Recovering from under the 200 day average

Few stocks within the S&P 500 have managed to climb above their 200-day moving averages. While that has typically meant the worst of the selling is over, it can also be early in the "puke" phase of a decline. If we optimize the parameters, we see that a good compromise is waiting until there is a modest sign of recovery. Premium notes: * Oil's big decline * Econ surprises have plunged

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