A Down Day After A Persistent Upmove To New Highs

By Rob Hanna

One compelling study from last night’s Quantifinder suggested the recent persistent upmove is unlikely to abruptly end. (This is a theme we have seen many times over the years.) It considers what happens after the market moves up at least 5 days in a row to a 50-day high, and then pulls back. I have updated the stats in the table below.

2018-01-11

We see here a decent edge that becomes stronger and more consistent as you look out over the next several days. The 9-10 day time frame shows exceptional stats. Traders may want to keep this in mind over the next few days.

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