The broad market advanced today. The DJI outperformed other indexes by climbing up 0.89% while the Russell 2000 gained only 0.33%.
Today, the S&P 500's daily volume was 2,048 million shares. This average was 10% lower that the average daily volume for the past 3 months.
|NYSE Comp.||77.33(0.75)||10,343.53||10,380.19||10,287.29||10,358.75||0||0 / 0||0.00|
|DJI||143.15(0.89)||16,028.29||16,184.76||16,028.29||16,172.98||0||0 / 0||0.00|
|S&P 500||14.80(0.82)||1,818.18||1,834.19||1,815.80||1,830.57||0||0 / 0||0.00|
|Russell 2000||3.71(0.33)||1,121.05||1,126.30||1,105.56||1,115.24||0||0 / 0||0.00|
|Nasdaq 100||27.78(0.81)||3,479.66||3,493.17||3,443.26||3,474.63||0||0 / 0||0.00|
5-day charts (1 bar = 5 minutes) with a 20-period SBV are showing advancing SBV oscillator readings at session's end. Positive money flow on this chart would suggest the possibility of positive trading tomorrow after the market open. 15-day charts (1 bar = 15 minutes) with a SBV(16) are showing positive money flow (advancing SBV) as well, thus confirming 5-day chart's outlook. 30-day charts (1 bar = 30 minutes) with a 13-period SBV are showing flat SBV, yet, SBV readings are at positive levels which would favor bulls as well.
60-day charts with a 20-period SBV are now showing declining SBV oscillator readings. The following SBV values were recorded at session's end: minus 48% on the S&P 500, minus 50% on the DJI, minus 59% on the NASDAQ 100 and minus 63% on the Russell 2000. Declining SBV readings are bearish and suggest the possibility of a down-move. We will continue to monitor this chart setting in order to determine at which point SBV oscillator readings start to advance; this might then suggest increased odds for a coming move to the upside.
1.5-year charts with a 10-period SBV are showing declining SBV Oscillator readings on the S&P 500, on the DJI and on the Russell 2000 indexes and flat readings on the NASDAQ 100 index. Declining SBV readings are bearish. The negative SBV values seen on this chart are also bearish. This chart setting suggests a bearish longer-term market sentiment.
|Release Date/Time||Economic Report||For Period||Consensus||Previous|
|04/15/2014 8:30:00 AM||Core CPI||Mar||0.1%||0.1%|
|04/15/2014 8:30:00 AM||CPI||Mar||0.1%||0.1%|
|04/15/2014 8:30:00 AM||Empire Manufacturing Index||Apr||7.5%||5.6%|
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