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Urban Carmel Dec 20
Total put/call spiked to 1.82 today, the highest (by far) in more than 20 years. Below are prior spikes over 1.5 since 1995; generally, a bounce, but more than a few then failed (arrows)
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Urban Carmel Dec 20
Replying to @ukarlewitz
This is the drawback to single day readings, which is why we generally prefer 10-20 day MAs for a better longer term view
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Urban Carmel Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
Equity-only put/call 10-day MA
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Art Framke Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
That is the type of extreme technical reading that I was looking for to indicate a tradeable bottom, I would also assume an epic type bounce rally could develop from these levels considering this indicator.
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tdsurf Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
but first... 2200?
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Dak Trading (Options & Market Data Screener) Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
30 Day Avg Option Flow Sentiment: Bullish - $358,689,283 - 47% Bearish - $411,765,085 - 53%
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Jesse Livermore Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
SPX dropped 300 points since you start touting on this P/C ratio thing. In the world of real money where we die and survive each day, unfortunately this is considered a garbage
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Urban Carmel Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
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mcr Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
Dont fight the fed is your non trigger
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mcr Dec 25
Replying to @ukarlewitz
Go back and look at 2007/2008 bear rallies, they were all from increases in bearish sentiment and an event from fed and/or treasury dept on easier money. No easy money, no rally.
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Urban Carmel Dec 26
Replying to @ukarlewitz
term structure spike (lower panel). Note the down momentum pattern in (upper panel)
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PO Dec 26
Replying to @ukarlewitz
Interesting given carnage vix not seriously more elevated then it is. Maybe Jerome Powell knows what he's doing after all
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john flannigan Dec 26
Replying to @ukarlewitz
Excellent !!!
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John Faig Dec 26
Replying to @ukarlewitz
Seems like ATR is indicating a bottom, but the IV rank still has a little more to go.
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MysteryBaller Dec 26
Replying to @PO67910065 @ukarlewitz
anyone who raises rates when commodities are crashing doesn't know what he's doing. he's on autopilot with few brain cells imo
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