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Quotes - S&P Utility Sector Index (^IXU):

Advance/Decline Sentiment


     

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S&P Utility Index A/D Sentiment Indicator

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Date:
A/D Vol Ratio:
A/D Iss Ratio:
Sentiment:
10/08/2014


Extremely
Positive
10/09/2014


Extremely
Negative
10/10/2014


Positive
 
10/13/2014


Neutral
 
10/14/2014


Positive
 
10/15/2014


Strongly
Negative
10/16/2014


Neutral
 
10/17/2014


Positive
 
  • The S&P Utility Index (^IXU) Advance/Decline Sentiment in the table above is based on S&P Utility Index Advance/Decline Issues and Volume ratios.
  • The S&P Utility Index sentiment is based on the daily data. We recommend that you compare current day sentiment with the sentiment of the past few days when the daily bar is completed after the market has closed.
  •  S&P Utility Index sentiment can be described as being:
     - Extremely Negative -
     - Strongly Negative
     - Negative
     - Negative to neutral
     - Neutral to negative
     - Neutral
     - Clearly Neutral
     - Neutral
     - Neutral to positive
     - Positive to neutral
     - Positive
     - Strongly Positive
    nbsp;- Extremely Positive
  • The S&P Utility Index sentiment has been classified in categories that range from "Extremely Negative" to "Extremely Positive" based on the historical probability of a reversal where
    - "Extremely Negative" indicates an extremely oversold market as a result of extreme panic selling with a high probability of a reversal upwards;
    - "Neutral" indicates a stable trend;
    - "Extremely Positive" indicates an extremely overbought market as a result of extremely greedy buying with a high probability of a downward reversal.
  •  You can always compare current S&P Utility Index sentiment readings to similar previous readings in the S&P Utility Index historical data (use our "Advance/Decline Ratio Calculator") and check our S&P Utility Index charts to see how often this reading has led to a trend reversal.
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