As opposed to overbought, oversold means that a company's stock price has decreased substantially. Now this can be for a number of reasons, but the most common one is that there's been a major sell off on the back of bad news. Often this is because there are legitimate concerns about the business' fundamentals, but other times the overselling is the result of a storm in a teacup or other non-event and the price will eventually rebound. Discerning the difference between the two scenarios takes patience and research though, which is exactly why you're on this page.
RSI (14) 1D
Change % 1D
EPS diluted growth %
Dividend yield %
|SALAMAL SALAM BANK B.S.C||19.33||0.163 BHD||−2.98%||20K||413.307M BHD||10.38||0.02 BHD||60.20%||2.92%||Finance|
|BCFCBAHRAIN COMMERCIAL FACILITIES||23.74||0.220 BHD||3.77%||650K||44.314M BHD||—||−0.03 BHD||−176.30%||9.09%||Finance||—|