It’s not just US stocks that are doing well – global markets have also rallied over the past month. The S&P 500 rose almost 9% in November, while the MSCI World Index and the Vanguard FTSE-All World ex-US Index each gained around 8%. Investors can determine whether stocks have become overbought using the relative strength index (RSI), which measures the magnitude and speed of price movements. Stocks with a 14-day RSI above 70 are likely overbought – and a decline may be imminent. CNBC Pro searched the S&P 500, MSCI World and Vanguard FTSE-All World ex-US indices for stocks that are among the most overbought stocks based on their 14-day RSI. These stocks have also been reviewed to see if they have analyst Buy ratings greater than 50% and a potential price target greater than 20%. Stocks in a variety of sectors rose, from financials to automobiles to consumer discretionary. Among financial stocks, French companies Amundi and BNP Paribas were represented, with buy ratings of 77% and 68% respectively and a potential upside of more than 20%. A gold mining company, Barrick Gold Corporation, appeared on the screen. Investors have been piling into gold lately, driving prices to record highs. Aside from purchasing physical gold, investors can also approach gold mining operators to utilize the commodity. Analysts gave Barrick another 24% gain and a 57% buy rating. Automakers like General Motors and Mercedes-Benz showed potential upside of 38.7% and about 27%, respectively, according to analysts. One stock popped up in the technology space: German semiconductor company Infineon.