Current Share Trends.

This page shows a list of index's, ETF's & popular stocks listed on the ASX and shows what type of trend they are in. This list is updated every Friday.
This is calulated by:
- Firstly, the standard deviation of the previous 52 weeks is calculated (eg: if the trend is calculated on a Friday, the standard deviation of the last 52 Fridays leading up to that date. If one Friday no data is avaliable, it will either be left out or the data from the previous trading day will be used).
- If the closing price is greater than the 200 day simple moving average plus one standard deviation, the trend is said to be "Bullish". If the closing price is within the one standard deviation of the 200 day simple moving average, the trend is said to be "Neutral". If the closing price is less than the 200 day simple moving average minus one standard deviation, the trend is said to be "Bearish".

See the Sample Portfolio page for an algorithmic trading statergy based on this data.

Share Trends After The 12th of June 2020

Share Trends Before The 12th of June 2020

The data on this page has been sourced from a number of external data vendors and has not been verified by us. Errors can occur including (but not limited to) transcription errors, calculation errors, rounding errors and the import of incomplete and/or incorrect data. All recommendations, data, calculation and values have been provided for your information only and should not be relied on for taxation or any other purposes. The data has been prepared without taking account of the objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs of any particular individual. Before acting on the information displayed, you should consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and, if necessary, seek appropriate professional advice.
The value of any investment and the income derived from it can go down as well as up. Never invest more than you can afford to lose. Keep in mind the ultimate risk is that you can lose whatever you've invested. While useful for detecting patterns, the past is not a guide to future performance.
*All fair value estimates are based only on historical data. The past is not a guide to future performance.
**If the closing price is greater than the 200 day simple moving average plus one standard deviation, the trend is said to be "Bullish". If the closing price is within the one standard deviation of the 200 day simple moving average, the trend is said to be "Neutral". If the closing price is less than the 200 day simple moving average minus one standard deviation, the trend is said to be "Bearish".