MA Rating is Sell on Shares of Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (:SNLN)

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Investors following Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (:SNLN) can see that the stock most recently closed at 17.67
Past 3 months: 0.17006803
One year change: -3.125
Year-to-date: 2.85215367
Past week: 0.17006803
Past month: -0.73033708

Scanning through some ratings, we note that the current Oscillator Rating on Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (:SNLN) is a “Buy”. The Moving Average Rating is sitting at a “Sell”. Traders may use these signals in conjunction with other indicators in order to set up the chart for future trading success.

Traders following Donchian Channels can see that the 20 day upper band is 17.74 and the 20 day lower band is 17.5808. These channels are used by technicians to help spot possible breakouts, and they may also be used to confirm a defined trend.

Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (:SNLN) has drawn the attention of traders as the price has moved 0.01924536% since the open. The prior session close was noted at 17.67. Looking back over the last month, we note that the stock’s high point was seen at 17.82.

Dedicated traders will often pay close attention to Exponential Moving Average levels. EMA study can help guide traders when gauging market strength. We can see the following EMA levels on the stock:

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30 day Exponential Moving Average: 17.68899402
50 day Exponential Moving Average: 17.70886687
100 day Exponential Moving Average: 17.7139635
10 day Exponential Moving Average: 17.65965805
20 day Exponential Moving Average: 17.67365246
200 day Exponential Moving Average: 17.71662033

The HMA or Hull Moving Average for the stock is presently 17.65970222. The HMA may help with technical analysis by reducing lag and heightening responsiveness. Traders often find that following this indicator helps with reduction of noise.

As traders scan the equity market, they may be using Simple Moving Averages to help figure out where a stock is headed. Following some SMA levels, we can see that the 10 day is 17.65076, the 20 day is 17.67344, and the 30 day is 17.69233667. Tracking some other time periods, we note that the 50 day SMA is 17.729752 , the 100 day is 17.744907 , and the 200 day SMA is currently 17.6603525.

Traders checking the pulse on shares of Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (:SNLN) will note that since the opening price of 17.669, the stock has moved 0.001. During the session, the stock has hit a low of 17.66 and reached a high of 17.67. Volume on the day is around 21888. 

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