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MMTW / Stocks Above 20-Day Average



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By joshpacific

Posted: Wednesday Dec 14 3:59:07PM 2011

Final results, Wednesday, Dec 14: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 36.30% Bias: positive Strength: 66/100 Strenth change: bullish 8/200 = 4.0% The likelihood of positive markets in the near term has increased slightly.

By joshpacific

Posted: Monday Dec 12 10:58:19PM 2011

Final results, Monday, Dec 12: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 57.44% Bias: negative Strength: 17/100 Strenth change: bullish 45/200 = 22.5% The bias remains negative but at 17%, the urgency to sell is no longer very strong.

By joshpacific

Posted: Thursday Nov 17 10:46:08AM 2011

Results as of 12:55pm ET, Thursday, Nov 17: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 31.35% Bias: positive Strength: 27/100 Strenth change: bullish 9/200 = 4.5%

By joshpacific

Posted: Tuesday Nov 1 2:06:13PM 2011

Results as of 4:45pm ET, Tuesday, Nov 1: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 57.75% Bias: negative Strength: 50/100 Strength change: bullish 30/200 = 15%

By joshpacific

Posted: Tuesday Nov 1 2:35:39AM 2011

Final results, Monday, Oct 31: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 84.02% Bias: negative Strength: 80/100 Strength change: bullish 20/200 = 10%

By joshpacific

Posted: Thursday Oct 27 8:10:26AM 2011

Results as of 10:43am ET, Thursday, Oct 27 2011: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 91.40% Bias: negative Strength: 100/100 Strength change: bearish 16/200 = 8% Sell here. Buy or cover at 80-82%.

By joshpacific

Posted: Monday Oct 24 7:16:43AM 2011

This morning the percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day MA is at the highest level since Jul 8.

By joshpacific

Posted: Thursday Oct 13 5:11:17PM 2011

Final results, Thursday, Oct 13: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 77.31% Bias: negative Strength change: negligable

By joshpacific

Posted: Tuesday Oct 11 8:45:29AM 2011

Results as of 11:13am ET, Tuesday, Oct 11: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 65.63% Bias: negative Strength: 56/100 Strength change: bearish 9/200 = 4.5%

By joshpacific

Posted: Tuesday Oct 4 10:30:35AM 2011

Final results, Monday, Oct 3: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 6.08% Bias: positive Strength: 62/100 Strength change: none = 0.0%

By joshpacific

Posted: Friday Sep 30 8:34:26AM 2011

Results as of 10:53am ET, Friday, Sep 30: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 25.70% Bias: positive Strength: 59/100 Strength change: bullish 29/200 = 14.5% With markets lower today, as expected MMTW is suggesting higher prices around the corner. Positive bias strength has risen 29 basis points to 59/100.

By joshpacific

Posted: Saturday Oct 1 11:03:11AM 2011

Final results, Friday, Sep 30: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 18.23% Bias: positive Strength: 59/100 Strength change: none = 0.0% Although markets can move lower Monday, the far greater likelihood is a move higher. The single most useful index to observe is the U.S. Dollar Index. Currently at 78.80 and finding some resistance. I expect a pullback to 77.00 early next week which would send MMTW to at least 50%. After that the U.S. Dollar Index will likely make a run at 81.00+, a major level of resistance. If that level holds then I expect the normal seasonal shift from extreme bearishness to positive markets to end the year.

By joshpacific

Posted: Thursday Sep 15 8:24:07AM 2011

Results as of 10:44am ET, Thursday, Sep 15: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 64.46% Direction: Sell Strength: 70% The percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day MA has risen as high as 68.16% and is at 64.46% at last review. Sell strength has doubled. The percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day MA can still continue to rise from here but the risk of a major market reversal downwards is very good. The likelihood of the markets reversing to the downside in the near term is now 85%.

By joshpacific

Posted: Wednesday Sep 14 11:39:04AM 2011

Results as of 2:04pm ET, Wednesday, Sep 14: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 51.64% Signal Change: Sell Strength: 35% The percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day MA has risen today from 42.24% to 51.64%. A reversal has occurred in the direction from BUY to SELL with good strength of 35%. The percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day MA can continue to rise from here but at this time the likelihood of the markets reversing to the downside is now 67.5% and increasing.

By joshpacific

Posted: Tuesday Sep 13 12:19:35PM 2011

Results as of 2:44pm ET, Tuesday, Sep 13: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 40.74% Direction: Buy Strength: 26% Since market close Monday, the percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day MA has increased from 28.70% to 40.74%, a rise of 41.95%. The buy strength has decreased from my last calculation 80% (Monday, 1:34pm ET) to 26%. The percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day moving average can continue to rise, but I suggest being cautious at this point and not beginning any new long positions.

By joshpacific

Posted: Friday Sep 9 4:24:39AM 2011

Closing Results for Thursday, Sep 8: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 46.96% Direction: Sell Strength: 27% The percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day moving average dropped today from 65.72% to 46.96%. The sell strength has diminished little, suggesting continued selling of stocks.

By joshpacific

Posted: Friday Sep 9 11:53:43AM 2011

Results as of 2:23pm ET, Friday, Sep 9: Percentage of Stocks Above 20-Day Average: 24.68% Signal Change: Buy Strength: 69% The percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day moving average has dropped today from 46.96% to 24.68%. A major reversal has occurred in the direction from SELL to BUY with significant strength of 69%. At last check (2:35pm ET) the percentage of stocks trading above the 20-day moving average is now 23.49% (50% the amount at the open).

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