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The 10 Most Oversold and Overbought Names in the S&P 500

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Intel and HP make the oversold list while Wal-Mart and Sprint are now overbought.

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MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL ChartLabPro.com has listed the 10 most oversold and overbought names within the S&P 500 (^GSPC). ChartLabPro.com does not look at the widely used RSI, which provides false signals and uses its own proprietary countertrend indicator.


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Below we highlight two overbought and oversold charts.

Oversold

The first chart is Intel (INTC). Back on September 10 we alerted readers that this name moved to a Strong Sell (1 rating).


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The next chart is Hewlett-Packard (HPQ):


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