Category: Bullidex

S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

The S&P 500 Bullidex fell 8% to close at 215, ending the 3 month uptrend that began in mid March. This implies an increasingly dangerous market for investors as fewer stocks are rising amidst increasing volatility. Short trades like MTXX and STSI are beginning to pop up, and we’ve come a long way from the…


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

The number of stocks trading above the 50dma is rising relative to volatility, which is more evidence of a strengthening uptrend. The odds for successful investment are increasing because the probability of purchasing a strong stock with less risk is growing. According to this chart, the S&P 500 stands at pre-Lehman failure levels, the green…


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

The S&P 500 Bullidex rose 5% to close at 240, signaling a decrease in volatility relative the percentage of rising stocks. This indicates a favorable environment for investment as the odds of successful speculation are waxing. The upward breakout after a few weeks consolidation is healthy for the bulls as the S&P500 moves above the…


NASDAQ 100 Bullidex ($QQQQ)

The NASDAQ 100 continues to fair much better than the S&P 500, exhibiting lower volatility with more rising stocks. How long this will last is undetermined, but it is best to wait for a trend change rather than anticipate it. I remain bearish on the S&P 500, and though I’m technically bullish on the NASDAQ…


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

This post is graphic heavy but the message is clear, increased shorting and liquidity are the modi operandi. Until these charts begin to print X’s, the S&P 500 is not a safe investment. Volatility is increasing relative to the number of strong performing stocks, reducing the odds of successful investment as market breadth wanes unfavorably….


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

I’m too drunk to post anything pithy and wise, but I’ll point out that the S&P 500 Bullidex rose .28% to close at 225. The S&P is technically in an uptrend, so my bias remains on the buy side. Trade smart… I’m gonna chug this water and watch some porn…


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

The S&P 500 Bullidex rose 6.26% to close at 227.4 as volatility fell relative to the number of rising stocks. This is a positive sign for investors as the investment environment grows increasingly favorable in terms of stability and odds. The bull market that began on March 10th continues to skin bears alive, and there…


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

The S&P 500 Bullidex rose 4.99% to close at 187, indicating a fall in volatility relative the the percentage of rising stocks. This is a positive signal for investors as the odds of successful investment are getting better. On the other hand, the Bullidex remains below the recent high made on April 17th, so the…


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

The S&P 500 Bullidex rose 6.71% to close at 169.4, indicating a fall in volatility relative to the percentage of rising stocks. On April 20th, the Bullidex began to register a downtrend as risks rose and the number of good stocks fell. The market is growing increasingly unfavorable for investment, so consider raising stops, cutting…


S&P 500 Bullidex ($ES_F $SPY $SPX)

On Friday the Bullidex rose 9.78% to close at 194.4, breaking the January highs! The uptrend remains intact as the bears get skinned by some ballsy bulls. There is no reason to bet on a pullback until there is some evidence of weakness. Volatility remains in a downtrend and there is an increasing number of…