Saving The Day Some Tomorrow ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Monday, October 29, 2012

Saving The Day Some Tomorrow

Here's something worth keeping an eye on...

Whenever the market has been under pressure there has been a tendency to "save the day" somewhere in the vicinity of what ultimately proved to be bottom. This is demonstrated by an advance-decline differential leaping above best levels registered during the market's preceding decline. Duly noted, too, is the fact this did not occur until the NYSE advance-decline differential's momentum had reached a negative extreme (see bottom panel).

So, with the market's advance into September peak no less suspect than its advance at the start of the year and interest in further bidding up the garbage fading fast, we have this prospective "heads up" alerting us to when we might be in the ballpark of a bottom.

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