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

thanks

Bob,

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.

Justin,

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,
Roger

Roger,

We are glad you enjoy the chart. We provide plenty of overbought/oversold analysis with our Mini-Institutional service at www.birinyi.com. 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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