Tag Archives: SPY

Please, No More Correlations

Many in financial social media like to frequently refer to correlations but know little about what they mean. I usually infer how serious is someone about finance and markets by the way they refer or treat correlations among other things. … Continue reading

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A New Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

I was still in graduate school when the self-fulfilling prophecy of the 200-day moving average was forged by financial media. After nearly 30 years they have not changed the narrative. Maybe it is time for a change and I have … Continue reading

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S&P 500 Most Oversold Since September 2001

According to our overbought/oversold indicator (a variant of RSI) the S&P 500 index is now most oversold since September 2001. Note that a 22% gain followed after the oversold conditions in 2001 before the bear market resumed.

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“Turnaround Tuesday”

Some people we follow in Twitter who have been trading for a long time often talk about “Turnaround Tuesday” if Monday is a down day in the stock market. Below is the analysis that shows if this is a true … Continue reading

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Leveraging the Performance of a Weekly Mean-Reversion Strategy

A Market Signals subscriber from beautiful Brazil inquired about the possibility of using a leveraged ETF in place of SPY ETF, or even account margin, for boosting the performance of our MRSPYW weekly mean-reversion strategy. Below is our analysis.

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