Stan Weinstein Stage Analysis and Market Breadth

US Advance Decline Charts

Attached is the updated NYSE and Nasdaq Advance Decline Breadth Charts, including the cumulative AD line, momentum index, cumulative AD volume line, 10 Day AD oscillator and the McClellan Oscillator and Summation Index.

                                       

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Cumulative P&F Breakouts - Breakdowns custom Breadth charts

Attached is my updated custom breadth charts that I do based on the daily point and figure double top breakouts and double bottom breakdowns.

Totals for the week:

+327 double top breakouts
-137 double bottom breakdowns

+190 net breakouts - breakdowns

Note: the 200 day MA is approaching its March high, so potential for a breakout on the long term measure in the coming weeks.

                           

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US Sectors - Percent of Stocks Above their 150 Day Moving Average

Below is the Percent of Stocks Above their 150 Day Moving Average table in each sector, which is ordered by overall health. Also attached is the visual diagram of the 9 sectors and the two major exchanges that make up the sectors that shows a snapshot of the overall health of the US market.

Note: the overall sector average is at 63.39% (Stage 1 / Stage 2) currently and gained +0.84% since last week, with Financials, Industrial and Consumer Discretionary having the largest gains, and the largest of the sectors Financials has now moved back into positive territory above 60% for the first time since the recent Stage 4 decline. Also except Utilities the more defensive sectors are finally starting to move down the rankings.

       

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RE: Stan Weinstein Stage Analysis and Market Breadth

Attached are the updated charts of the RABWDB Indicator, Individual Phases, SP500 RABWDB, SP400 RABWDB and SP600 RABWDB.

To learn more about the indicator go to https://dg-swingtrading.blogspot.com/sea...bel/RABWDB



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RE: Stan Weinstein Stage Analysis and Market Breadth

Attached are the updated charts of the US Stock Market Survey Indicator, Individual Stages, SP500 Survey, SP400 Survey and SP600 Survey.

If you want to read my commentary, please go to https://dg-swingtrading.blogspot.com/sea...e%20Survey



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(This post was last modified: 04-20-2019, 10:55 AM by pcabc.)

RE: Stan Weinstein Stage Analysis and Market Breadth

Market breadth

US:
Interesting to note the upward short term trend in the AMEX advance decline line, as that can fall even in prolonged upward trends in the index.
           

UK:
Who nows what will happen with Brexit, but it appears to be strengthening.
           

Gold / oil:
       

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RE: Stan Weinstein Stage Analysis and Market Breadth

(04-20-2019, 10:52 AM)pcabc Wrote: US:
Interesting to note the upward short term trend in the AMEX advance decline line, as that can fall even in prolonged upward trends in the index.

10 years of the W5000 / AMEX chart.  Unfortunately that is all the data I have at the moment.  Also worth noting that the left hand edge is 2009, a sharp climb following the 2008 event.  The point I am making here is that uptrends in the AMEX advance / decline line are relatively rare.
   

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RE: Stan Weinstein Stage Analysis and Market Breadth

(04-20-2019, 11:08 AM)pcabc Wrote: 10 years of the W5000 / AMEX chart.  Unfortunately that is all the data I have at the moment.  Also worth noting that the left hand edge is 2009, a sharp climb following the 2008 event.  The point I am making here is that uptrends in the AMEX advance / decline line are relatively rare.

OK, plotted against DJI as I have more data there:
   

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