More up volume than down suggests buyers are still in control of the demand/supply battle. Other indicators are similarly Bullish: The Nasdaq A/D also supports the bullish bias as it continues to trend up.

Nasdaq Cumulative Up Down Volume
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Source: Technimentals

The Up/Down indicator is a quicker turning signal than other bullish indicators, and should provide enough lead time before any serious sell off occurs. As long as it remains as strong as it has been, the long side of equities is where we want to be. If this signal seriously falters, we would advocate moving aggressively to cash.

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