There are numerous assets available for trading. Here we look beyond tickers and analyze what may cause changes in valuations.
The Total US Market Capitalization Constitues 180% of GDP
The market continues to be pumped with cheap money. Total market capitalization is breaking all the records in the history of the US GDP.
S&P 500 Buy/Sell Ratio Is Very Low Despite a Market Rebound, Insiders Don't Want to Buy this Correction
Insiders don't want to buy despite the market corrections in March and April.
September Was the Worst Month Ever for Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), Microsoft (MSFT), Facebook (FB) and Alphabet (GOOGL)
The largest companies spearheaded the fall in the S&P 500, losing 8% to 16% of their market cap in less than a month.
S&P 500 (SPX) in the Q4 Should Perform Well, 7.3% Average Return Based on Historical Data
In addition, the presidential cycle also has a positive effect.
The Federal Reserve's Balance Sheet Has Grown 7-fold Since the 2008 crisis.
At the moment, there is a lot of liquidity in the financial markets and all due to the fact that the Federal Reserve has inflated the balance sheet 7 times.
Equal Weighted S&P 500 (SPXEW) and FAAMG Did Not Overcome the Correction Gap, Bulls Are Not Yet in Control of the Market
Andrew Thrasher states it is the sign of buyers not yet being in control of the market.
US Dollar (DXY) Will Have A Correction After a Massive Rebound, the Trader Thinks
The US dollar is recovering contrary to other reserve currencies after a massive fall. Traders expect a correction.
The Federal Reserve's Activity of Buying Corporate Bonds Is Growing
The Federal government is ramping up economic stimulus while continuing to buy corporate bonds from the market.
Federal Reserve Should Raise the Rates Now or It Will Never Does It, Sven Henrich Thinks
A Central Bank's official said on Wednesday that the Federal Reserve does not expect to raise interest rates from zero until inflation exceeds the 2% inflation
S&P 500 (SPX) Index Corrected by 10% Despite the Absence of Investors' Fear and with No Put/Call Ratio Spikes
The index continues to fall despite the record low put/call options ratio, which is abnormal for a correcting market.
S&P 500 (SPX) Insider Selling Hits a Peak, and Insiders Are Not Ready to Buy Yet
This time, insiders guessed very accurately the moment to sell and it coincided with the market peak.
Total Retail Sales Returned to Pre-Pandemic Numbers
The published data on the US trade sector shows a recovery to pre-pandemic values. Here is what an expert thinks about it.
Single Stock Options Volume Outpaced the Regular Stocks Volume, Risk of Volatility Growth
Retail Investors Go All-In Outperforming the Big Traders
This is usually observed before the onset of a bearish trend.
Call/Put Option Ratio for the S&P 100 (OEX) Stocks Is at the All-Time High, Signaling the Hype Is not Over Yet
Option volume ratio for the 100 biggest companies is the highest in history
Volatility Index (VIX) Goes Down to 28% after 2 Weeks of Uninterrupted Growth
Nasdaq (NDX) Went from All-Time High to the Correction in Just 3 Days, but Historical Data Predicts Huge Gains in the Next 6 Months
The Nasdaq 100 (NDX) Is Close to Its 50-Day Moving Average Support Line That Could Determine the Future of the Market
New resistance on the way of the bearish trend that has snowed Big Tech under.
Retail Investors Go All-In and Trade with Leverage, Which Is a Sign of the Market Correction
Risky option trading leads to the growth 0f market volatility, which is a sign of the imminent market correction.