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.
Chg %, 1D
Technical Rating, 1D
|COLO_COLOBLANCO Y NEGRO SA||155.000CLP||−20.00%||−38.760CLP|
|EISAECHEVERRIA IZQ SA||71.000CLP||−2.47%||−1.800CLP|
|PUCOBRESOCIEDAD PUNTA DEL||3900.000CLP||0.00%||0.000CLP|