Bullish Engulfing Patterns 1 10 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
SVUSupervalu, Inc.NYSEConsumer StaplesFood Retailers16.4sml4.795193049
KMXCarmax Inc.NYSECyclicalsSpecialty Retailers85.8lrg65.682462390
GRUBGrubHub Inc.NYSECyclicalsRestaurants & Bars45.4sml36.832228250
ANTMAnthem, Inc.NYSEHealth CareHealth Care Providers65.5lrg146.341637627
FBPFirst BancorpNYSEFinancialBanks95.8sml71461692
IRTIndependence Realty Trust, Inc.AMEXFinancialResidential REITs48.7sml91073614
SWFTSwift Transportation Co.NYSEIndustrialTrucking72.8sml24.11056328
SCSantander Consumer USA Holdings Inc.NYSEFinancialConsumer Finance61.9mid13.791025831
GESGuess?, Inc.NYSECyclicalsApparel Retailers6.5sml12.19992539
BURLBurlington Stores, Inc.NYSECyclicalsApparel Retailers85.5mid87.39765228
WWWWolverine World Wide Inc.NYSECyclicalsFootwear21sml22.16643795

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