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where did you find that list of s&p 500 most overbought and oversold stocks?



We produce the list using the parameters described above.

Justin Walters

Thanks for the reply, going with your oversold stocks YHOO looks like a buy down here.


This overbought/oversold chart is
incredible. Where/how can I sign
up/pay to see this chart updated on
a regular basis? Or learn how to
create it myself?

Thanks a lot,


We are glad you enjoy the chart. We provide plenty of overbought/oversold analysis with our Mini-Institutional service at To create it yourself you will need historical daily closing prices of all the S&P 500 stocks. Once you have this, you will have to calculate the historical 50-day moving averages along with the standard deviation over the 50 days. As we said in the above post, a stock is overbought if it is greater than 1 standard deviation above its 50-day moving average.

than 1 standard deviation above its 50-day moving average.

than 1 standard deviation above its 50-day moving average.

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