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Monthly Archives: December 2013
I saw this chart again on Stock Twits, an old favorite. It’s due to fellow Canadian Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue. The ramp, the “mania phase,” and the double top reminded me of the NASDAQ bubble I posted earlier. A freehand chart … Continue reading
I have been experimenting with Levy ratio dispersion as a measure of market breadth. Saturday, I posted this chart on Stock Twits, showing lower lows, lower highs, and declining RSI for $OEXA200R. The chart shows that 87 of the S&P … Continue reading
It’s hard to know if the housing situation is really improving. Prices go up, but then units go down. Classically, you can think of the equilibrium price vacillating around $200K, while the supply and demand curves do their dance. Here … Continue reading