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Tunnel vision is a luxury investors can’t afford. Yet, bullish signals from a well-known investor survey have been ignored for too long. Angry messages on comment boards also confirm a bullish message that shouldn’t be ignored. Allow me to point out a bullish indicator that’s being flat out ignored by the media and investors: Investor sentiment. Civil Surveys The chart below plots the percentage of bullish investors surveyed by the American Association for Individual Investors (AAII) against the S&P 500. The percentage of bullish investors dropped... -iSpyETF
Although not nearly as popular as the S&P 500 or Dow Jones, the NYSE Composite sports one of the most transparent technical pictures we’ve seen in quite a while. Here’s a closer look at the strong message of the NYSE Composite. The NYSE Composite Index is not often discussed, but as one of the broadest U.S. indexes (1,868 components) it offers a unique big picture perspective, especially right now. First off is a weekly log scale bar chart of the NYSE Composite since its March 2009 low along with some basic support/resistance levels and trend... -iSpyETF
The CBOE Volatility Index, or VIX, has been following its general seasonal pattern rather closely, especially since the seasonal VIX low in July. Within a larger seasonally bullish period, there is a brief bearish window that may draw the VIX lower. VIX seasonality has been an indicator worth watching. The VIX seasonality chart projected a major seasonal low on July 9. On July 10, the VIX spiked as much as 9.8% and on July 17, the VIX soared as much as 41.7%. From the July 2 low at 10.28 to the August 1 high of 17.57 the VIX gained 71%. Despite... -iSpyETF
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