Is Bank of America Overbought?

NYSE:BAC   Bank of America
Bank of America had relief rally in the second half of July, jumping from a 52-week low under $30. Now some traders may think it’s overbought.

The main pattern on today’s chart is the declining 50-day simple moving average (SMA). The recent surge brought BAC back to the line for the first time since late February. Trend followers may now look for the bearish direction to continue around this SMA.

Second is the price zone around $34. The stock struggled to hold that level on May 20 and then knifed below it on June 10. Prices have remained below it since, which may indicate that it’s still resistance.

Third, stochastics have been showing an overbought condition.

Finally, you have challenging macro conditions as the yield curve continues to invert.

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