‘S&P 500’ Archive

5th longest period in 50 years without a 10% correction, important test at hand!

  Click here to see full article It’s been 38 months since the S&P 500 had a 10% correction. This is the 5th longest period without a 10% correction in the past 50 years. The trend is up and a couple of key tests of resistance are at hand. See full article HERE, at See […]

Stocks & Commodities futures tied to what bonds do right here!

  CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE One year ago this month the yield on the 10-year note had just underwent the strongest 18-month rally in 30-years. This rally was off the charts rare, as the prior seven strongest 18-month rallies were just half this size, taking it to the stop of channel (A) in the […]

Put to Call ratio suggesting S&P could turn soft!

  CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE Since 2013, when the Put to Call ratio’s 21 day moving average is low and turns higher, the S&P has turned soft for a while. At this time the P/C ratio isn’t off the scale low, it has declined some of late though. The key to this chart, is […]