Supply Demand definition

From: Stephen Cole
Sent on: Friday, April 26, 2013 9:30 AM

 

The question came up last night regarding the Supply Demand figure and I didn't know the answer. See definition per investors.com website:

 

What is IBD®’s Top Supply/Demand Companies table? IBD®’s Top Supply/Demand Companies table is included daily in the Making Money section of IBD. This table is based on a powerful proprietary calculation, and will highlight leading companies with very heavy demand relative to their floats, a sign of intense institutional activity. The Supply/Demand Rating gauges investor demand in a stock by comparing its volume to its float. Stocks trading heavy volume with low floats tend to carry higher Supply/Demand ratings. Use the Supply Demand Rating within the context of other IBD ratings as well as a stock's chart. A stock that has peaked and is heading lower could still maintain a high Supply/Demand Rating. Stephen

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