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Last update: 06/23/2017 3:00:pm EST

Percentage of Stocks Trading Above Their 200 Day Moving Average

   

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2,950 of 4,677 stocks are above their 200 DMA (63.07%)

63.07%

Currently 63.07% of stocks tracked by InvestProfits are trading above their 200 Day Moving Average (DMA). That means 2,950 of the 4,677 stocks are trading above their 200 day moving average. Above 80 percent is bearish; 20 percent and below is bullish. To filter out the volatility of low priced stocks, those selling below a price of $5 per share were omitted.



InvestProfits Index: Highest Days 2014

Days in 2014 with high number of stocks above 200 DMA (higher = more bearish)


No InvestProfits Index: (% of Stocks above 200DMA) S&P 500 Date
176.02%1878.0403/07/2014
275.69%1877.0303/06/2014
375.34%1877.1703/10/2014
475.33%1873.9103/04/2014
575.26%1873.8103/05/2014
675.09%2173.0207/20/2016
774.96%2175.0307/22/2016
874.95%2169.1807/26/2016
974.63%2170.0607/28/2016
1074.59%1985.4407/03/2014
Above 80% is bearish. 50% is considered neutral.

   



InvestProfits Index: Lowest Days 2014

Days in 2014 with low number of stocks below 200 DMA (lower = more bullish)


No InvestProfits Index: (% of Stocks below 200DMA) S&P 500 Date
116.56%1867.6108/25/2015
216.74%1893.2108/24/2015
319.07%1884.0909/29/2015
419.11%1868.9901/21/2016
519.16%1859.3301/20/2016
619.29%1829.0802/11/2016
719.43%1881.7709/28/2015
819.51%1913.8509/01/2015
919.55%1940.5108/26/2015
1019.76%1881.3301/19/2016
Below 20% is bullish. 50% is considered neutral.

This is an index indicating a bullish or bearish market. When 80 percent of stocks in the market are selling above their 200 Day Moving Average many consider the market to be overbought and they expect a negative correction in the market. On the opposite end, if less than 20 percent of stocks are selling above their 200-day moving average, the market is considered oversold, which means investors should expect a positive correction. The latest readings from InvestProfits.com for the highest and lowest 10 readings this year are posted above.


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