12 Points Indicators Show The Market Trend Today For Each Sector
Instantly see trend strength for stocks, commodities and forex trading and investing
Pinpoint changes in market strength based on twelve chart indicators
Compare sectors and market trends over time using the tables below
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January 27: Bonds were up and SPY was down. Gold rose to all time record highs in euros.
12 Points scale based on how many are bullish out of 12 selected chart indicators:
Weak to Bearish = 0 to 4 Neutral to Mild Strength = 5 to 7 Strong Move = 8 to 12
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Our numbers are more useful than simple percent gain or loss. They take into account recent price action. As a simple example, if a stock goes up 2% today after going down 5% the day before we will have a much different number (maybe even a 0 or a 1) than if the stock had risen 2% to a new high after going up 5% the day before. (that would probably rate an 11 or a 12).
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Monitor the stock market today using our 12 Points trend indicators. Follow trend strength for stocks, commodities and forex trading and investing. Instead of monitoring markets by looking at price charts, you can quickly see changes in bullish strength and compare markets over time with our bullish strength tables.
Note commodity futures prices below are normally higher than current spot prices.