Part of my overall strategy in deciding the level of exposure in the market will have to deal with Market Psychology, Valuation and Technical.
Certain markers that I use to determine whether to add more or not will be the price vs the 50 day and 200 day moving averages and MACD reaction.
This is a 5 year chart and investors in late 2008 will have been happy. We are at a stage where easy money probably have been made, and the PMO seems to be still humming along.
The EMAs are still spread out nicely on a long term charts. It takes a lot of price changes to result in the 20 day EMA or 50 day EMA to cut the 200 day and it is a delay signal.
Shall remain vested but vigilant
Very short term price looks very overextended and w are near november highs. Interesting times. We should see a short term pull back but I like the look on the PMO around 0 for short term. It shows plenty of opportunity to move up.
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