The ETF Ranking, Signals and Setups Table makes it easy to separate the leaders from the laggards, track trend signals and find mean-reversion candidates. This article will explain the key features of this customizable table and show how to get the most out of it. We will finish with a chart example showing the origins for signals and numbers on the table.
This article covers the Trend and Thrust Breadth Models in detail. We start with an overview of breadth and explain why the S&P 500 is my preferred index for measuring broad market breadth. Attention then turns to the individual indicators and the key levels for generating signals. These models use a “weight of the evidence” approach
Breadth indicators are also referred to as market internals. As the “vital signs” for an index or sector, breadth indicators reflect aggregate performance for the individual components. As such, breadth indicators can provide leading signals by strengthening before a bottom or weakening ahead of a top. After all, the whole is only as good as the sum of the parts