremental profit is slightly higher and results in a “Hold” rating.

4. Analyst Rating: Out of a total of 3 analyst ratings for Dws and Share from the past 12 months, 3 ratings are ‘Buy’, 0 ‘Hold’ and 0 ‘Sell’. On average, this means a “buy” rating for a security. There are no analyst updates for Dws & from last month. An average of €45.23 is calculated from the set target price. This means that the stock could rise by 38.75% from its last closing price (32.6 euros). The resulting recommendation is “Buy”. In short, Dws & receives a “buy” rating from analysts.

5. Relative Strength Index: Based on the RSI, Dws and stocks are a pending stock. The indicator measures the rise and fall of different periods (seven-day RSI7, 25-day RSI25) and assigns them a number between 0 and 100. For Dws and stocks, the RSI7 comes in at 28.93, which has a “buy” rating, and the RSI is 25 at 49.59, which has a conditional “Hold” rating. This general arrangement results in a “buy” at the RSI level.


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6. Sentiment and Noise: Dws & has not seen any significant change in sentiment over the past few weeks. The change in mood occurs when the audience of market participants in social media, which forms the basis of this assessment, is inclined towards particularly positive or negative topics. Since no anomalies have been recorded in Dws and in this regard, we classify this criterion as “Hold”. In terms of the strength of the discussion, or in other words, the change in the number of posts, no significant differences can be identified. We reward this with a “Hold” rating. In short, Dws and thus you get a “reservation” for that level.

7. Fundamental: The lower the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of a stock, the cheaper it appears at first glance. Growth stocks tend to have higher P/E ratios. With a value of 8.62, Dws & is below the industry average. The actual gap is currently 96 percent with an average P/E of 237.79 for the Capital Markets branch. Due to the relatively low price-earnings ratio, the stock can be described as “cheap” and therefore receives a “buy” on the basis of the underlying criteria.

8. Investors: In addition to hard factors like balance sheet data, stock prices can also be evaluated using soft factors like sentiment. Our analysts looked at Dws and social platforms and measured that feedback/results were mostly positive. Additionally, social media users about Dws & have mainly picked positive topics in the past day or two. For this analysis, the stake is given a “buy” rating. Moreover, this analysis has been enriched by looking at the trading signals. There are three specifically calculated signals available (2 “Buy”, 1 “Sell”), which results in a “Buy” assessment at the level of the trading signal. With this, the editors came to the conclusion that Dws & should be classified as a “buy” in terms of sentiment.

As a result, Dws & share (taken as a whole across all eight factors evaluated) receives a “hold” rating.

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