The price of American International Group, Inc. (NYSE:AIG) over the past year has decreased -6.50% while the S&P 500 has increased 18.74%. During the past 20 days, AIG has decreased -3.38% while the broad market has increased 1.77%. AIG ‘s 20-day moving average currently sits above its 100-day moving average. This is a bullish signal that suggests the stock price might continue to rise. AIG’s average trading volume during the past 20 days is higher than the average volume over the past 100 days, which could be an indication that investors are feeling more certain than usual about the direction of AIG’s future price movements.
Recent trading patterns in the stock of American International Group, Inc. (AIG) have investors on high alert. Analysts often look at historical trading patterns to predict a stock’s future performance. In the case of AIG, the data might be telling investors a thing or two about where the stock is headed. In the most recent quarter, institutional ownership increased by a net of 15.55 million shares, or 1.98%.This is a bullish sign and indicates that institutions are feeling more optimistic about the outlook for AIG overall.344 holders increased their positions, 467 decreased their positions, and 143 holders held their positions.
Among institutions that increased their positions, 75 were new positions. Among holders that decreased their positions, 82 sold out of the stock American International Group, Inc.. Insider ownership during the latest quarter decreased by a net of 0 shares, indicating that AIG’s key executives are feeling more bearish about the stock than they did three months ago. 1 or 50% of the trades during the past quarter were buys, and 1 or 50% were sells. Insider ownership during the last year has decreased by a net of 75237 shares. 13.04% of insider trades in the last 12 months were buys, and 86.96% were sells.
American International Group, Inc. (NYSE:AIG) has a 20-day RSI of 43.23%. According to this momentum indicator, a reading between 30 and 70 suggests the stock is not especially cheap or expensive, and not on the brink of a trend reversal. The MACD tells a different story. AIG’s 9-day MACD currently sits above the 20-day MACD, indicating that AIG’s downside momentum has increased during the last three weeks. This suggests that the trend will likely continue. AIG’s average trading volatility during the past few weeks is -20.8% lower than the average volatility over the past 100 days. This means that the stock’s daily price swings have been less extreme in recent times compared to the past.
Analysts expect American International Group, Inc. (AIG) to generate earnings per share of $2.76 in 2017. This works out to a decrease of -23.76% compared to last year’s earnings. For comparison’s sake, analysts expect the S&P 500 to grow earnings by an average of 12% in 2017. The average investment rating for AIG on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 being a strong sell and 5 being a strong buy) is a 3.43 or a Hold. Three months ago, analysts assigned AIG a 3.73 rating, which implies that analysts have become more pessimistic about the outlook for the stock over the next year.