S&P 500 (SPX) Overbought stocks


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Some investors like to look for stocks that have attracted too much attention in the market and have been bought in the market to the extent that buyers are increasingly scarce. Market participants call this condition overbought. It is broadly defined when a relative-strength indicator (RSI) is above 70. Finscreener.org ranks stocks by their RSI and shows investors which names have been trading hot in the market. Stocks that are overbought could present selling opportunities. Output for this tool includes the RSI score as well as the stock price, MACD, volume, 52-week high as well as the percentage change in the stock form 1-month to 1-year. It is also possible to filter data to find exactly what you are looking for. Filters include the market, market cap, sector, industry, and country. It is also possible to filter by pre-set ratios such as PE ratio or asset turnover. If you cannot view these filters, try clicking the “down arrow” in the upper right of the screen to reveal them. It is also possible to explore the 6 different markets shown at the bottom of the page under “See Also”. Finally, clicking on the “hand icon” in the upper right allows registered users to reset, save, export, import and backtest ideas.

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