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Timing Models – The Only Game in Town, Double-Edged Swords and Some Bearish Breadth Signals

SPY and QQQ fell in September and are in short-term downtrends, which are considered corrections within a bigger uptrend. The S&P SmallCap 600 SPDR and S&P MidCap 400 SPDR also fell in September, but these declines do not look like mere corrections within a bigger uptrend. MDY, IJR and IWM fell well short of their January-February highs and broke their downward sloping 200-day SMAs. These three look like they are reversing the uptrends that began with the March blast off.

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ETF Trends, Patterns and Setups – Dollar and Bonds Shine, Gold Dulls, Tech ETFs Hold, SPY Continues Lower, Failed Flags

It has been a rough month for everything except the Dollar and Treasury bonds. The chart below shows month-to-date performance for nine ETFs. The Dollar Bullish ETF (UUP) and 20+ Yr Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) are the only gainers this month and both have been positive for the entire month. This is a big difference from August.

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Breadth Model Update: %Above 200-day SMA Sags for SPX and OEX and AD% Reflects Broad Downside Participation

This is a midweek update to address Monday’s price action and its effect on the breadth indicators and models. At this stage, there was only one new signal: %Above 200-day for $MID broke below 45%. Nine of the ten breadth models remain bullish, but we saw more deterioration in the breadth indicators on Monday. Selling pressure was the strongest un small-caps and mid-caps over the last five weeks (since August 15th).

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