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Thomas Neuhaus Rank: 153 Followers: 0 Votes: 0 Years Member: 15 Last Update: 15 December 2017, 17:38 Categories: Market Timing
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$ The Market 1 - aNASI - Daily Line (solid), 700

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$ The Market 1 - NASI - Daily Line (solid), 700

The Summation Index is the best indicator for intermediate term and long term investors. I use it in conjuction with the SAR and Slope indicators to give me more specific signals. And always be wary when the NASDAQ Summation rolls over at or below the 0 line - it's usually an indication of bad things to come.

$ The Market 2 - $NAA50 - Daily Invisible, 460

The number of stocks trading above the 50 day moving average gives a good oversold/overbought indicator as well as a good directional indicator. I've also added a Stop And Reverse Indicator to give more specific signal.

$ The Market 3a - P&F Chart for the

$ The Market 6 - $BPCOMPQ

$ The Market 6 - $NYSI - Daily Line (solid)

The Summation Index is the best indicator for intermediate term and long term investors. I use it in conjuction with the SAR and Slope indicators to give me more specific signals. And always be wary when the NYSE Summation rolls over at or below the 500 line - it's usually an indication of bad things to come.

$ The Market 6 - $NYSI - Daily Line (solid), 700

The Summation Index is the best indicator for intermediate term and long term investors. I use it in conjuction with the SAR and Slope indicators to give me more specific signals. And always be wary when the NYSE Summation rolls over at or below the 500 line - it's usually an indication of bad things to come.

$ The Market 6a - iShares MSCI ACWI Index Fund (ACWI)

$ The Market 6a - Volatility Index - S&P 500 Large Cap Index/Volatility Index - New Methodology

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$ The Market 7 - $NYA50R - Daily Invisible, 700

The number of stocks trading above the 50 day moving average gives a good oversold/overbought indicator. I've also added a Stop And Reverse Indicator to give more specific signal.

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