BSX

Bullish Engulfing Pattern 2 15 2017

A bullish engulfing pattern is a chart pattern that forms when a small black candlestick is followed by a large white candlestick that completely eclipses or “engulfs” the previous day’s candlestick. The shadows or tails of the small candlestick are short, which enables the body of the large candlestick to cover the entire candlestick from the previous day.
SymbolNameExchangeSectorIndustrySCTRUniverseCloseVolume
BSXBoston Scientific Corp.NYSEHealth CareMedical Equipment68.1lrg25.419378474
ZTSZoetis Inc.NYSEHealth CarePharmaceuticals47.9lrg55.155625648
MOAltria Group Inc.NYSEConsumer StaplesTobacco65.9lrg72.175221176
VODVodafone Group Public Limited CompanyNASDTechnologyMobile Telecommunications4lrg25.034351612
KBHKB HomeNYSECyclicalsHome Construction43.9sml16.673781523
RAIReynolds American Inc.NYSEConsumer StaplesTobacco79.8lrg60.433717883
ZAYOZayo Group Holdings, Inc.NYSETechnologyTelecom Equipment36.9mid31.423294706
ABBABB Ltd.NYSEIndustrialIndustrial Machinery41.9lrg22.931987499
EWEdwards Lifesciences Corp.NYSEHealth CareMedical Supplies3.4lrg90.311668911
CCECoca-Cola European Partners plcNYSEConsumer StaplesSoft Drinks26lrg35.461306872
AWKAmerican Water Works Co. Inc.NYSEUtilitiesWater22.5lrg73.01670219

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