S&P 500 Facts You Don’t See In The News

We have our first snow here in Northeast Ohio today. The weather has definitely changed. It has been very cold all week. I know this because I can see the snow and feel the chill when I am outside. But observing the conditions of the stock market are not as easy. There are many opinions to sift through, some informed and others just loud.

So when I look at the market I try to look at the one truth: price. Price can tell a lot as it reflects the current consensus of all market views. How price action gets filtered is how we are influenced and biased into particular views. So today I want to present several items around price without any filter. Here is the data set for you to make your own assessment.

The S&P 500 is up nearly 8% from its October 29th low.

The October 29th low was a higher low following a higher high on weekly and monthly charts.

The S&P 500 is back over its 200 day SMA.

The S&P 500 closed over its October 16th bounce making a higher high.

Deep levels of the MACD (momentum) have reversed and it is rising.

RSI (also momentum) made a higher low on October 29th and is now near the bullish zone.

The Bollinger Bands® are opening as price rises to the top of them.