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BETS -20: Neutral, Cash Position

Special note: We were advised by Stock Charts last weekend that their data vendor will no longer be supplying the TICK and TICKQ data as of October 2nd. As two key components of the BETS, we are now looking around for alternate sources since the Wall Street Journal and Barron's also discontinued this important near term breadth information back in June of this year. For the sake of consistency then, we are now counting both the cumulative TICK and TICKQ as "neutral" until we get a final resolution to this hurdle as we move forward. We have also decided not to include the TICK and TICKQ charts in the standard array to avoid any confusion. At this early stage, we believe we have found an alternative source for the TICK but not the TICKQ. If there is anyone reading this that knows of how to grab this daily information for little or no cost, please share your knowledge within this thread or write me privately at fib_1618@technicalwatch.com Thank you in advance.

Also included with this week's BETS data is a request from one of our subscribers for the longer term chart going back to inception. This updated historic chart of the BETS is provided below for additional study. 

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