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Las Vegas Sands
LVS68
$41.13arrow_drop_down0.67%-$0.28
S&P500
Asset logo for symbol LVS
LVS68

$41.13

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Technical Indicators

NameValueActioninfoPnL (10y)Last upd.
RSI44.60Neutral16.5%43 days ago
MACD-0.30Neutral-39.3%43 days ago
CCI-106.08Buy-99.8%43 days ago
ADX6.66Neutral-48.4%43 days ago
ATR6.76Buy-43 days ago
WILLR-92.51Buy11.2%43 days ago
ROC-18.57Neutral-14.3%43 days ago
STOCHRSI0.00Buy38.0%43 days ago
Indicator Ratings

Buy / Hold

Buy
4
50%
Hold
4
50%
Sell
0
0%
Ratings from: June
Total: 8
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Balanced or Uncertain
This suggests that the technical indicators do not strongly favor either a buying or selling stance. In such cases, investors may need to rely on additional fundamental or market analysis to make a well-informed decision.

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) Technical Analysis

Las Vegas Sands Corp (LVS) is a global resort and casino company that operates numerous properties in Las Vegas and around the world. When it comes to technical analysis, there are several key indicators that investors should consider. One such indicator is the relative strength index (RSI), which measures the speed and change of price movements. A high RSI suggests that a stock may be overbought, while a low RSI may indicate oversold conditions. For LVS, the RSI is an important tool for assessing the stock's momentum and potential reversals.

Another useful technical indicator for LVS is the average directional index (ADX), which measures the strength of a trend. A high ADX indicates a strong trend, while a low ADX suggests a weak trend. By analyzing the ADX, investors can determine whether LVS is in a strong uptrend or downtrend, and adjust their trading strategies accordingly. Additionally, the moving average convergence divergence (MACD) is a popular indicator for assessing the momentum of a stock. The MACD consists of two lines: the MACD line and the signal line. When the MACD line crosses above the signal line, it is considered a bullish signal, while a crossover below the signal line is bearish. By analyzing the MACD, investors can identify potential buying or selling opportunities for LVS.

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What are the technical signals for Las Vegas Sands (LVS) stock based on the last 30 days?

The technical analysis for Las Vegas Sands (LVS), using 8 key indicators (RSI, MACD, CCI, ADX, ATR, WILLR, ROC, STOCHRSI) over the last 30 days, reveals: 4 technical buy signals, including CCI, ATR, WILLR, and STOCHRSI. There are 0 technical sell indicators at this time. 4 technical hold signals, associated with RSI, MACD, ADX, and ROC. This analysis was last updated 2024 Jun 10.

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