For the Bank Of Montreal share from the “Diversified Banks” segment, a price of CAD 96.77 will be listed on the local Toronto Stock Exchange on November 29, 2020, 10:00 am.
Our team of analysts provided Bank Of Montreal with an analysis of the market based on this assessment. A total of 8 factors lead to the individual assessments as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. From this, an overall assessment is determined in the last step.
1. Relative Strength Index: The Relative Strength Index (RSI for short) compares the upward and downward movements of an underlying asset over time and is therefore a good indicator of overbought or underbought stocks. The RSI for the last 7 days for the Bank Of Montreal stock has a value of 10.94. On this basis, the share is oversold and receives a “Buy” rating. We now compare the 7-day RSI with the value of the RSI on a 25-day basis (18.26). Here, too, Bank Of Montreal is oversold (value: 18.26), so the share also receives a “Buy” rating for the RSI25. All in all, the RSI assessment results in a “Buy” rating for Bank Of Montreal.
2. Technical Analysis: The Bank Of Montreal’s 200-day line (GD200) is currently trading at CAD 76.46. This gives the share the “Buy” rating, insofar as the share price went out of trading at CAD 96.77 and thus built a gap of +26.56 percent. The ratio is different compared to the moving average rate for the past 50 days. The GD50 is currently at a level of 84.49 CAD. This in turn corresponds to the current difference of +14.53 percent for the Bank Of Montreal share and thus a “buy” signal. The overall result based on the two periods is therefore “Buy”.
3. Fundamental: The price-earnings ratio (P / E) is an important figure for assessing the earning power and development of a company in comparison to one or more others. At Bank Of Montreal, the current PER is 12.86. Comparable companies from the “commercial banks” sector have an average PER of 11.95. From a fundamental point of view, Bank Of Montreal is overvalued as of today. The stock therefore received a “Sell” rating in this category from the editorial staff.
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