Sentiment indicators as trend following models

  • Troy Bombardia

    Troy Bombardia

    Published: 2020-10-05 at 02:40:18 CST

Over the past 2 years sentiment has had a habit of staying at extreme readings for longer periods of time. So perhaps instead of going contrarian when sentiment hits an extreme, perhaps it's better to wait for sentiment to hit extreme readings and then reverse (i.e. trend follow). This post ...

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