overbought by Relative Strength Index (RSI) in Industry - Banks

Technical Analysis: Stocks with Relative Strength Index (RSI) above 70 are considered overbought. This implies that stock may show pullback.
Some traders, in an attempt to avoid false signals from the RSI, use more extreme RSI values as buy or sell signals, such as RSI readings above 80 to indicate overbought conditions and RSI readings below 20 to indicate oversold conditions.

* RSI values shown have been calculated at the end of the day.

Last Updated: 24 Jan 2021, 02:13 a.m. (IST)
Name LTP Day Change(%) RSI
IDFC First Bank Ltd. + 49.5 -0.20 (-0.4%) 68.50000
Equitas Small Financ.. + 41.5 0.50 (1.2%) 64.88000
Edelweiss ETF - Nift.. + 3517.5 - (0%) 60.76000
Bank of Baroda + 73.4 -2.95 (-3.9%) 59.80000
Jammu & Kashmir Bank.. + 28.5 -1.10 (-3.7%) 59.79000
Federal Bank Ltd. + 73.3 -2.95 (-3.9%) 55.06000
Indian Bank + 90.9 1.60 (1.8%) 54.55000
Bank of Maharashtra + 14.5 -0.55 (-3.7%) 52.84000
Canara Bank + 133.2 -2.90 (-2.1%) 52.77000
Karnataka Bank Ltd. + 61.4 -1.50 (-2.4%) 52.02000
Au Small Finance Ban.. + 896.6 -16.70 (-1.8%) 51.68000
ICICI Bank Ltd. + 533.8 -18.90 (-3.4%) 51.30000
HDFC Bank Ltd. + 1443.6 -31.25 (-2.1%) 50.99000
State Bank of India + 283.7 -11.15 (-3.8%) 50.29000
Query : RSI >= 80 All available parameters