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Updated ETF Power Ratio – July 13th, 2018

Here's the update for July 2018 - The Power Ratio (global) remains Bearish - But USA remains quite strong for now

 

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7 Comments

  1. Ken Witt says:

    It would be helpful to repeat the column headings above each section for reference and at the very end.
    One at the beginning (top) is not enough. Have to scroll back up to refresh one’s memory of what that column heading is.

    1. Mark Soberman says:

      Hey Ken, that’s a good idea. Let me see if the developer can get that accomplished. Thanks.

  2. Thomas says:

    Very interesting. Thank you.

  3. brian garnett says:

    If I use the power ration for investments – should I use weekly or wait for monthly figures for the medium/long term basis?
    thanks

    1. Mark Soberman says:

      Brian, I would suggest you combine this with the individual rankings of your specific ETF. Keep in mind, even a negative/bearish Power Score (like we just entered) can have some ETFs still very much in bullish territory. This is definitely a clear sign that despite some recent strength in areas, there are more under than overperforming ETFs. But, that still means some are and have headed higher. I would typically suggest tightening up stops, and watching the Power Scores very closely of your individual ETF. Thanks.

  4. brian garnett says:

    Thanks – if you are not stopped out do you exit when the PS and LT both go negative?

    1. Mark Soberman says:

      Brian – yes, that’s correct – if both of those roll negative I’m out.

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