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Visa
V
70
$274.98arrow_drop_down0.47%-$1.31
High Quality
S&P500

Technical Indicators

NameValueActioninfoPnL (10y)Last upd.
auto_graphRSI63.20Neutral-14 days ago
auto_graphMACD17.50Neutral69.8%14 days ago
auto_graphCCI71.33Neutral8.5%14 days ago
auto_graphADX28.80Neutral117.5%14 days ago
auto_graphATR19.28Buy-14 days ago
auto_graphWILLR-21.35Neutral40.1%14 days ago
auto_graphROC11.89Neutral13.9%14 days ago
auto_graphSTOCHRSI3.17Buy251.3%14 days ago
Indicator Ratings

Hold

Buy
2
25%
Hold
6
75%
Sell
0
0%
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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.

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Visa (V) Technical Analysis

Visa Inc. (V) is a leading global payment technology company that enables businesses and individuals to make secure and seamless transactions. As a key player in the financial services industry, Visa is constantly monitored by investors and traders who rely on technical analysis to make informed decisions. Technical analysis is the study of historical price and volume data to predict future price movements. By analyzing various indicators, traders can identify potential opportunities and trends in the stock market.

When it comes to Visa Inc., several technical indicators can provide valuable insights. One such indicator is the Relative Strength Index (RSI), which measures the speed and change of price movements. A high RSI value indicates overbought conditions, while a low RSI value suggests oversold conditions. Another indicator is the Average Directional Index (ADX), which helps determine the strength of a trend. A higher ADX reading indicates a stronger trend, while a lower reading suggests a weaker trend. The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is also commonly used in technical analysis. It compares two moving averages to identify potential buy or sell signals. A positive MACD value indicates a bullish signal, while a negative value suggests a bearish signal. Additionally, the Rate of Change (ROC) indicator measures the percentage change in price over a specific period. It helps identify potential turning points and the strength of a trend. The Stochastic Relative Strength Index (STOCHRSI) combines the stochastic oscillator and RSI to provide more accurate buy and sell signals. Lastly, the Williams %R (WILLR) indicator measures overbought and oversold conditions. A value above -20 suggests overbought conditions, while a value below -80 indicates oversold conditions.

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What are the technical signals for Visa (V) stock based on the last 30 days?

The technical analysis for Visa (V), using 8 key indicators (RSI, MACD, CCI, ADX, ATR, WILLR, ROC, STOCHRSI) over the last 30 days, reveals: 2 technical buy signals, including ATR and STOCHRSI. There are 0 technical sell indicators at this time. 6 technical hold signals, associated with RSI, MACD, CCI, ADX, WILLR, and ROC. This analysis was last updated 2024 Jun 10.

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