Technical Analysis Under Focus: Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc (LON:AAS)

Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc (LON:AAS)

Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc (LON:AAS) negotiated the trading capacity of 147941 shares and observing the average volume of last three months the stock traded 27523 shares. The Stock has relative volume of 5.38. In addition to price, analysts use volume trends to predict future performance. The level of trading activity in a stock is often a good proxy for the level of interest and enthusiasm for the name within the investment community.

Every trading session discloses different movements and trends about Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc (LON:AAS) stock. Currently we observed the different factors that reported on Tuesday session. Active investor focuses on important indicators those changes daily in trading session that includes where the Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc (LON:AAS) stock price change moved UP, DOWN or UNCHNAGE? What is market trading price of stock? How much shares are traded? What is market worth of stock? What technical say? How much stock is volatile?

Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc (LON:AAS) stock price is settled at GBX 1085 in recent trading activity. Having a look at the daily price change trend and size of price movement it is noted that AAS spotted a performance behavior with drift of 0% or GBX 0points. The stock has market cap of GBX 485057032.64.

AAS stock has recorded the 200-day MA of 862.035075. Tracking current stock price levels in relation to some other popular moving averages, we have noted that the stock spotted 50-day MA of GBX 918.11. Taking a wider observation, one year high is seen at GBX 1093.8 and the one year low is presently at GBX 11.6582.

Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc stock gained attention from Investors. Active investors purchase investments and continuously monitor their activity in order to exploit profitable conditions. Active investing is highly involved. Unlike passive investors, who invest in a stock when they believe in its potential for long-term appreciation, active investors will typically look at the price movements of their stocks many times a day. Typically, active investors are seeking short-term profits. Active investing is an investment strategy involving ongoing buying and selling actions by the investor typically for no more than one day.

Shares are now at 8742.705786% over the past year and five years performance pointed at 11809.989023%. The stock dispatched 4.326923% performance during the quarter. In the last month, the price performed 4.578313%. Contracting the focus on performance, delivered a move of 1.401869% over the last week.

The stock has a beta of 0.158347 compared to a beta of 1 for the market, which implies that the stock’s price movements are less extreme than the market as a whole. The stock therefore has below average level of market risk. The average true range percent (ATRP 14) of stock is 12.72%. ATRP measures volatility on a relative level.

The average directional index (ADX) stands at 5.98. ADX is a technical analysis metric. Analysts use it to determine the relative strength of a trend, with the direction of the trend either upwards or downwards. The ADX identifies a strong positive trend when the ADX is over 25 and a weak trend when the ADX is below 20. The Relative Strength Index, a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements. The RSI oscillates between zero and 100. Traditionally the RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when below 30. Presently RSI is 53.03.

Money flow index of this stock is 88.11. MFI, a momentum indicator that oscillates between 1 to 100. It helps to determine whether a stock in the overbought or oversold. A value of 80 or more is considered overbought, a value of 20 or less oversold.

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    Daniel Johnson studied a business degree majoring in finance and security analysis. He has a deep understanding of both technical and fundamental forms of analysis, he deeply believes that it makes a lot more sense for average investors to understand fundamental analysis, which he believes anyone can learn. Daniel has over 10 years of experience as a professional journalist, writer and an editor. He holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business from University of Melbourne. He writes articles about hot stocks, dividend growth investing, options trading, investment decisions, stock selection, portfolio management, and passive income generation. Daniel primarily reports on Hot Stocks category. Email Contact:

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