After struggling relative to its peers through the summer, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has rapidly climbed back up the relative strength rankings in the SIA S&P 100 Index Report. Currently, AMD is in 8th place, up 20 spots in the last month with the shares up 13.1%, compared with a 4.3% return for the corresponding index over the same time frame.
SPG returned to the Favored Zone of the SIA S&P 100 Index Report on November 16th, which was mentioned in the November 17th Daily Stock Report. Since then, the shares have climbed 8.6%, while the S&P 100 Index is up only 0.8% over the same time frame. SPG has also continued to rise in the relative strength rankings, having moved up another four spots in the last week to 17th place.
Yesterday, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) became the first US big cap bank to return to the Green Favored Zone of the SIA S&P 100 Index Report in some time climbing 2 spots to 25th place. JPM had been out of the Green Zone since August. JPM shares have gained nearly 10.5% in the last month.
Cisco Systems dropped out of the Favored zone on August 15, 2019 at $46.25, and has not been back there since. Over four plus years stuck in the wilderness, CSCO has gained a paltry 3.3% to yesterday’s close of $47.80. During the same time frame, the S&P 100 Index has climbed 68.3%.
Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has returned to the Green Favored Zone of the SIA S&P 00 Report for the first time since July. A summer slide ended with the shares in the red zone but over the last six weeks, they have steadily clawed their way back. AMD finished in 24th position yesterday, up 4 spots on the day and up 27 places in the last month.