After completing its last trading session, The Bank of Princeton (NASDAQ:BPRN) dropped by -1.2% – here is what that looked like (as of 2020-01-06):

What’s the reason for these moves? To have a greater insight of what is happening, We ought to analyze some technical indicators. The most interesting and telling are these ones:

A *Money Flow Index* (MFI) of 100.0, a *Relative Strength Index* (RSI) of 50.0, a *True Strength Index* (TSI) of 100.0, a *Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)* of 0.009, an *Average Directional Movement Index* (ADX) of unknown, an *Average True Range* (ATR) of 0.301, an *Accumulation/Distribution Index* (ADI) of 0.301, an *On-Balance Volume* (OBV) of 141.365, and a *Chaiikin Money Flow* (CMF) of 31.24. 1.17

Now let’s take all these indicators into account. Consulting *Trading View*, putting it all together gets the following:

So when putting all the technical indicators together, this is what you get. Note this is *technical* analysis only! You should do fundamental research as well, and __do not just rely on this__ – we take no responsibility for any losses incurred if you buy or sell based on the above.