Below is our overbought/oversold program run on the Dow 30 members. We also include the Birinyi money flow scores (that you can learn more about at www.birinyi.com). The general way we use this file is to look for stocks that have positive money flow scores that are oversold or negative money flow scores that are overbought. We code over 1500 stocks each week based on money flows and give them a score from one to ten. Stocks that score eight or better are "buys" based on money flows while stocks that score four or less are "sells". So below we see that GE, GM, and VZ are all trading at or below the bottom of their trading range and have a money flow "buy" rating. These are stocks where we believe the risk/reward favors the reward side at the moment. On the other hand, MSFT is overbought and has a money flow "sell" rating. We run this program every morning on the S&P 500 and the Mid Cap 400 as well as the largest US and Global ETFs, and it is part of our Mini Institutional Service for those interested.