SIACharts Logo

Bausch Health Companies Inc (BHC.TO)

Bausch Health Companies, Inc. (BHC.TO) has made a striking comeback, moving from the Unfavored to the Favored Zone in the SIA S&P/TSX Composite Index Report, with a notable 7.3% stock price increase in one day. Currently at a peak since last summer, BHC.TO is potentially initiating a new uptrend, supported by a recent breakout from a two-year downtrend and a bullish SMAX score of 9 out of 10. This recovery signals a robust investment opportunity.

Palo Alto Networks Inc (PANW)

Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (PANW) experienced a significant downward reaction, despite beating earnings expectations. The company’s forward guidance disappointed investors, leading to a 28.4% drop in share price in a single day. This plunge moved PANW from the Green Favored Zone directly to the Red Unfavored Zone, falling 68 spots to 74th in the SIA NASDAQ 100 Index Report.

Adobe Inc (ADBE)

Adobe, Inc. (ADBE) has slipped from the SIACharts Favored Zone to the Unfavored Zone, marking a significant downturn in its market performance. This shift is accompanied by a notable decline in its SMAX score to 5 out of 10, signaling short-term weakness. The stock’s recent technical breakdown, including a failure to surpass major resistance levels and increased selling pressure, highlights potential for further declines.

Cameco Corp (CCO.TO)

Cameco Corp (CCO.TO), a prominent uranium producer, recently shifted from the SIA Favored to Neutral Zone in the SIA S&P/TSX 60 Index Report, dropping 13 places to 16th. Despite a robust 48.7% return over the past nine months, technical indicators signal potential challenges ahead, with the stock testing key support levels. This transition suggests a pivotal moment for Cameco.

Colliers International Group Inc (CIGI.TO)

Colliers International Group Inc. (CIGI.TO) has seen a rebound in its stock performance, climbing 7 ranks to 34th in the SIA S&P/TSX Composite Index Report–a key insight for investment professionals focusing on the commercial real estate services sector. Since returning to the SIA Favored Zone, CIGI.TO’s stock is up 12.4%, significantly outperforming the S&P/TSX Composite Index’s 2.8% rise.

Kinross Gold Corp (K.TO)

In our latest Daily Stock Report, we observe Kinross Gold (K.TO)’s transition from a top performer in the SIA S&P/TSX 60 Index to a notable decline amid a wakening gold sector. Previously consistently in the SIA Favored Zone, Kinross has recently dropped 24 spots to 28th, entering the SIA Neutral Zone amid a weakening gold sector.

The Walt Disney Company (DIS)

SIACharts highlights a notable shift for Walt Disney (DIS), moving from the Unfavored to the Neutral Zone in the SIA S&P 100 Index Report after years of underperformance. Climbing 49 spots in just one month, DIS’s recent 22.6% rally is a sharp improvement from its previous 41.0% drop, outperforming the S&P 100’s modest 1.5% gain.

Microchip Technology Inc (MCHP)

Microchip Technology Inc. (MCHP), in the dynamic Electronics and Semiconductors sector, is lagging behind its peers. Despite the sector’s overall strong performance, highlighted by giants like Nvidia and Broadcom, MCHP’s growth has been muted. Since falling from the SIA Charts NASDAQ 100 Index Report’s Favoured Zone in August, its shares have climbed only 3.7%, underperforming the NASDAQ 100 Index’s 15.6% gain. Recently, MCHP slipped into the Unfavored Zone, further descending 16 spots in just a month to 67th place in the SIA rankings.

West Fraser Timber Co Ltd (WFG.TO)

West Fraser Timber (WFG.TO) is underperforming in the SIACharts’ relative strength rankings, hinting at the risks associated with the Materials sector, particularly forest products. Exiting the green zone early August , WFG.TO has remained flat, contrasting sharply with the S&P/TSX Composite Index’s 4.4% gain. Over the last month, West Fraser lost 8.9%, further lagging behind the benchmark index’s 0.9% decline. Now in the SIA Neutral Zone and ranked 103rd –a 26 spot drop– it signals a cautionary stance for the sector.

Canadian Pacific Kansas City Ltd (CP.TO)

Railroad Canadian Pacific (CP.TO) drifted down the rankings in the SIA S&P/TSX 60 Index Report over the last eight months of 2023, sliding out of the green zone and falling down into the red zone. In the last month, the stock’s relative strength has started to improve and the shares have climbed back up out of the red zone into the Yellow Neutral Zone.
In the last month, CP.TO has climbed 14 positions to 23rd place. Over that time, the shares have climbed 9.15% while the S&P/TSX Composite Index has fallen 0.75%.

Keep up to date on the latest financial market news.

Receive a daily newsletter with stock highlights, ETF rankings, weekly market focus and others.