The stock market’s sentiment profile is not at all good In NFTRH we use these charts along with Sentimentrader (primarily, e.g. graphic above) and Yardeni
It’s counter-intuitive and can be difficult to abide by when the bullets are flying on any given day, but if you’ll recall back in 2019
First, the VIX, which has gotten clobbered on whatever is making the markets feel good today. I added some VIXY back yesterday as a vol.
Friday felt strange, as I tried to point out in NFTRH 623. Normally, a news-driven market holds an efficacy of a day or so. I
I went from sad (taking my profits too soon) to glad that I took profits in volatility vehicle VIXY as the VIX reversed and went
It feels great out there. Everything is working and we are all geniuses. Except for one issue. VIX is holding support and the SMA 200.
In NFTRH 610 it was noted that I took a couple of bear positions due to the VIX Hammer candle at the SMA 200. Well,
In taking a look at the daily chart of the VIX and noticing its somewhat firm look (as opposed to a continued plunge) I expected
Just an in-day status report. As of 1.5 hours into the regular session VIX is recoiling back to the EMA 20. There is no telling
NDX (QQQ) painted a bearish engulfing candle 2 days ago and yesterday it fulfilled the minimum requirement of that signal by having a solidly negative
Regardless of whether or not the gap will fill, risk is… well you know what risk is. To make matters worse, QQQ (along with NDX,
I like to see how many angles, how many lenses I can view the market through. Here is one of those angles, the correlation of
The VIX is at the junction of the 2008 turn from hysterical fear to relief. That’s fine, the COVID-19 scare and its economic implications are
It’s as its name implies. A Bearish Engulfing candle is a red bear candle that is outside of the previous candle’s high and low and