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Features: Market Breadth and Timing

Gauging Market Direction: Market Breadth Data

Fourth Quarter 2012 by Wayne A. Thorp

Market breadth indicators can give you a feel for how widely the full range of stocks is participating in a market movement.

Masonson's Stock Market Dashboard, Version 2

Second Quarter 2012 by CI Staff

A revision of Leslie Masonson’s dashboard approach to gauging market direction.

Staying in Front of the Market With the “Stock Market Dashboard”

February 2011 by Wayne A. Thorp

Leslie Masonson believes that monitoring changes in market direction allows you to see exactly where it is going. His Stock Market Dashboard uses a combination of freely available indicators that signal when to buy, sell or stay on the sidelines.

Buy-and-Hold Versus Market Timing

Third Quarter 2010 by Wayne A. Thorp

A look at Theodore Wong’s research into building a moving average crossover system and testing it against a buy-and-hold approach.

Gauging Market Trends: Market Breadth Data

May/June 2002 by Wayne A. Thorp

How to "read" the market to determine when trends are forming.

Market Sentiment

May/June 2001 by Wayne A. Thorp

A look at surveys and indicators that measure where the market has been or where it is headed.