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Antero Midstream Partners: How's It Doing amid Sector Weakness?

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Do Antero Midstream’s Technical Indicators Hint at a Bounce Back?

Antero Midstream Partners’ moving averages

Antero Midstream Partners (AM) has gone below both its short-term (50-day) and long-term (200-day) moving averages due to the recent weakness. It’s currently trading 2.7% below its 50-day SMA (simple moving average) and 2.4% below its 200-day SMA. That might indicate a bearish sentiment in AM. However, most of AM’s peers are also trading below their historical moving averages due to the general negative sentiment in the sector. EQT Midstream Partners (EQM) and Rice Midstream Partners (RMP) are trading 9.5% and 12.6%, respectively, below their long-term moving averages.

Do Antero Midstream’s Technical Indicators Hint at a Bounce Back?

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Short interest in Antero Midstream Partners

Short interest in Antero Midstream Partners is ~2.3 million shares. Short interest in AM as a percentage of float ratio has fallen to 2.99% compared to last month’s average of 3.32%. That might indicate a bullish sentiment in AM. Short interest in AM is also lower compared to the one-year average of 3.28%.

Antero Midstream Partners’ implied volatility

Antero Midstream’s (AM) 30-day implied volatility was ~26.0%. By comparison, the Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) has an implied volatility of 18.0%. AM might trade in the range of $30.79–$33.03 in the next seven days. AM’s stock price is expected to be within this range 68.0% of the time, assuming a normal distribution of prices and using a standard deviation of one.

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