Long term Nasdaq chart is still rangebound. But the Nasdaq
“gap ups” as a percentage of all gaps remains bullish.

Nasdaq Gap Ups / AAII Sentiment


Source: Technimentals

Meanwhile, AAII sentiment is strong without being
excessively so. This needs to go much higher to give a bearish signal.


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2 Responses to “Chart of the Week: Nasdaq Gap Ups / AAII Sentiment”

  1. nate says:

    it might interesting to look into specific companies that are driving the Nasdaq=

    what have been the ytd big movers in the nasdaq?

  2. TonytheTiger says:

    The only thing driving the Nas is demand. The Nas, S&P and Dow follow in unison. Different companies, different sectors, it doesn’t matter……just plain ole demand.