What Is The Dow Jones Industrials Average Today? Is IT Trending UP
What Is The Dow Jones Industrials Average Today: Is IT Trending UP

What Is The Dow Jones Industrials Average Today: Is IT Trending UP

What Is The Dow Jones Industrials Average Today

What Is The Dow Jones Industrials Average Today

 Forget about the Dow Jones Industrials are doing today and focus on the long term outlook.  Astute investors focus on the long term trend and not the short term noise.  Before we continue lets, look at what we said back in Jan of 2020.

Put your personal feelings aside and understand this simple fact. No bull market has ever ended on a note of fear; it has always ended on a note of extreme joy. Market Update Jan 19, 2020

That’s the main theme you should walk away with after reading this report and all the reports that were sent out this month. The second thing to keep in mind is that the experiment of keeping the crowd in a state of uncertainty has worked marvellously.

This ploy is going to be used with increasing frequency in every imaginable situation. In any given case, so much data is going to be provided that individuals from both camps (left or right, bull or bear, etc.) will have enough fodder to back up their claims/assertions. Most of this data will fall under the category of “rubbish” but we can already see that most people don’t vet the info they get. They falsely assume the opinion wenches masquerading as reporters have vetted the data.


Long Term Outlook for The Dow Jones Industrials

Insiders have been using this massive pullback to purchase shares, and one way to measure the intensity of their buying is to check the sell to buy ratio. Any reading  2.00 is considered normal, and below 0.90 is considered as exceptionally bullish. So what do you think the current ratio is; well, it’s at a mind-numbing 0.35, which means these guys are backing up the truck and purchasing shares.

So what are the readings today? Based on very heavy transaction volume, Vickers’ benchmark NYSE/ASE One-Week Sell/Buy Ratio is 0.33, and the Total one-week reading is 0.35. Insiders are not just buying shares, they are devouring shares. Insiders behaved in a similar fashion in late-December 2018, after stocks crashed on Christmas Eve; in early 2016, when stocks also corrected; and in late 2008/early 2009, at the depths of the Great Recession correction. Those were spectacular times to buy stocks. Insiders seem to be telling us that today offers a similar opportunity.  https://yhoo.it/2TV0cE2


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