overbought


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o·ver·bought

 (ō′vər-bôt′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of overbuy.
adj.
Characterized by excessively high prices owing to prior heavy buying and a concomitant rise in prices: an overbought stock market.
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8% Fibonacci resistance with the stochastic in overbought territory.
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Measures the relative distance of the closing price and the current bar to the previous candles<br> - Shows Overbought and Oversold Areas<br> - Signals to buy or sell should be taken in the <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">direction of the daily trend</span></strong><br> - The Stochastics Pop Strategy can be used to trade with increasing momentum<br> - Indicates Positive or Negative Divergence<br> - Three types of Stochastics: <strong>Fast</strong>&nbsp;Stochastics, <strong>Slow</strong>&nbsp;Stochastics and<br> <strong>Full</strong>&nbsp;Stochastics
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