Technical Analysis for CG - The Carlyle Group L.P.

Grade Last Price % Change Price Change
grade A 26.02 -0.15% -0.04
CG closed down 0.15 percent on Tuesday, September 17, 2019, on 64 percent of normal volume. The stock exhibited some range contraction during this trading session as price made an NR7 -- narrowest range of the last seven sessions. The bulls were able to push the stock to a new 52-week high. Note that the stock is in overbought territory based on its Slow Stochastic indicator (14, 3, 3) -- sideways movement or a pullback should not be unexpected.

Trend Table & Recent Signals
ADX Long-Term Intermediate-Term Short-Term
Weak or Absent Up Up Up
See historical CG trend table...

Date Alert Name Type % Chg
Narrow Range Bar Range Contraction 0.00%
NR7 Range Contraction 0.00%
Doji - Bearish? Reversal 0.00%
New 52 Week High Strength 0.00%
Overbought Stochastic Strength 0.00%
New 52 Week Closing High Bullish -0.15%
Pocket Pivot Bullish Swing Setup -0.15%
Upper Bollinger Band Walk Strength -0.15%
Inside Day Range Contraction -0.15%
Overbought Stochastic Strength -0.15%

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The Carlyle Group is an investment firm specializing in direct and fund of fund investments. Within direct investments, it specializes in management-led buyouts, privatizations, divestitures, strategic minority equity investments, structured credit, global distressed and corporate opportunities, small and middle market, equity private placements, consolidations and buildups, senior debt, mezzanine and leveraged finance, and venture and growth capital financings, seed/startup, early venture, emerging growth, turnaround, mid venture, late venture, PIPES. The firm typically invests in agriculture, aerospace, defense, automotive, consumer, retail, industrial, infrastructure, energy, power, healthcare, software, technology, systems, real estate, financial services, transportation, business services, telecommunications, media, and logistics sectors. Within the industrial sector, the firm invests in manufacturing, building products, packaging, chemicals, metals and mining, forestry and paper products, and industrial consumables and services. In consumer and retail sectors, it invests in food and beverage, retail, restaurants, consumer products, domestic consumption, consumer services, personal care products, direct marketing, and education. Within aerospace, defense, business services, and government services sectors, it seeks to invest in defense electronics, manufacturing and services, government contracting and services, information technology, distribution companies. In telecommunication and media sectors, it invests in cable TV, directories, publishing, entertainment and content delivery services, wireless infrastructure/services, fixed line networks, satellite services, broadband and Internet, and infrastructure. Within real estate, the firm invests in office, hotel, industrial, retail, for sale residential, student housing, hospitality, multifamily residential, homebuilding and building products, and senior living sectors. The firm seeks to hold its investments for four to six years. In the healthcare sector, it invests in healthcare services, outsourcing services, companies running clinical trials for pharmaceutical companies, managed care, pharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical related services, healthcare IT, medical, products, and devices. It seeks to invest in companies based in Sub-Saharan focusing on Angola, Angola, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and North Africa and South Africa focusing on Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe; Asia focusing on Pakistan, India, South East Asia, Korea, and Japan; Australia; Europe focusing on France, Italy, Denmark, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, and Russia; Middle East focusing on Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and UAE; North America focusing on United States; and South America focusing on Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Peru. The firm seeks to invest in food, financial, and healthcare industries in Western China. In the real estate sector, the firm seeks to invest in various locations across Europe focusing on France and Central Europe, United States, Asia focusing on China, and Latin America. It typically invests between $5 million and $50 million for venture investments and between $50 million and $1 billion for buyouts in companies with enterprise value of between $37.15 million and $1000 million and sales value of $10 million and $500 million. It typically holds its investments for three to five years. Within automotive and transportation sectors, the firm seeks to hold its investments in for four to six years. While investing in Japan, it does not invests in companies with more than 1,000 employees and prefers companies worth between $100 million and $150 million . The firm originates, structures, and acts as lead equity investor in the transactions. The Carlyle Group was founded in 1987 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia with additional offices across North America, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
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Is CG a Buy, Sell or Hold?
Indicator Bull Case Neutral / Hold Bear Case
50 DMA
200 DMA
ADX Trend
Oversold / Overbought
Relative Strength
Summary: Counts: 3 bullish, 0 bearish and 2 neutral indicators. You may wish to incorporate that into your trading strategies.
Indicator Value
52 Week High 26.2
52 Week Low 15.09
Average Volume 1,281,417
200-Day Moving Average 20.2487
50-Day Moving Average 23.5218
20-Day Moving Average 23.7075
10-Day Moving Average 24.978
Average True Range 0.8419
ADX 20.21
+DI 28.4197
-DI 13.7594
Chandelier Exit (Long, 3 ATRs ) 23.6743
Chandelier Exit (Short, 3 ATRs ) 23.5657
Upper Bollinger Band 26.5983
Lower Bollinger Band 20.8167
Percent B (%b) 0.9
BandWidth 24.387219
MACD Line 0.8267
MACD Signal Line 0.4973
MACD Histogram 0.3294
Fundamentals Value
Market Cap 2.37 Billion
Num Shares 91.1 Million
EPS 0.43
Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio 60.51
Price-to-Sales 0.64
Price-to-Book 4.03
PEG Ratio 0.13
Dividend 1.18
Dividend Yield 4.53%
Pivot Point Level Traditional / Classic Fibonacci Demark Woodie Camarilla
Resistance 4 (R4) 26.49
Resistance 3 (R3) 26.49 26.35 26.41
Resistance 2 (R2) 26.35 26.23 26.34 26.38
Resistance 1 (R1) 26.18 26.16 26.11 26.18 26.36
Pivot Point 26.04 26.04 26.00 26.03 26.04
Support 1 (S1) 25.87 25.92 25.80 25.87 25.68
Support 2 (S2) 25.73 25.85 25.72 25.66
Support 3 (S3) 25.56 25.73 25.63
Support 4 (S4) 25.56