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week ending
Friday Mar 15, 2019
Direxion Daily S&P Oil & Gas Exp. & Prod
Trend Trend Counters Relative Strength  
(Strong) Bearish Trend. The closing price is below the upper limit of the 13-week MA envelope. This indicates that the short-term bearish trend of the stock's price remains relatively strong. Trading implication: generally considered a negative signal for holding. Trade exit signals already triggered.
Trend / Category
4/ 18
13 week Current wk Unusual Volume
88 +
  weeks in vs. S&P500  
Trading stats for the Week Stock Trends chart of Direxion Daily S&P Oil & Gas Exp. & Prod $GUSH - click for more ST charts
  Close Range
$US 10.30 8.61 - 10.75
1 week %change 13 week %change
+19.5% -4.0%
Average Price
13 week MA 40 week MA
10.32 24.34
52-week range
5.90 - 47.55
Share Volume Relative Volume
32,879,500 790.5%
Total traded value
1-week gain/loss exceeds 10%
Historical ST Data | ST Charts
Direxion Daily S&P Oil & Gas Exp. & Prod (GUSH-N)
Trend Rel
Hi | Lo
Stock Name
Wk Close
Vol (00's)
Hi/Lo Vol
No Stock Data
Highlighted stocks traded at their 52 week high or low, OR gained/lost more than 10% during the trading week.
Business Description :
The investment seeks daily investment results, of 300% of the performance of the S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production Select Industry Index. The index is provided by S&P and includes domestic companies from the oil and gas exploration and production sub-industry. The fund normally creates long positions by investing at least 80% of its assets in the securities that comprise the index and/or financial instruments that provide leveraged and unleveraged exposure to the index. These financial instruments include: swap agreements; options on securities and indices; reverse repurchase agreements; ETFs; and other financial instruments. It is non-diversified.
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