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US Stock Market Breadth Update - 29th November 2020

Potential Major Market Breadth signal that the Bull market is still only just beginning. The 80%+ level has only been reached twice before in June 2003 & August 2009 as you can see attached. So although in the upper risk range. A major sign of strength.
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Is the S&P 500 About to Breakout Into the Stage 2 Advancing Phase? Stock Market Breadth Update

Regular update of the major US stock market indexes and indicators. A regular look beneath the surface of the US stock market, featuring the key market breadth charts for timing trading stocks and the stock market indexes, such as the NYSE Bullish Percent Index, the Advance Decline Line, the New Highs - New Lows etc and some custom breadth indicators of my own in order to determine what the "Weight of Evidence" is suggesting in terms of the US stock market direction and how to allocate your money. 
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US Stock Market. Bullish Percent Index to Bear Alert Status. What does the Weight of Evidence Say?

Weekend update of the major US stock market indexes and indicators. A weekly look beneath the surface of the US stock market, featuring the key market breadth charts for timing trading stocks and the stock market indexes, such as the NYSE Bullish Percent Index, the Advance Decline Line, the New Highs - New Lows etc and some custom breadth indicators of my own in order to determine what the "Weight of Evidence" is suggesting in terms of the US stock market direction and how to allocate your money.
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US Stock Market Breadth Update. Shakeout or Not? Improvements in a Number of Indicators

This week saw a huge shakeout in the leadership stocks with numerous tech and healthcare stocks dropping up to -20% in a just a few days from their highs. However, there is a chance that it was just a shakeout by the markets in order to let the larger players load up on the stronger stocks at a lower price. But this opinion now needs confirmation, as although some traders jumped back in immediately on the assumption of a shakeout. The price action of many stocks that got hit failed to recover with much strength, and still closed the week significantly lower than the previous week, even though they recovered half or more of the drop.
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