Market Breadth Data******************************

Friday, December 14, 2018

Weekly Targets Update

SPX closed $1.5 above the lower weekly target:















Oil closed on the lower weekly target:















USDJPY tested the upper weekly target on Thursday and Friday:



















EURUSD found support at the lower weekly target:


















GBPUSD found support at the lower weekly target before breaking below in the final hours of trading:


















AUDUSD sold off from the upper weekly target last week to the lower target this week:




Thursday, December 13, 2018

NYSE and NASDAQ Market Breadth

After peaking on Sept. 24th. NYSE market breadth is at a critical juncture, testing the Oct 29th. low level:




















NASDAQ market breadth peaked on August 31st and bottomed on October 29th:


Friday, December 07, 2018

SPX Key Technical Levels

The SPX is exhibiting great sensitivity to all key technical levels, including the lower weekly target:



Tuesday, December 04, 2018

SPX Daily Sell Signal

After we wrote this morning that a drop below 2767 will trigger a retest of the Monday rally:

























we're glad we got the post-factum explanation and geek translation courtesy of ZH.
The following is definitely a keeper:

"again deleveraging massive notional in long US Equities expressions across SPX, RTY and NDX live"

Monday, December 03, 2018

Weekly Targets

SPX, Oil, Gold and G6 weekly targets

Weekly market breadth is turning up from oversold levels:


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