Stock Trend Analysis Report
Prepared for you on Monday, May 25, 2020.
Royal Bank Of Scotland (NYSE:RBS)
Long-Term Downtrend (-90) - RBS is in a strong downtrend that is likely to continue. While RBS is showing intraday strength, it remains in the confines of a bearish trend. Traders should use caution and set stops.
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MarketClub’s Trade Triangles for RBS
The long-term trend has been DOWN since Feb 18th, 2020 at 5.45
The intermediate-term trend has been DOWN since Feb 14th, 2020 at 5.61
The short-term trend has been DOWN since May 21st, 2020 at 2.59
Smart Scan Analysis for RBS
Based on our trend formula, RBS is rated as a -90 on a scale from -100 (Strong Downtrend) to +100 (Strong Uptrend).
|Year High||8.74||Year High Date||2018-01-26|
|Year Low||5.43||Year Low Date||2018-11-20|
|52wk High||7.05||52wk High Date||2019-12-16|
|52wk Low||2.5||52wk Low Date||2020-03-20|
|Year End Close||10.79||Average Volume||3,590,570|
|Shares Outstanding||3,035,000||Short Interest||1,342,342|
|% Institutional||0.4||Market Cap||29,986M|