The Stellantis share is a recent stock resulting from the merger of the Fiat-Chrysler and PSA groups in 2021 but can be an interesting yield stock.
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Want to buy shares in Stellantis: Our key take-aways
Stock exchange: Euronext Paris
- Stock market index: CAC40
- Dividend for 2021: €0.32
- Dividend forecast for 2022: €1.04
- Performance over 1 year: -0.57%
Should I buy Stellantis stock?
Stellantis is an interesting stock to consider if you have a yield strategy.
The group pays an interesting dividend which was 0.32€ in 2021 and will rise to 1.04€ in 2022.
Moreover, the signals from the fundamental analysis as well as the analysts' consensus are positive and this stock could therefore gain in growth in the years to come.
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How can I buy shares in Stellantis ?
To buy Stellantis on the stock market:
- Find an online broker offering stock investments.
- Open your trading account by filling out a simple form.
- Deposit funds into your account.
- Search for the stock
- Place a buy order to add Stellantis to your stock portfolio.
How much are Stellantis shares?
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Why Stellantis shares could go up:
The macro and microeconomic data of the Stellantis group, which resulted from the merger of PSA Group and Fiat-Chrysler, shows strong points and therefore elements in favour of a rise in its stock price:
- A strong reputation: since the merger of PSA and Fiat-Chrysler, Stellantis has enjoyed a strong reputation throughout the world.
- Numerous vehicle brands: the group offers some 20 different car brands, making it one of the world's largest manufacturers.
- A strong position in electric vehicles: Stellantis is doing its utmost to meet the growing demand for electric vehicles by offering various models in this range.
- International presence: Stellantis Group is present in various countries and markets, which allows it to maximize its revenue sources and market share.
- Efficient productivity: With the merger of the two automotive groups, Stellantis now has strong productivity, which will undoubtedly improve its financial situation.
- Strategic growth opportunities: through further mergers or acquisitions of other companies in the industry, Stellantis has the opportunity to further accelerate its growth in the years to come.
- Strong communication: Finally, the Stellantis group relies heavily on its communication through all media. In particular, it has a strong presence on social networks and has set up a real exchange with potential customers of the PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler brands.
Why Stellantis shares could go down:
Of course, there are other elements, related to the weaknesses of the group, which may penalize the growth of Stellantis and have a negative effect on the share price of this company. Here are the main ones:
- A weak presence in China: the Stellantis group is still poorly represented in certain strategic markets such as China, which affects its balance.
- An electric vehicle market that is struggling to take off: although electric vehicles have a bright future ahead of them, the relatively high price of these cleaner vehicles is a major obstacle for consumers.
- Strong competition: Stellantis is currently ranked fourth among the world's largest carmakers, but has to contend with some major competitors such as Volkswagen, Toyota and Renault. This reduces its chances of gaining market share.
- Major investments: to remain at the cutting edge of technology and offer increasingly innovative vehicles, Stellantis is obliged to make major investments in R&D, which weighs on its profits.
- Additional production costs: the development and production of electric cars is almost 50% more expensive than combustion technology.
Can I buy Stellantis stock online?
Yes! You can buy Stellantis shares online. For many buys this is the best way to do it. Here's why:
- The commissions are lower
- You can choose your own investments
- You benefit from analysis and decision support tools
- You can invest in stocks directly or through derivatives like ETFs.
How can I sell my Stellantis shares?
If you plan to sell Stellantis shares without holding them, you will need to invest through a margin account as Canadian registered savings vehicles do not allow short selling.
If you have Stellantis shares that you wish to sell in your portfolio, you can do so by simply placing a sell order from your online brokerage platform.
Finally, you can use CFDs or options, which are derivative products that allow you to speculate on the decline of a security.
What investment vehicles in Canada can hold Stellantis stock?
Stellantis shares can be placed in several different savings vehicles including"
- RRSPs: these registered retirement savings plans offer funds that are accessible at the time of retirement and offer an income tax deferral.
- TFSAs: tax-free savings accounts is an incredibly popular short-and long-term tax-free investment vehicle.
- Margin accounts: This account offers leverage and allows you to borrow against the value of the securities you hold to make other investments. It allows you to sell short.
- Cash accounts: This account allows you to trade stocks on North American markets only.
It is possible to buy Stellantis, formerly PSA Group shares by placing a buy order from your brokerage platform.
You can also invest in a diversified portfolio of securities including Stellantis shares through mutual funds or ETFs.
Stellantis share price history over 10 years:
Stellantis dividends and payment dates
In 2021, the Stellantis group paid a dividend of €0.32 per share to its shareholders.
The group has paid its shareholders since 2020 without interruption and the PSA group was already paying a dividend before this merger.
The current dividend yield of Stellantis is therefore 2.22% and this dividend is paid in one time per year, in April.
The group has also recently indicated that it will pay a dividend of €1.04 per share in 2022.
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What is the dividend yield for Stellantis over the last 10 years?
The yield on Stellantis shares is obtained by dividing the annual dividend by the annual average price.
A stock's yield provides key information about a company's dividend policy and its evolution over time and performance.
Annual gross shareholder return = Total dividend for the year ÷ average share price for the same year
The 10-year average return = Sum of annual returns ÷ 10
What analysts are saying about Stellantis stock:
A critical analysis of Stellantis stock:
Fundamental analysis of the Stellantis share, formerly PSA Group, shows interesting signals over the long-term with the following indicators
- A solid financial position: in terms of its net cash position and margins, Stellantis Group shows significant financial strength.
- Attractive valuation: in terms of earnings multiples, the group is one of the most attractive companies on the market due to its low valuation. For 2022, the enterprise value to revenue ratio is 0.13.
- A cheap stock: the current stock price of this company, compared to its net book value, indicates that this stock is cheap.
- An attractive yield stock: Stellantis is a yield stock since the dividend is expected to increase this year. The company's earnings per share, as assessed by analysts, have been revised upwards several times over the past year.
- Positive recommendations: Analysts are currently positive on the stock's future with an average consensus of Buy or Overweight on the stock.
- High price target: There is a significant gap between the current price and the average analyst price target for this stock, suggesting significant upside potential. This target has also been revised upwards in recent months.
- Above-expectations publications: Stellantis Group most often publishes results that are above analysts' expectations.
- Divergent price targets: Finally, it should be noted that the price targets set by the various analysts are moving in different directions, which reflects a certain difficulty in evaluating the company.
A technical analysis of Stellantis stock:
Regarding the technical analysis of the Stellantis share price, formerly PSA Group, the long-term signals are neutral with the following indicators:
- The RSI is currently evolving at the level of 52.44, which sends a neutral signal on this stock.
- The short and medium-term stochastics are sending a buy signal on this stock while the longer term stochastic is sending an oversold signal.
- The MACD is currently at the 1.391 level, which is a buy signal for the stock.
- The MA5 and MA10 simple and exponential moving averages and the MA20 exponential average are sending a sell signal, while all other moving averages are sending a buy signal.
- The next technical resistances for Stellantis stock are located at 17.454 and 18.537 and the next supports are located at 15.46 and 14.549.
Who is Stellantis?
The Stellantis Group is a group that operates in the automotive manufacturing sector and was formed from the merger in January 2021 of the companies Fiat Chrysler Automobile NV and PSA Group. The group is currently one of the world's leading car manufacturers.
The activity of Stellantis is organized in different poles of which here are the details:
- Sales of passenger cars and commercial vehicles: with the brands Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Peugeot, Citroën, Opel, Vauxhall, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Ram and SRT.
- Sales of luxury vehicles: with the Maserati and DS Automobiles brands.
- Sales of automotive equipment: with interior systems, automotive seats, automotive exteriors, emission control systems and others.
- Sales financing services: for purchase, rental and leasing with after-sales services.
The geographical breakdown of the group's sales is as follows
- France for 24.3% of turnover
- Europe for 52.6% of turnover
- The Middle East and Africa for 5.6% of revenue
- North America for 5.5% of sales
- China for 4.4% of sales
- Eurasia for 0.9% of sales
- Latin America for 3.7% of sales
- India Pacific and South Asia for 3% of sales
Who are Stellantis’s competitors?
Stellantis is one of the most important car manufacturers in the world today, but it faces fierce competition from other major players in this sector, including:
- Volkswagen AG: This German car manufacturer markets vehicles under the Volkswagen, Audi, Seat, Cupra, Skoda, Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley, Ducati, Scania, MAN and JETTA brands. It also offers financing, leasing and fleet management services.
- Toyota: This company is a Japanese car manufacturer that ranks second in the world in terms of vehicle sales.
- Hyundai Motor Group: This South Korean company is the third largest car manufacturer in the world. It markets vehicles under the brands Hyundai Motor, Kia Motors or Hyundai Rotem.
- General Motors: This American car manufacturer is based in Detroit and used to own about 15 vehicle brands.
- Ford: This other American car manufacturer is also based in Detroit, Michigan, and ranks fifth in this ranking.
- Nissan Motor Company: this Japanese car manufacturer formerly known as Datsun has been linked to Renault since 1999 with the Renault-Nissan Alliance.
- Honda Motor: this car manufacturer also offers other types of vehicles such as motorcycles, quads, scooters, business aircraft, electric generators, boat engines and gardening and DIY equipment.
- Renault: this French car manufacturer is linked to Nissan and Mitsubishi and has production plants all over the world.
Who are Stellantis’s partners?
The Stellantis group can also count on the support of various partners of choice of which we propose to discover the main ones:
- Amazon: the group has set up a partnership with the giant Amazon in order to collaborate on the design of the Smart Cockpit software, an electronic platform that will be integrated into the various Stellantis brands by 2024.
- Foxconn: Another partnership has been signed with Foxconn in the connected vehicle sector. Stellantis has joined forces with this leading supplier of electronic components and mobile technologies to develop the cockpit of the car of the future.
- TotalEnergies: Stellantis and TotalEnergies have recently strengthened their existing partnership by renewing it for 5 years.
- Modex: Finally, Stellantis' Peugeot Sport subsidiary and Modex, a leading blockchain-based solutions company, have established a partnership for Peugeot's endurance race project. Modex will sponsor the new 9X8, a hybrid concept car from Peugeot.