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Tag Archives: market breadth
Divergences are simple conceptually. When prices are making higher highs and higher lows and a predictive indicator, such as market breadth, is making lower highs and lower lows, then the indicator has diverged from price and the upward price trend … Continue reading
Despite the impressive V-shaped recovery in stock prices over the past two weeks, there is still serious cause for concern. There are five near-term warning signs the equity markets must vanquish before the bulls can declare a short-term victory over … Continue reading
On Sunday November 17th, I posted an article that identified headwinds for the equity market. I explained that five independent leading indicators all pointed to near-term trouble for equities: a forming divergence in market breadth, an elevated CBOE Skew Index, … Continue reading
I typically release new posts on Thursdays, but market conditions justified an accelerated schedule this week. Five independent leading indicators all point to near-term trouble for equities: a forming divergence in market breadth, an elevated CBOE Skew Index, a very … Continue reading
Would you be interested in an indicator that has signaled ten market tops since 1966 without a single false signal? I read about such an indicator in an article titled “Double Divergences in the Advance-Decline Line,” which appeared in the … Continue reading