Wednesday’s market performance took us down to a seldom seen place: only 10% of S&P 500 Index components closed above their 10 day moving average.
Chart from indexindicators.com
That is oversold but according to Lowry’s research, when the market reaches below 10% for this indicator, we have a setup for a powerful snap back rally that most of the time transforms into a full blown bull market rally.
The good news is that the S&P 500 Index (SPX) is approximately 60 points above its March levels here while it has pushed the percentage of stocks above their short term average to these low numbers. The bad news is that technically, we didn’t go below 10% but actually reached 10.2% and recovered.
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