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S&P 500 Sentiment Report - 10/21/2014
Based on volume and advance/decline indicator of the S&P 500 basket


Previous trading day (10/20/2014) outlook: 56% Up and 44% Down.

The S&P 500 index advanced 1.95% today.

Winners beat losers by a margin of 142 to 5 (an A/D issues ratio of 28.41). Pertaining to volume readings, the ratio of winners to losers was lower - about 87 to 5 (an A/D volume ratio of 17.39).This significant (TRIN=1.63)divergence between the two ratios reveals that, declining stocks were being traded much more actively than advancing issues. The average volume traded per declining stock was 77,391.59 M; in contrast, the average volume traded per advancing stock amounted to only 47,376.17 M. At 15:55, the A/D issues ratio reached its highest daily level 28.41; the same was the case for the A/D volume ratio. By this time, the index had gained about 1.94%. Market mood was extremely bullish on this day;  
Next Day S&P 500 Outlook:    Up 46%
  DOWN      54%
More Detailed Outlook...
(Next day outlook is 100% mechanically calculated and is based on index reaction to similar market sentiment occurrences in history back to 1997)
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but never knew was available:

  • Advance/decline analysis is now available for all major US indexes and exchanges (not just for the NYSE, as was previously the case);
  • Advance/decline analysis is now available on an intraday level - pick you favorite settings from a 2-hour view to a 10-year view (traditionally, only an end-of-day analysis was possible);
  • Advance/decline indicators are now available for momentum volume, as opposite to just for compound volume (traditional AD compound volume readings are difficult to analyze on an intraday time frame);
  • A history of advances and declines up to 1997 is now available on an intraday level (where 1 bar represents 1 minute).

Take a look at the list of indicators you can now access in real-time:

  • Advancing and declining issues these are commonly known as "advances and declines";
  • Advancing and Declining Volume: a measure of stock market breadth as well as an indicator for market strength;
  • "New Highs" and "New Lows": provides a confirmation for the current trend;
  • Advance-Decline Line: If the term is applied to issues (securities), the "A-D issues line" represents the difference between the number of advancing and declining issues. The same calculation is available for volume and for "New Highs" and "New Lows".
  • Advance/Decline Ratio: calculated by dividing the number of advancing issues by the number of declining issues. The same calculation is available for volume and for "New Highs" and "New Lows".

Chart 1: S&p 500 Advances - Declines
Advance Decline Chart

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