Thomas Cook shares: Important to know!
Thomas Cook has become a bit more stable recently. The stock has been able to breathe a little bit of fresh air over the past few days. Nevertheless, a steep comeback, as some analysts or investors would wish for this share, is hardly conceivable. Rather, the signs indicate that it will presumably go down significantly. In the past four weeks alone, the value has had to accept a discount of 69%. Besides, share prices have fallen by 84% in the past three months.
Analysts say that investors should exercise the utmost caution. After all, the price of the value has now reached the lowest point of all time. Even if the prices have not fallen as quickly as before, the omens are still negative. Recovery could be announced only if the mark of 5 cents is maintained in the long term. However, from the point of view of the chart technical analysts, the selling impulses are currently so predominant that a turnaround hardly seems possible.
Even technically oriented analysts see the chance of an upswing in this share as minimal. The GD200 was more than 20% away. That means the sales impulses are therefore too clear.
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