FANG Stocks and 200-Day Moving Average

FANG Stocks and 200-Day Moving Average How high above the 200-day moving average can FANG stocks get? Should investors be concerned? Image: The Daily Shot

200-Day Moving Average of FAAMG Stocks

200-Day Moving Average of FAAMG Stocks Trading at 41% above the 200-day moving average appears stretched, but it’s important not to lose sight of the big picture. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Nasdaq 100 Deviation from 200-Day Moving Average

Nasdaq 100 Deviation from 200-Day Moving Average The risk of a reversion grows, as the Nasdaq 100 trades 2-standard deviations above the 200 DMA. Image: Scotiabank GBM Portfolio Strategy

Euro Stoxx 50 and 200-Day Moving Average

Euro Stoxx 50 and 200-Day Moving Average The Euro Stoxx 50 is testing its 200-day moving average, suggesting some resistance for further gains. Image: The Daily Shot – The Wall Street Journal

S&P 500 and % of Stocks Above their 200-Day Moving Average

S&P 500 and % of Stocks Above their 200-Day Moving Average More than 90% of S&P 500 stocks are trading above their 50-day moving average, but just 47% are above their 200-day moving average today. This chart suggests there’s room for improvement. Image: Scotiabank GBM Portfolio Strategy

More than 90% of Stocks above 50-Day Moving Average

More than 90% of Stocks above 50-Day Moving Average Short-term overbought, but historically, more than 90% of stocks above the 50-day moving average is bullish. Image: Strategas Research Partners