https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/mullooly.net/public_html/wp-content//MoreabouttheBullishPercent.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSMore about the Bullish Percent A question that’s often asked is, “if your signals suggest we are on defense, why does it seem like the market is still going up?” Over the last few years, we’ve seen many pullbacks in the range of 5% to 8%. So it’s quite normal (and to… [Read More] What does the Bullish Percent Index Measure?
short term indicators
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/mullooly.net/public_html/wp-content//Market%20Averages%20Head%20Lower_mixed.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSAm I a broken clock? Or is the rest of the world figuring out what we’ve been saying all along? The primary indicator that I use to measure risk in the market is the New York Stock exchange bullish percent chart. This chart merely tells us the percentage of stocks that are… [Read More] Bullish Percent Points Towards Market Averages Heading Lower
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/mullooly.net/public_html/wp-content//Short%20Term%20Indicators%20Reverse.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSAll four of the short-term indicators that I use to track the market have now moved down. The fourth indicator to finally capitulate and reverse down was the high low index, which occurred in just the last few days. This means that more new low’s are being set in the market then… [Read More] Short-Term Indicators Move Down
I get calls from folks with money in the market, wanting to know if they’re in “the right position” or are they still in “good shape” with current market conditions. Here’s my reply: I am comfortable with what’s happening. I hope you are too. There are a lot of folks I manage money for with… [Read More] Current Market Conditions : Are we in Good Shape?
All of the short term AND long-term indicators I follow have now turned negative. All of ’em. Including the S&P 500. What’s that mean? Well, the S&P 500 Index is simply the 500 largest stocks in the US. And, basically, 70% of all money in mutual funds sits in the same 500 stocks. That’s a… [Read More] All Indicators Turn Negative in Down Markets