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Oversold and Overbought Large-Cap Stocks: Weekly Update

Stocks that move too far too fast in one direction have a slight tendency to experience short-term price reversals. The following tables list S&P-100 stocks that are oversold or overbought as measured by the 14-day Relative Strength Index (RSI). Stocks with RSI above 70 are considered overbought and more likely to experience a short-term price decline, while stocks with RSI below 30 are considered oversold and more likely to rebound in the short term. Here are this week's lists of low-RSI and high-RSI stocks:

Oversold Stocks as of 03/27/2020

Ticker - Company Closing Price 50-Day Moving Avg. 200-Day Moving Avg. RSI
(14-Day)

Note: RSI = Wilder's Relative Strength Index. Oversold = (RSI < 30).

Overbought Stocks as of 03/27/2020

Ticker - Company Closing Price 50-Day Moving Avg. 200-Day Moving Avg. RSI
(14-Day)

Notes:

Note: RSI = Wilder's Relative Strength Index. Overbought = (RSI > 70).

Bar Chart of Relative Strength Index (RSI) values for S&P 100 stocks