Dow declines 113.23 points ( -0.56 %) to settle at 19,971.13.
The US Large Cap S&P 500 index declines 12.46 points ( -0.54 %) and is now at 2,280.90.
The tech heavy Nasdaq declines 47.07 points ( -0.83 %) closing at 5,613.71.
Oil settles at $52.67 ( +0.08 % from last trading day.)
Gold is now at $1,194.20 ( +0.08 % from previous.)
The 10 year bond yield is at 2.48%. The interest rate of the yield has increased (+0.00%), meaning that the value of the bond has decreased. Increasing bond yield means that the value of the bond decreases and hurts bond holders but can encourage people to put more money in bonds for the higher yield.
The percentage of advancing stocks in the InvestDashboard.com stock universe is at 19.95 % while the percent of declining stocks is at 73.83 %. Volume is 00.81 % % from the average. Higher volume means there is higher conviction in this (down) move.
The percent of stocks above the 50 Day Moving Average is 48.11 % while the percent of stocks above the 200 Day Moving Average is 62.44 %. The percent of stocks above the 200 Day Moving Average says that stocks are generally in an uptrend and not yet overbought.
There are 00.65 % of stocks hitting a new 52 week high with 00.67 % of stocks hitting a new 52 week low.
The S&P 500 return over the last 52 weeks is 18.37 %.
The median forward PE is at 17.92, the average 5 year estimated growth is at 12.91 % and average yield is 01.51 %.
The average PEGY ratio (PEGY = (PE Ratio / (Growth+Yield))) is 2.59. The PEGY Ratio of 2.59 is greater than 2 and the market is very expensive!
The average short percent of float is at 06.57 %.
The most traded stocks based on dollar value traded are:
- Apple Inc. (AAPL) at 121.63 (-0.32;-00.26 %)
- Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) at 830.38 (-5.39;-00.64 %)
- Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) at 823.83 (-21.20;-02.51 %)
- Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) at 802.32 (-20.99;-02.55 %)
- Facebook, Inc. (FB) at 130.98 (-1.20;-00.91 %)
The winners with above average volume are:
- Eco-Stim Energy Solutions, Inc. (ESES) at 2 (0.65; 48.15 %)
- Calithera Biosciences, Inc. (CALA) at 6.75 (2.15; 46.74 %)
- Real Goods Solar, Inc. (RGSE) at 4.58 (1.01; 28.29 %)
- DryShips Inc. (DRYS) at 2.46 (0.47; 23.62 %)
- Digital Ally, Inc. (DGLY) at 5.75 (1.05; 22.34 %)
The losers with above average volume are:
- Regulus Therapeutics Inc. (RGLS) at 1.3 (-0.95;-42.22 %)
- Tempur Sealy International, Inc. (TPX) at 45.49 (-17.70;-28.01 %)
- New Gold, Inc. (NGD) at 2.94 (-1.02;-25.76 %)
- Opus Bank (OPB) at 20.4 (-6.85;-25.14 %)
- Pulmatrix, Inc. (PULM) at 2.65 (-0.72;-21.36 %)
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