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"The fact that shares were underbought could be an insight that [the trader] is expecting higher volatility, but also is expecting [the ETF] to decline in the short term," he said.
You could see the eroded gaps when someone underbought a book and it sold out, selling in fitful gaps whenever a stock-starved store managed to get their hands on a few copies.
If you pair trade or trade via sector ETF's, getting a good grasp of why securities are overbought/underbought is critical.
Retailers that don't recognize the shift in their business will find themselves overbought in December and underbought in January and February.
I am thankful ... that we way underbought when we purchased our house, so we now have a mortgage that is easily affordable even on one salary. "
The truth is that while I can no longer call gold a hated investment, it is still seriously underbought. "