Saturday, April 17, 2010

Market Sentiment this week

Indices

S&P 500 1,192.13 -.19%

DJIA 11,018.66 +.19%

NASDAQ 2,481.26 +1.11%

Russell 2000 714.62 +1.66%

Wilshire 5000 12,318.83 +.02%

Russell 1000 Growth 530.95 +.17%

Baltic Dry Index 3,001 +2.70%

VIX 17.96 +13.03%

ISE Sentiment Index 102.0 -44.86%

Total Put/Call .87 +22.54%

NYSE Arms 2.42 +88.68%


NYSE Cumulative A/D Line +91,474 +3.55%

Bloomberg New Highs-Lows Index +1,208 +421

Bloomberg Crude Oil % Bulls 44.0 +46.67%

CFTC Oil Net Speculative Position +113,364 -11.53%

CFTC Oil Total Open Interest 1,392,323 +3.64%

Total Put/Call .85 +23.19%

OEX Put/Call 1.31 +10.08%

NYSE Arms 3.01 +267.07%

Volatility(VIX) 18.36 +13.75%

G7 Currency Volatility (VXY) 10.94 -1.08%


Advancing Sectors

Semis +5.09%
Education +4.48%
Defense +3.83%
Disk Drives +3.79%
Networking +3.01%

Waning Sectors

Agriculture -2.77%
REITs -3.46%
Coal -3.68%
Steel -4.15%
Gold -5.13%

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