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There are currently around 40 reports available including full analysis for 24 BDCs (currently AINV, ARCC, CCT, CGBD, FDUS, FSC, FSIC, GBDC, GLAD, GSBD, HTGC, MAIN, MCC, MRCC, NMFC, PFLT, PNNT, PSEC, SUNS, TCAP, TCPC, TCRD, TPVG, and TSLX).
"The relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum indicator developed by noted technical analyst Welles Wilder, that compares the magnitude of recent gains and losses over a specified time period to measure speed and change of price movements of a security. It is primarily used to attempt to identify overbought or oversold conditions in the trading of an asset. Traditional interpretation and usage of the RSI is that RSI values of 70 or above indicate that a security is becoming overbought or overvalued, and therefore may be primed for a trend reversal or corrective pullback in price. On the other side of RSI values, an RSI reading of 30 or below is commonly interpreted as indicating an oversold or undervalued condition that may signal a trend change or corrective price reversal to the upside."
This is a complicated formula because it takes into account changes in daily pricing over a rolling 365 days which takes time to process (as the price changes). I have not found this indicator available in table format with other online services.
I have color coded the RSI values with green showing closer to 30 (indicating oversold), yellow showing near 50 and red showing closer to 70 (indicating overbought). I include a chart with stock pricing and RSI in my "deep dive" reports on each BDC and I have made many purchases (for safer BDCs) when RSI is closer to 30.
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Index of BDC Research & Articles
I have found a way to measure the average volume being traded for all BDCs to see if it is an active or slow trading day for the sector and then look at individual BDCs to see if they are trading above or below that average (given the time of day).
This is important because investors should know when volumes might be indicating something meaningful is going on with the stock, whether positive or negative.