Daily NYSE McClellan Oscillator Chart

NYSE McClellan Oscillator

 

Lumber Gets Its Mojo Back

 
weekly Chart In Focus

Back on March 22, I wrote here about how the price of lumber had lost its ability to correctly foretell several economic data series which tend to follow in lumber’s footsteps.  The big blowoff move up to the May 2018 top at 639, where lumber stayed for about a nanosecond, has not been getting replicated in the other data related to housing.  My explanation of this is that it was not a pure supply/demand event, with messaging about what lies ahead for the other data series.  It was, instead,... Read More

 

 

NYSE: 04/18/2019

 Issues Volume(000s)
Advances 1430   1721615
Declines 1493   1643145
Difference -63   78470
10% Trend 216 . 051 157459
5% Trend 264 . 297 211583
McC OSC -48 . 246 -54124
PRIOR McC OSC -34 . 466 -52354
SUMM Index 4077 . 176 2602953
PRIOR SUMM Index 4125 . 422 2657078
A-D for OSC UNCH 168   103 *
A-D for OSC=0 1133   1186 *
*million shares
 
DJIA Close 26559.54
PRIOR Close 26449.54
DJIA CHG 110.00
DOW Price OSC 263.33
PRIOR DOW Price OSC 256.68
Price OSC UNCH'D 26472.19
 
 
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