buying signal

buying signal

a statement by a BUYER which indicates that he or she is interested in buying.
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With Delphi stock outperforming yesterday despite posting an in-line Q4 and a 2019 outlook that could have been received negatively by the market, it may be a sign that the worst is behind us, Johnson tells investors in a post-earnings research note titled "Buying signal emerges." With Q1 likely to mark the bottom in earnings for Delphi and "plenty of self-help improvement potential in the pipeline," the market is starting to price in the beginnings of a normalized earnings recovery story, the analyst contends.
In late May 2012 the indicator based on the pace of ADX dynamics combined with MACD in early June 2012 formed a buying signal. Trading volumes declined, while volatility increased.
News of conversion into common shares or a marked decline in quotes that will make the securities more attractive in terms of dividend yield could become buying signals.
But, when the Coppock indicator starts rising while the numbers are still negative, the buying signal it gives will be correct more than 90 per cent of the time.
It is important to recognize this form of rationalization as a buying signal so you can capitalize on it immediately.
There are a lot of words that suggest the feeling of hesitancy that goes with a spoken buying signal. When the prospects use words or phrases like these, be alert for a buying signal.
Look for buying signals. "A buying signal is anything a person will say or do to indicate that they are ready to buy," says Brooks.
When a buying signal is given by a prospective customer, you should immediately stop selling and start to close the sale.
Mazli, therefore, urged PNB to decide buying signals based on studies and proper evaluations without any elements of bailing out large-scale firms.
Second, when a prospect is exhibiting buying signals (i.e., checking her calendar to schedule a meeting), don't let her go.
By carefully listening to the customer, the salesperson can often identify important clues that are "buying signals." These buying signals tell you where the customer is in their thought process and suggest that it may be a good time to attempt a.
Chances are you are so concerned with what you are selling that you fail to read people and also fail to notice their buying signals.