Fewer than 40% of S&P stocks above 200-day average

One of those longer-term measures monitors the percentage of stocks within the S&P 500 that are holding above their 200-day moving averages. Healthy markets usually don’t see this dip much below 40%, and unhealthy ones don’t see it rise much beyond 60%.When it falls below 40% for the first time ...

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