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US Major Market Sentiment: the Bulls Vs. the Bears

Posted by: : Paul EbelingPosted on: February 3, 2014 US Major Market Sentiment: the Bulls Vs. the Bears

US Major Market Sentiment: the Bulls Vs. the Bears

Sentiment Indicators

VIX: 17.29; -0.06

VXN: 18.65; -0.04

VXO: 15.78; -0.8

Put/Call Ratio (PCR)  CBOE: 0.83; -0.14

the Bulls Vs the Bears


The Big Q: when everyone is Bullish, and has put all their capital to work, where does money come from to drive the market come from? .

Note: the extreme Bullishness we are seeing we last saw in Y 2007 at the crash, in early Y 2005 too.

The Bulls are at  53.1% Vs 57.6 last.

For your reference: The last time we saw the Bulls at  35%, the mark for Bullishness, was in early June 2012 when this rally started.

The Bears are at 15.3% Vs 15.1 last, holding  steady basically for the 3rd wk running.

For your reference: over 35% is the mark to be really be a good Northside indicator. Bearishness hit a 5 yr high at 54.4% the last week of October 2008. The move over 50 took Bearish sentiment to its highest mark since Y 1995. Extreme negative sentiment for sure.

Stay tuned…


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Paul Ebeling

Pattern Recognition Analyst, equities, commodities, forex
Paul Ebeling is best known for his work as writer and publisher of “The Red Roadmaster’s Technical Report” on the US Major Market Indices™, a highly-regarded, weekly financial market letter, where he enjoys an international audience among opinion makers, business leaders, and respected organizations. Something of a pioneer in online stock market and commodities discussion and analysis, Ebeling has been online since 1994. He has studied and worked in the global financial and stock markets since 1984.

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