“Just a little top heavy would you say?”
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) January 16, 2020
Check out the other instances when this indicator has gone above that upper 50-1 band. You will notice that all of them in this chart except one were associated with meaningful tops leading to noticeable corrections.
A breed of systematic trader acutely sensitive to volatility is charging into U.S. stocks at the kind of pace last seen before “volmageddon” rocked Wall Street almost two years ago.
Head of IMF says global economy risks return of Great Depression “In some ways this troubling trend is reminiscent of the early part of 20th century when the twin forces of technology & integration led to first gilded age, roaring 20s & financial disaster” t.co/aunqRHFYLE
— Danielle DiMartino Booth (@DiMartinoBooth) January 17, 2020
there goes JOLTS pic.twitter.com/IqpgwLIKv5
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) January 17, 2020
ISM's Composite PMI has printed weaker than regional surveys and other real-time data for several months. January surveys-to-date, particularly this morning's Philly Fed, are adding an exclamation point. pic.twitter.com/3XRpAeP83F
— Not Jim Cramer (@Not_Jim_Cramer) January 16, 2020