Stan Weinstein's Stage Analysis
#25
Attached is the the weekly and daily charts of the major sectors and below is the relative performance table in order of strength. Notable changes this week was the cross back below the zero line for Consumer Staples (XLP) and Energy (XLE) also declined two places. Whereas on the stronger side of things Health Care moved up to third in the relative performance rankings.

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#26
Attached is the lists of this weeks 22 breakouts and 21 breakdowns. So a very mixed week for the S&P 500 stocks, with the breakdowns finally starting to pickup as this has been very one sided for a while now.

These are P&F breakouts and breakdowns where it made a higher high or lower low than the previous column of Xs or Os. It shows the whole week, so some will have failed to close above/below the breakout/breakdown levels. But gives a starting point to scan to see if any good with regards to Weinstein's method.

Week ending 1st March 2013

Breakouts
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Breakdowns
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#27
The very short term NYSE percentage of stocks above their 20 day moving averages chart made a reversal to the upside today, gaping above it's declining 30 week weighted moving average.


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#28
Attached is the updated Advance Decline Breadth Charts, including the cumulative AD line, momentum index, cumulative AD volume line, 10 Day AD oscillator, NYSE Volume Advancing / Volume Declining Ratio etc.


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#29
Attached is the New Highs / New Lows set of charts


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#30
Attached is the volatility breadth charts which pulled back this week, but other than the NYSE / NYSE Bullish Percent Index ratio the faster moving average breadth volatility charts all remained above their 50 day MAs and so are still on the sell side. If you look back over the last year for comparisons of when the charts were in similar positions, you can see that was in April 2012 and October 2012. So these charts are warning that an intermediate term top could be coming soon.


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#31
Attached is the updated PUT/CALL ratio charts which reversed higher this week.


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#32
Attached is the S&P 500 / US Treasuries Ratio Charts which made continuation moves this week, and so favour being long US stocks and short US Treasuries.


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