DAY HAGAN TECH TALK
DAY HAGAN TECH TALK: JUNE 28, 2016
Based on the percentage of stocks above 50-day and 20-day moving averages, domestic equity indices are close to but not yet at “oversold” levels.
Art Huprich, CMT
June 28, 2016
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The domestic equity markets responded much quicker, in terms of downside price action, to the “Brexit” outcome than I had expected. At the same time, flows continue to make their way into certain non-equity correlated assets, the overall trend of interest rates remains down, though volatile, as defined by the 10-Year Treasury Yield Index (TNX), and “investment dollars” have for the most part continued to look for a home in the more defensive and higher yielding sectors of the equity market.
Currently, based on the percentage of stocks above 50-day and 20-day moving averages, domestic equity indices are close to but not yet at “oversold” levels, which in the past have generated upside probing or at least some stability and bottom-building characteristics. Consistent with this, an initial band of selling pressure (resistance) for the S&P 500 looks to exist between 2026 and 2040, followed by 2050/2060.
Besides oversold readings, here are some signs to look for that may indicate a market low is in place and a bottoming period has commenced:
- The market ignores bad news, especially given the political environment both domestically and in Europe.
- Sentiment gets deep into “Extreme Pessimism” levels.
- Following the recent 90 percent downside days (declining volume on the NYSE is 90 percent of total declining and advancing volume), a 90 percent upside day occurs (advancing volume on the NYSE is 90 percent of total advancing and declining volume) or consecutive 80 percent upside days occur.
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Art Huprich, CMT
Chief Market Technician
Day Hagan Asset Management
— Written 06.28.2016
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