Definition of a Distribution Day in the Stock Market

I have been asked by many of my students the definition of a Distribution day in the Stock market. A Distribution day is a decline of at least 0.2% in higher volume. This signifies that the Institutional Big investors are “distributing” shares or in other words liquidating their positions. When we have more than 4 […]

Why Did the Stock Market Sell off So Hard? $QQQ

Does the stock market really need a reason. Just look at Sonic. They reported good earnings and the stock tanked. One key has been the preponderance of Distribution days. They have been in the 6 range in both the SPY and QQQ. Caution should be exercised at this juncture and trades should have exact pre […]

Stock Market Selloff with a Gold Move Up From a Trend Following Perspective $SPY $GLD $GDXJ

The stock market sold off which is not surprising considering the back ground of rising interest rates, 7 distribution days on the SP 500 and 6 on the Nasdaq as well as 61.6% of all investment advisors are bullish. This bullishness is a 6 year high and we all know the masses always get it […]