In the previous article, we examined Wall Street analysts’ latest recommendations for AT&T (T) stock. The majority of analysts are currently suggesting “holds” on the company.
Now let’s take a look at AT&T’s technical indicators and compare them to those of its competitors in the telecommunications space. RSI (relative strength index) scores and moving averages are the two most often used technical indicators.
A stock’s short-term moving average being lower than its long-term moving average implies technical weakness and negative investor sentiment. AT&T’s 20-day moving average of $32.19 is lower than its 100-day moving average of $34.05, indicating technical weakness.
100-day moving averages
Relative strength index scores
A stock’s 14-day RSI level is measured on a scale of 0–100, with a 14-day RSI score of lower than 30 indicating that the stock is oversold and a 14-day RSI score of higher than 70 indicating that it is overbought.
On July 12, AT&T had a 14-day RSI score of 59. Meanwhile, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile had 14-day RSI scores of 64, 71, and 59, respectively.
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