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Market Monitor 2015

Market Monitor is breadth based market timing tracker. Extremely positive/negative breadth is used for market timing.

Post explaining how to use this information:

How to use market breadth to avoid market crashes

10 comments:

Phillip K. said...

What is the purpose of the second to last column, "T2108" and how is it calculated. Thanks!

Pradeep Bonde said...

% of stocks above 40 day moving average. Readings below 20 lead to botoms

louie colobong said...

From the market monitor how do we know if the approaching correction is a major correction (say 10% or more) or a minor one (less than 10%)? Btw thanks a lot for sharing you knowledge through this blog. I have learned a lot and elevated my trading skills to the next level.

Pradeep Bonde said...

If you see major breadth deterioration and series of 700 plus days on 4% plus down then it is likely to develop in to larger correction.

Phillip K. said...

Can you explain what the "5 Day ratio" and the "10 Day ratio" calculates?

Pradeep Bonde said...

It is ratio of 5 days of 4% b/o /5 days 4% b/d same for 10 days using 10 day data.

Stock Jaguar said...

From where do you gather the data to calculate these? ie, no of stocks below 4% in a week etc. Thanks,

Pradeep Bonde said...

From Teechart data base.

ANS said...

Hello Pradeep,

Today's data (row) is not showing up. Is there any way to fix it? I'm not sure if the 10 day ratio has gone below 0.5 or not, though maybe close. Can you please let me know?

Thanks,

Pradeep Bonde said...

updated. the ratio is approaching .5