Thursday, April 29, 2010

Rydex Market Timers: What Are They Up To?

This report was from Monday night, and it was sent to those subscribers who pay for the Premium Content.

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Several points about the Rydex asset data over the past couple of weeks:

1) Intermediate term measures, as measured by the indicator in figure 6 in the report, are pointing towards a market top.

2) Shorter term measures, such as the leveraged bulls to leveraged bears ratio in figure 1, have been moderately helpful in positioning for the day to day action. However, on Monday, the value of this ratio spiked higher with very little pullback in prices. This kind of "all in" is rarely rewarded, and on Tuesday it wasn't.

3) But here we are on Thursday and follow through for the bears has been non-existent. In other words, the bears have been unable to string together a couple of days, yet on the other hand, the bulls have not been rewarded as well.

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Rydex Report for 4.27.10

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