S&P 500 4538,43 -38,67.
Liquidity is starting to dry up and the peripheral markets or the most speculative ones are feeling the brunt, led by cryptocurrencies. Last Friday, only 27 stocks reached new highs on the Nasdaq compared to 732 hitting new lows; on the NYSE, the ratio is 28/208. Options traders continue to increase their exposure in puts to protect their positions, as measured by put/call ratios. The cumulative advance/decline line on the NYSE and on the Nasdaq are continuing to point down. Overall, our indicators are improving slowly but haven’t reached extremes yet.
|Very short term oscillator||Negative -|
|Short term oscillator||Negative -|
|RVI trend||Negative -|
|Trend short term (5 days)||Down |
|Trend mid term (8 days)||Down |
|Differential of trends||Down |
|Risk profile||50 (scale of 1 (low risk) to 100 (high risk))|