Analysts rate Silvercorp Metals positively
Of the 3 analyst ratings in the last twelve months for Silvercorp Metals stock, 1 rating is “Buy”, 2 is “Hold” and 0 is “Sell”. This means on average a “hold” rating for the security. No analyst updates for Silvercorp Metals from last month. Average CAD 7.3 is calculated from the given target prices. This means the stock is likely to climb 116.62 percent from the last close (CAD 3.37). The resulting recommendation is “Buy”. Overall, Silvercorp Metals receives a “buy” rating from analysts.
A positive sign from the RSI
The Relative Strength Index, or RSI for short, indexes the movements of a stock’s price over a 7-day period, relating the movements upward to the number of movements. The norm ranges from 0 to 100. The RSI for Silvercorp Metals is 18.37, indicating oversold. This gives a “Buy” rating. The RSI25 extends the calculation period to 25 days. The RSI for Silvercorp Metals hovers at 53.41. This is considered an indicator of an overbought and oversold condition to which a “hold” is assigned. Overall, we therefore assign this category a “Buy” rating.
What do the shareholders of Silvercorp Metals think?
There have been no clear changes in the way Silvercorp Metals communicates on social media in the last few weeks. There has been no fundamental shift towards overly positive or negative discussions. Therefore, the shares receive a “Hold” rating from the editorial office. The intensity or, simply put, the frequency of contributions to shares indicates whether the enterprise is currently of investor interest. Silvercorp Metals has been discussed much less than usual and interest is declining. This gives a “sell” rating. Overall, this gives the action a “sell” rating.
How does chart analysis evaluate the price?
Trend follower indicators show whether a hedge is currently in an uptrend or a downtrend (see Wikipedia). The Moving Average is one such indicator, we are looking at the 50 and 200 day moving averages here. First, let’s look at the long-term average over the last 200 trading days. The Silvercorp Metals stock is currently CAD 4.36. The last closing price (CAD 3.37) is therefore significantly lower (a deviation of -22.71% compared to). On this basis, Silvercorp Metals receives a “sell” rating. Looking now at the short term 50-day moving average for this value (CAD 3.35), the latest close is close to the moving average (+0.6 percent). So, in this case, Silvercorp Metals shares have a different rating, namely “Hold”. Overall, Silvercorp Metals is rated ‘hold’ based on trend-following indicators.
Should investors sell immediately? Or maybe it’s worth joining Silvercorp Metals?
Silvercorp Metals: Investors are in a great mood
A look at the social media discussion shows the following picture: In recent days, market participants have been generally positive about Silvercorp Metals. There were a total of seven positive days and two negative days. There was no clear direction for five days. The latest news from the last day or two about the company is also mostly positive. Therefore, based on our sentiment analysis, Silvercorp Metals receives a “buy” rating. Overall, Silvercorp Metals receives a “buy” rating from its editors for investor sentiment.
Can stocks compete with the market?
Silvercorp Metals has hit -48.87 percent in the last 12 months. Similar stocks in the metals and mining industries rose by an average of 21.41 percent, and Silvercorp Metals underperformed by -70.29 percent. The Materials sector recorded a median return of 21.41 percent over the past year. Silvercorp Metals was 70.29 percent below the average. Poor results in both industry and sector comparisons lead to a “Sell” rating in this category.
Is it worth buying shares because of the dividend?
Dividend income measures the ratio of dividends to the current share price and is usually expressed as a percentage. The current dividend yield for Silvercorp Metals is 0.92 percent based on the price level, and 0.16 percent is only slightly above the median (0.76) for this share. Therefore, our analysts give Silvercorp Metals a “Hold” rating for this dividend policy.
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