Market Intelligence Center  Jan 14  Comment 
A lot of volatility, but not a lot of net movement. That's the only way to describe last week. The S&P 500 Index only gained 0.38% last week, making the five-day period something of a non-event. However, that's not to say last week wasn't...
Wall Street Journal  Sep 28  Comment 
Despite today's sell-off, one key measure of investor sentiment shows buyers are far from panicking.
Daily FX  Nov 9  Comment 
This evening's discussion centers on the trading plan for the Australian employment report. Also, NYSE TRIN offers insight into the stock market's current condition.
Daily FX  Aug 24  Comment 
Stocks rallied today but volume on the SPY was the smallest since July 28. What's more, NYSE TRIN was the lowest since August 15th. Needless to say, the internals are exceptionally weak and the larger trend remains one towards 'risk off'.
Wall Street Sector Selector  Jul 12  Comment 
The NYSE TRIN closed at 5.37, which is ridiculously high. In fact, it has closed above 5 only 12 other times since 1993. Primer: The TRIN, or Arms index, incorporates up-volume and up-issues to down-volume and down-issues for the NYSE market. It...
Benzinga  Mar 21  Comment 
The TRIN Index is just above 3, which for a strong performance seen in the equities today, is very puzzling. The Trin is a breadth oscillator which measures the internal strength, or subsequent weakness of the market. Anything above 1.0,...
Clusterstock  Jun 10  Comment 
The 'TRIN' index looks at market breadth and volume, comparing the ratio of rising and falling stocks vs. the ratio of volume between these rising and falling stocks. It's a short-term sentiment indicator, and while we've never used it, it's...
CHARTLINES (tm)  Apr 13  Comment 
Thanks again to Mike Korell of ChartsEdge for his maps for today from http://www.chartsedge.com/wp/ Maybe traders really will "finally" see some downsloping action, based on these and the ChartsEdge weekly.  We know the SPX came within one...
CHARTLINES (tm)  Mar 31  Comment 
It's good to keep an eye on various indicators and today's is no exception. The TRIN spiked well up, suggesting the market is starting to get oversold. And the McClellan Oscillator (see $NAMO chart for Nasdaq below) has been digging for a bottom...
CHARTLINES (tm)  Mar 12  Comment 
Here's a technical trio of equities market internals charts: NYAD (advance/decline), NYMO (McClellan Oscillator), and TRIN (Arms index). It's a way of looking to see the validity of the idea - from Terry Laundry's T Theory and other sources -...



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