Reliance Industries share: Open your eyes! ()

Reliance Industries, a company from the “Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing” market, is currently (as of 02:00 a.m.) trading very strongly at INR 59.8 (+3957.86 percent), the company’s home stock exchange is Natl India.

Our team of analysts has analyzed Reliance Industries based on this market valuation. A total of 7 factors lead to the individual assessments as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. From this, an overall assessment is determined in the last step.

1. Dividend: The relationship between the dividend and the current share price is usually given as the dividend yield. The value can be subject to daily fluctuations and is therefore a dynamically changing indicator. With a dividend yield of 0.28 percent, Reliance Industries is currently below the industry average. The “Oil Gas & Fuel Consumption” industry has a score of 7.08, which results in a difference of -6.8 percent to Reliance Industries stock. Based on this result, the editors give the stock a “sell” rating for its dividend policy.

2. Fundamental: The lower a stock’s price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, the cheaper it appears at first glance. Growth stocks tend to have higher P/E ratios. With a score of 16.3, Reliance Industries is below the industry average. The exact gap is currently 27 percent with an average P/E for the “Oil Gas & Fuel Consumption” industry of 22.33. Due to the relatively low price-earnings ratio, the stock can be described as “cheap” and therefore receives a “buy” on the basis of fundamental criteria.

3. Sector comparison Share price: Compared to the average annual performance of shares from the same sector (“Energy”), Reliance Industries is more than 14 percent below with a return of 23.36 percent. The “Oil Gas & Fuel Consumption” industry has an average return of 37.53 percent over the past 12 months. Here, too, Reliance Industries is significantly lower with 14.17 percent. The stock’s performance over the past year results in a “Sell” rating in this category.

Buy, Hold or Sell Reliance Industries?

How will Reliance Industries develop now? Is an entry worthwhile or should investors rather sell? Find out the answers to these questions and why you need to act now in the latest Reliance Industries analysis.

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