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The S&P 500 has gone 43 trading days without a 1% daily move, up or down.
which is the equivalent of two months and one day in trading days.
During this stretch, the S&P has gained more than 4%,
and it has notched a 52-week high recently as well.
Since 1952, there were nine other precedents. All of
these went 42 trading days without a 1% move, all of
them saw the S&P gain at least 4% during their streaks,
and all of them saw the S&P close at a 52-week highs.
***There was consistent weakness a week later, with only three
gainers, and all below +0.5%.
***After that, stocks did better, often continuing an Extraordinary move higher.
Charts can sometimes give us a better nuance than
numbers from a table, and from the charts we can see a
general pattern -
***if stocks held up well in the following
weeks, then they tended to do extremely well in the
***If stocks started to stumble after this two-
month period of calm, however, then the following months
tended to show a lot more .
We already know we're seeing an exceptional market
environment at the moment, going against a large number
of precedents that argued for weakness here, instead of
the rally we've seen. If we continue to head higher in
spite of everything, these precedents would suggest that
we're in the midst of something that could be TRULY EXTRAORDINARY.
//Created by ChrisMoody on 6-19-2014 //Plots the % of the closing price based on the close of the previous day. study("_CM_Range_Percent", overlay=false) thr = input(1, minval=0, title="Threshold Percentile, 1=1% - 1.5=1.5%, etc.") tspcy = input(60, minval=0, title="Transparency Fill, 100 = No Fill, Default = 60") upday = close > close downday = close < close rnge_UpDay = close - close rnge_DownDay = close - close rnge_pct_upday = upday ? (rnge_UpDay/close)*100 : na rnge_pct_DownDay = downday ? -(rnge_DownDay/close)*100 : na col = rnge_pct_upday > thr ? lime : rnge_pct_DownDay < -thr ? red : yellow plot(rnge_pct_upday, style=histogram, linewidth=3, color=col) plot(rnge_pct_DownDay, style=histogram, linewidth=3, color=col) p1=plot(thr, title="Upper Threshold Line", style=line, linewidth=3, color=white) p2=plot(-(thr), title="Lower Threshold Line", style=line, linewidth=3, color=white) fill(p1, p2, color=silver, transp=tspcy)
The only thing I can think of is defining the criteria in the code and that plots something in order to give you the heads up there is likely a pattern there....If they are willing to give it a shot this is something that would be more in there league...(The two names mentioned above)...