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

Friday, August 29, 2014

$SPX Measured Move Target

SPX close at 2003 ('87 - '00 measured move price target) and 2003 days since 3.6.2009

with weekly liquidity reaching overbought levels:

However, the daily overbought/oversold indicator is in oversold territory:

which means that upward pressure should be expected within the next few days.

$IG Breakout from Base

Zacks decided to downgrade IG right after it broke out from a huge base, and now is backpedaling quietly, hoping nobody will notice:

Thursday, August 28, 2014

$FB Channel and Trend

FB gap down below support at the lower channel line:

Next support at $71.5

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

$FTSE and $DAX Channel and Trend

Nice recovery on the heels of the SPX rally but facing tough overhead resistance:

The German Dax not faring as well, more reminiscent of the Russell 2000:

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Monday, August 25, 2014

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Friday, August 22, 2014

$FB Channel and Trend

FB just finished navigating from one end of the channel to the other.
Support at the lower channel line.
First target at $77.5:

Thursday, August 21, 2014

$SPX Breakout Channel

First breakout attempt to new highs from a very narrow and steep channel. Following a trajectory similar to the August '13 upswing:

while the broader indices continue to languish:

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

$SPY Symmetry

SPY following the 1 x 1 angle first on the way down and then on the way up:

(chart by OT Signals)

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

$SPX As Good as it Gets

According to this study, everybody is in and a sideways/down phase should follow:

$SPY Channel and Trend

The current upswing has exceeded the average swing time, but price continues to hold above the 1 x 1 angle:

 (source: OT Signals)

Monday, August 18, 2014

$SPX Squaring Price and Time

It has never been easier to square price and time than with OT Signals.
It's all done with one click/tap:

$QQQ and $IWM Trend

While the Qs are making new highs:

Russell 2000 is stuck between support/resistance levels:

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Yahoo finance data problems

Yahoo has been experiencing data problems since Thursday but keeps quiet about it. This link sums-up the frustration of many.

$SPX Channel and Trend

SPX closing on key 1955 support/resistance level for the second day in a row:

Friday, August 15, 2014

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

$SPY Price Swings

Recent SPY swings following the same rate of ascend and descend:

$SPX Channel and Trend

SP500 continuing to follow the 2 x 1 angle and approaching the key 1955 level:

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

$SPX and Market Breadth

SPX close at swing target and 2 x 1 angle. Support at the 1 x 1; market breadth (bottom indicator) reaching overbought levels:

$SPX Trend and Support

Support for the SP500 is provided by the 1 x 1 angle at 1927.5:

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Monday, August 11, 2014

$IWM Channel and Trend

Russell 2000 bouncing between support/resistance lines, still holding above the 1 x 1 swing low angle:

$SPX Angles and Trend

In a show of strength the SPX broke above the 1 x 1 down-sloping angle and is testing first resistance at the August 4 high; next resistance at 1955:

Sunday, August 10, 2014

$GLD Price and Time Targets

Technical analysts are often accused that they can provide price or time targets, but never both. With OT Signals, you can accomplishes both tasks with a click of the mouse (or a tap of your finger):

Friday, August 08, 2014

$BID and Liquidity

The liquidometer continues to spiral downwards after reporting a 15 % drop in second quarter profits, lower than market expectations:

$SPY Trend and Resistance

SPY needs to climb above $193 to demonstrate any signs of strength:

Thursday, August 07, 2014

$SPX Channel and Trend

E-mini remains in a vulnerable position below the 1 x 1 angle:

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

$BID at Critical Juncture

BID is at a critical juncture: right below key resistance, but holding above the 1 x 1 angle (which is a sign of strength), and in the process of breaking out from the down-sloping channel.
With support/resistance levels so close by, and a conference call on Friday, August 8th, the next few days should shed additional light on the state of liquidity in the market:

$IWM Channel and Trend

Russell 2000 still holding above channel support while the major averages registered new swing lows:

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

$IWM Channel and Trend

In a surprise twist the Russell 2000 outperformed (declined less than) the major indices today, but still remains in a vulnerable position:

$SPY Trend and Angles

SPY remains in a week position as long as it remains below the down-sloping 1 x 1 angle and the pivot line:

Monday, August 04, 2014

$QQQ Trend and Angles

QQQ stopped at the pivot line and below the downtrend angle. A break above these two levels will signal that a new upswing is starting:

Saturday, August 02, 2014

$SPX Weekly Bulls and Bears

The Bulls/Bears ratio hasn't tested the 50% level since 2012, and has broken below 75% only once since then:

Friday, August 01, 2014

$DJIA and Summer of '97 and '98 Financial Crisis

A trip down memory lane

Exhibit A: Asian financial crisis, July '97

Exhibit B: Russian financial crisis, August '98

(charts provided by OT Signals)

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