Looking for bargains among the blue chips? Here are three stocks from the S&P 100 that have pulled back into or near oversold territory above the 200-day moving average in recent days. Should these stocks remain above the 200-day moving average, they could represent a significant opportunity for high probability traders.
Earnings season always gets lots of hype, and this one has been no different. This QTR was expected to be an easy comparison to Q4 (Recession of 2008), and it is as over 70% of reporting companies have beaten greatly reduced estimates due mostly to cost cutting and layoffs, but that is not the case for top line growth.