Stochastic Stock Scans
These scans are all based on the Stochastic Oscillator. It's a momentum indicator which is used to determine where the most recent closing price is in relation to the price range for a preceding period of time. This site uses the standard 14 day period (14, 3, 3) for its Stochastic calculations. Stochastic tends to oscillate in a range between 0 and 100. Levels under 20 are considered oversold while levels above 80 are considered overbought. It's important to note that overbought or oversold can stay that way for quite a while given the right conditions. So it's often wise to combine Stochastic with some other indicators / analysis when making trading decisions.
|Stocks with Overbought Stochastic
|Stocks with Oversold Stochastic.
|Stochastic Buy Signal
|A buy signal is given when the Stochastic is below the 20 oversold line and the %K line crosses above the %D line
|Stochastic Reached Overbought
|Stochastic (14, 3, 3) reached overbought levels by rising above 80
|Stochastic Reached Oversold
|Stochastic (14, 3, 3) reached oversold levels by dropping below 20
|Stochastic Sell Signal
|A sell signal is given when the Stochastic is above the 80 overbought line and the %K line crosses below the %D line
|Strong but Oversold
|Strong Stocks which were Oversold.
|Strong, Oversold and Reversal Signs
|Strong Stocks which were Oversold and showing bullish reversal signals.
|Weak + Overbought
|Weak Stocks which were Overbought.
|Weak, Overbought and Reversal Signs
|Weak Stocks which were Overbought and showing bearish reversal signals.