Juniper Networks Achieves Relative Strength Rating Benchmark of Over 80

Juniper Networks (JNPR) had his Relative Strength Rating (RS) updated from 70 to 81 Monday.


When searching for the best stocks to buy and watchone factor to watch closely is the relative strength of prices.

This unique rating identifies technical performance using a score from 1 (worst) to 99 (best) which identifies how a stock’s price performance over the past 52 weeks compares to that of other publicly traded companies. .

History shows that the stocks that make the biggest gains tend to have an RS rating of 80 or higher when they start their biggest runs.

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Juniper Networks is working on a long consolidation with a 38.24 point of purchasehaving recently cleaned the 200-DMA. See if the stock can break out in big volume.

Revenue and net income growth increased in the last quarter. Profits rose 26%, compared to -2% in the previous report. Turnover rose from 8% to 19%.

The company ranks 7th among its peers in the computer networking industry group. International Digi (DGII) and Calix (CALX) are also among the highest rated stocks in the group.

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