Option's Timing Indicator

By: Marty Chenard | Mon, Mar 27, 2017
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The Option's Timing Indicator showed trend lines that were down trending with the thick red line negative and below the red trend line and below  the blue trend lines. The thick red line had a small down tick. [The thick red line above the red and blue trend lines usually means that a bottoming process is trying to start, and below them has the potential of being serious trouble.]

The Options Liquidity Inflow's trend lines showed trend lines that were technically moving lower (while showing convergence) with the solid red bar a lesser negative.

The Momentum Gain/Loss Indicator had a low positive tick.

This is a Danger "possibility" with a positive bias "trying" to build stronger as seen by the convergence on the Option Timing Indicator.

SPY and Option's Timing Indicator

 


 

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