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Current breadth ratio for NYSE (at 11:15 Eastern) is a little over 9:1 and NASDAQ at 6.5:1...bears be your stops!!


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Arthur Hill provided a VERY GOOD vid on various ways to measure Breadth Thrusts using SC.  The vid is 30 mins, but the 'pertinent info' is in the first 1/2 of the vid.  Personally, I almost always adjust video-speed to play faster.

Anyway, I highly recommend this for SC users who are interested in charting Breadth Thrust, adv/decl percents, or 90% days (9:1 A/D or U/D volume).

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