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Category Archives: Market Breadth
I introduced the concept of market breadth in a post titled “The Secret Weapon of Technical Analysis.” Based on current breadth readings, the equity market is overbought and due for a pullback. However, trading against the trend has a low … Continue reading
Earnings season is here again, which provides a timely reminder that earnings are the ultimate driver of stock prices. The following article explores the recent trend in equity prices and earnings estimates.
The TRIN (also called the ARMS index) is a breadth indicator created by Richard W. Arms. It acts as an oscillator and extreme values can be used to identify overbought and oversold conditions. Unfortunately, the standard TRIN indicator has some … Continue reading
Most investors do not use an investment process. Instead, they ask their friends for stock tips, watch CNBC, read a few newsletters (or blogs), and hope for the best. There is no consistent rationale behind their decision-making process, very little … Continue reading
Relative strength rotational strategies have a proven track record of success, but the potential uses of relative strength extend much further than security selection. One of my favorite techniques is to use the relative strength of two different indices, futures … Continue reading