What value would a tool be to you if it could provide advance warning of broad market tops and bottoms?
The “Shoe Box” is a proprietary leading indicator that has been perhaps the most critical tool I have used to provide advance warning of major turning points in the broad markets. This indicator tends to turn down before major highs and up before major rallies. The underlying components are proprietary but involve pricing swings in the credit markets, over weighted towards corporate credit conditions.
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