I almost showed a bullish study this morning for all the bulls who’ve been screaming for one. But when an indicator like T21112 hits a new all time high, it deserves a mention. T2112 measures the percent of stocks that are trading at least 2 standard deviations above their 40-day moving average. It set an all time-high in May and I noted it then. It went on to peak 2 days later (May 6th). After that the market experienced a 3-day pullback and a bit of a consolidation.
Monday it barely broke the old record. To provide some perspective as to how extended this indicator is I’ve shown below the full history going back to 1986.
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Spikes anywhere near what we are seeing now have been unsustainable in the past. This would seem to suggest a pullback is likely. (Of course, as the bulls will point out – there have been a lot of things suggesting that lately and the market has ignored most all of them.)
P.S. I also noticed T2112 got a mention from Cobra in his last commentary.