We review the historical returns and risk when the S&P 500 and its Advance Decline Line are confirming each other, and when they have diverged…
The Technical Analysis community has a nearly endless number of loose definitions for what specifically constitutes a “Breadth Thrust.”
We apply the same concepts of volatility breakouts in the form of breadth analysis on the major equity indexes: the S&P 500, S&P 400, S&P 600, and the NASDAQ 100.
While many investors have been told they should invest in them, not many understand why they may or may not be a good fit for their situation.
This output provides the market participant with a plot that can then be utilized to determine trend, momentum, volatility, and more.
if the S&P 500© had a book coming out next week, it would be titled “One strategist may not be getting the job done.”