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This analysis deals with the Verizon Communications stock, which is included in the "Integrated Telecommunications Services" segment. The share will be listed on May 3, 2021, 12:21 a.m. on its home stock exchange in New York at USD 57.79.

We have rated Verizon Communications at the current level according to a tried and tested scheme. The share is evaluated for 8 factors, each of which is given the rating "Buy", "Hold" or "Sell". In the last step, this results in an overall assessment.

1. Relative Strength Index: The Relative Strength Index, abbreviated as RSI, indexes the movements of stock prices within 7 days by relating the upward movements to the number of movements. The standard range is from 0 to 100. The RSI of Verizon Communications is 55.26, which means that the situation is viewed as neither overbought nor -sold. This results in a "hold" rating. The RSI25 extends the calculation period to 25 days. The RSI for Verizon Communications is hovering at 47.77. This is an indicator of a neither overbought nor overbought situation to which a "hold" is assigned. Overall, we therefore assign the "Hold" rating to this category.

2. Investors: Investor sentiment is an important indicator of sentiment for assessing a share. Most recently, the Verizon Communications share was also the focus of discussions on social media. Above all and mostly negative opinions were published. However, in the past few days, the opinion market has not dealt with either positive or negative issues relating to Verizon Communications. This fact triggers a "sell" rating overall. Further studies and investigations of the communicative activities show on the analytical side that "sell" signals in particular were given. There were three signals (3 sell, 0 buy). The bottom line is therefore a "sell" signal overall at this level. In summary, the analysis of investor sentiment results in an overall rating of "Sell".

3. Technical analysis: Verizon Communications is now at USD 57.79, +1.33 percent from the moving average of the past 50 days, the GD50. This leads to the short term "hold" assessment. On the basis of the past 200 days, however, the classification is "Hold", since the distance to the GD200 is -0.6 percent. In this respect, from a technical chart point of view, we rate the share as a "hold" for both periods.

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