RR&A Trading Call

A few charts showing the state of sentiment, and other technical factors.

On Tuesday, we made a Bullish trading call for RR&A subscribers — it was based on technicals and sentiment  (since we launched Ritholtz Research & Analytics, I’ve had to move the trading calls off of the blog; it keeps the lawyers sane and the regulators happy).

Have a look at the 4 charts in question:

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Percentage of NYSE stocks over 200 day moving average
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Put Call Ratio

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Big NYSE Volume Spike on Sell off
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Too Many Bears

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None of this changes the longer-term perspective, or the views on the second half of the year; Rather, it recognizes the washed out condition and potential for a 3-6 week counter-trend rally.

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