table shows indicators related to the stock market.
Click any column heading to sort the table by that column,
and click again to reverse it. Click the "excess"
to sort the table by
indicators showing the most pessimism for the stock market;
click again to sort it by indicators showing the most
optimism. Click the
hyperlinkedName to pull up an interactive
chart for that indicator.
Daily models and indicators are usually updated by
6pm EST, except for Rydex which is usually by 10pm EST.
The "TIME FRAME" column shows the applicable time frame for each indicator:
S = Short-term (several days)
M = Medium-term (one to three months)
L = Long-term (longer than three months)
Each indicator in
the table is accompanied by an icon. That icon tells
you how extreme the indicator is relative to its recent
range. "Extremely Pessimistic" means the
indicator is showing that investors have likely already sold
and stocks should rise; "Optimistic", on the other
hand, means that the indicator is mildly suggesting investors are too
confident and stocks may fall going forward. The more
extreme the indicator, the stronger the contrary signal.