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S&P 500 compared to % of stocks above moving averages   June 18, 2012

Here is a chart that shows the S&P 500 as compared to the % of stocks above the 50 day simple moving average (SMA) less the % of stocks above the 200 day SMA. You can see by the left axis, when the % of stocks ratio rises to ~ + 25-30, then it's a selling opportunity. Conversely, when the % of stocks ratio goes below -20, then it's a very good buying opportunity. This signal proved accurate in the latest uptick in the market these past 2 weeks.
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Historical price of Gold comparing dollars vs. euros   June 11, 2012

Here is a simple comparison showing the price of gold (GC) in dollar terms (black line, GC/DX) vs. gold in Euro terms (blue line, GC/EC). It seems fair to say, that at most major turning points the gold/euro relationship leads the price of gold/dollar. Gold looks ready to rally from here.
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Price of Gold poised to move higher   June 11, 2012

This a chart of Gold (GC) versus the net speculative long open interest for the 'non-reportable' commitments of traders data. The non-reportable traders are the small traders and many think tend to show the emotional side of the market. So they tend to sell at the bottom and buy at the top. They've reduced their gold longs considerably here and this implies gold is ready to move higher again.
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Stock market 'New Lows' measure suggests buying opportunity   May 25, 2012

We are using a weighted measure of the NYSE (40%) AMEX (20%), and Nasdaq (40%) and have converted this into a 10 day moving average as you can see in the blue line. Our comparison here is against the S&P 500. It's probably fair to say that if the cyclical bull market is still in tact, then this spike in New Lows is a buying opportunity as this level has been many times in the past. Though if we're in for more market turbulence, then this measure needs to move higher yet. In short, begin to accumulate shares here and keep some dry powder for another buying opportunity should it present itself.
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Apple Update   April 26, 2012

What a difference a couple of days can make! Look at how the 10 day SMA has spiked just from a couple of days ago. Blue bars are now showing up in the oscillator, which signal that the 10 day SMA for the volume and open interest formula is now 31.26% and 2.17 Std Dev above the 50 day SMA. As you can see, the two other times this happened before, Apple sold off shortly thereafter and consolidated for a short period of time. I wouldn't be surprised to see AAPL challenge the $640 level again and then go back into consolidation phase.
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