Currently the MAP ratio sits at 24.7% and will likely be lower as of the close today. When our ratio breaks 25% to the downside, it’s usually a time to get your buy list ready. Read the report here.
Archives for October 2018
With our ratio plummeting ever closer to being oversold – 30.2% at last reading, it’s time to start evaluating which stocks might be headed for a larger short-term bounce once the market catches its footing.
As the market pulls back, our ratio has taught us for when to bet on a swift recovery. Our ratio is pulling back to near oversold levels and we are prepared for a large move to the upside once we reach it.
You need 3 things in your arsenal when finding the best stocks: great fundamentals, great technicals, and unusual trading activity. We enjoyed writing this piece, so let us know your thoughts! Read the article here.
Selling of individual stocks was apparent weeks before this slide. Read here how MAP measures this selling to give us an edge.
Technology, Discretionary, & Materials stocks have reached oversold levels. They could bounce sharply. This report shows prior times when these sectors had this much selling and how it proved to be a buy opportunity. Read the report here. Below, see the times when Discretionary stocks reached oversold.
Our ratio has hit an important level, which has guided us in the past – late February of this year to be exact. Right now it is indicating that the market should hit lows soon and a buying opportunity is ahead. Read the article here.
Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) has been alerting many unusual buy signals this year. Check out the article here. This is the 2nd time we profiled the stock this year, and the stock has gained 30% since the first article on March 27, 2018.
Mapsignals developed an article on Investopedia detailing 10 options strategies to know. There are 8 videos to help drive home popular concepts.
MAP just celebrated 4 years in business! When we started out in the summer of 2014, our mission was to provide market research unlike anyone else. We’ve grown and changed a lot since then and we’ve become what we were meant to be. That’s why we are re-branding Macro Analytics for Professionals to Mapsignals.