As of January 5, 2023, 11:26 PM, Sensata shares are trading at $41.89 on the New York Home Exchange. Sensata belongs to the “Electrical Components and Equipment” segment.
Our analysts rated Sensata based on 8 criteria. Each criterion defines a “buy”, “hold” or “sell” rating. The overall assessment comes from the individual results of this analysis.
1. Fundamental: The lower a stock’s price/earnings (P/E) ratio, the cheaper it appears at first glance. Growth stocks tend to have higher P/E ratios. With a score of 13.22, Sensata is below the industry average. The exact gap is currently 72 percent with an average P/E for the electrical equipment industry of 47.63. Due to the relatively low price/earnings ratio, the stock can be described as “cheap” and therefore receives a “buy” based on fundamental criteria.
2. Sentiment and Buzz: Sensata has seen a clear shift in sentiment to the positive over the past few weeks. A change of mood occurs when the mass of social media market participants, which form the basis of this assessment, have a tendency towards particularly positive or negative topics. Since positive anomalies have been recorded at Sensata in this regard, we rate this criterion with “Buy”. In terms of the strength of the argument, or in other words, the variation in the number of seats, no significant differences could be identified. We honor this with a “Hold” rating. In summary, Sensata gets a “buy” for this tier.
3. Sector Comparison Share Price: Compared to the average annual performance of shares in the same sector (“industry”), Sensata falls more than 97% with a return of -34.71%. The “Electrical Equipment” branch achieved an average return of 58.31% over the last 12 months. Here, too, Sensata is significantly lower at 93.02%. The stock’s performance over the past year translates into a “Sell” rating in this category.
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