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2020-06-13 | Jason Goepfert | Premium

This past week saw even more improvement in breadth, even considering Thursday's bad session. Speculation continues to run rampant in the shorter-term, with options traders gorging on bets that stocks will keep rallying.

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2020-06-12 | Jason Goepfert | Basic

In the first quarter, the value of equities plunged relative to other household assets and the size of the economy (GDP). It was among the largest drops on record. Even so, equity holdings remain historically high. Pension funds are woefully underexposed to equities, while their allocation to bonds skyrocketed.; Users of the Robinhood platform used Thursday's carnage to make big bets against more declines in stocks. Users holding leveraged short ETFs exploded by more than 13%, a decent sign of a massive shift in sentiment.

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2020-06-12 | Jason Goepfert | Basic

In the first quarter, the value of equities plunged relative to other household assets and the size of the economy (GDP). It was among the largest drops on record. Even so, equity holdings remain historically high. Pension funds are woefully underexposed to equities, while their allocation to bonds skyrocketed.

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2020-06-12 | Jason Goepfert | Lite

Corporate insider buying in S&P 500 stocks has been very heavy over the past 6 months. Not so much in Nasdaq 100 stocks.

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2020-06-12 | Jason Goepfert | Basic

Users of the Robinhood platform used Thursday's carnage to make big bets against more declines in stocks. Users holding leveraged short ETFs exploded by more than 13%, a decent sign of a massive shift in sentiment.

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2020-06-12 | Troy Bombardia | Premium



2020-06-11 | Jason Goepfert | Basic

Corporate insiders in S&P 500 companies greatly picked up their pace of buying as shares fell in March, and they're continuing to buy. In Nasdaq 100 companies, though, insider buying has been tepid. The ratio between insider buys in the S&P 500 versus Nasdaq 100 is now at a decade high. This comes even as the Nasdaq has been above its 20-day average for more than two months, while the S&P has not.; Over a 10-day period, we recently witnessed a historic thrust of positive breadth, with the 10-day Up Volume Ratio reaching near-record highs. The past 3 days, however, have seen overwhelmingly negative breadth. It doesn't completely cancel the longer-term positives, but it makes the shorter-term more of a worry.

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2020-06-11 | Jason Goepfert | Basic

Corporate insiders in S&P 500 companies greatly picked up their pace of buying as shares fell in March, and they're continuing to buy. In Nasdaq 100 companies, though, insider buying has been tepid. The ratio between insider buys in the S&P 500 versus Nasdaq 100 is now at a decade high. This comes even as the Nasdaq has been above its 20-day average for more than two months, while the S&P has not.

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2020-06-11 | Jason Goepfert | Basic

Over a 10-day period, we recently witnessed a historic thrust of positive breadth, with the 10-day Up Volume Ratio reaching near-record highs. The past 3 days, however, have seen overwhelmingly negative breadth. It doesn't completely cancel the longer-term positives, but it makes the shorter-term more of a worry.

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2020-06-11 | Jason Goepfert | Lite

Share prices have surged, and have far surpassed where Wall Street strategists and analysts think they should be.

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