The Printout on 3D Systems

Our long-term, oversold signal list has given us a stock that is on the other side of the mountain today. On Aug. 7, 2013, 3D Systems (DDD) bottomed at $44.50 and rallied 90% to the Nov. 18 high of $84.85. A quick long-term overbought signal was triggered and the stock fell about 20% in two days, and then rallied another 42% to the Jan. 6, 2014, high of $97.28.

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A new long-term overbought signal was generated and the stock fell 43% to the Feb. 5 low of $54.63. The long-term oversold signal came the next day on Feb. 6 and the stock bounced 51% to the Feb. 21 high of $82.65. DDD failed to clear the 50-day moving average at $82.59 that day and the stock started the next long-term downtrend....80 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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