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This Monday is Presidents day. Last Friday's stats were very weak (but we closed up anyways) and the post holiday stats are also weak. However, given the extensive damage we've already done this month, I'm inclined to side with throwing the stats out. Also, over the past 4 years, SPX closed up on Tuesday.
SPX’s Week 7 ranks as the 9th best week within the 13-week 1st quarter period (COLD)
__10th best winning ratio
Updated Today at 05:50 AM by JTH
Kicking off February with a wonderfully horrible week, this was the S&P 500's 4th worst Week 5 over the past 66 years, here’s the bottom 10
SPX’s Week 6 ranks as the 9th best week within the 13-week 1st quarter period (COLD)
__3rd best winning ratio
__12th best positive
Updated 02-06-2016 at 08:33 PM by JTH
Wrapping up a wonderfully horrible month, for the S&P 500, this was the 8th worst January over the past 66 years, here’s the bottom 10
For the Monthly, Weekly, and Daily timeframes, usually the charts
Updated 01-30-2016 at 11:29 AM by JTH
Trading day of the week: Previously, I've only been posting 5 trading days of data to keep the percentile data tables visible. Problem is, this doesn't leave much room for the user to forecast ahead, so I've increased from 5 to 10 trading days, and replaced the percentile data tables with their actually ranking.
The indexes and categories are ranked against themselves (not against each other) As an example, the day with the highest winning ratio will be marked #1, this means
Updated 01-30-2016 at 10:29 AM by JTH
After 3 straight weeks down, it was good to put a stop to the downslide (although the volatility still does exist).
SPX’s week 4 ranks as the 3rd best week within the 13-week 1st quarter period (HOT)
3rd best winning ratio
3rd best positive average gains
3rd best average gains
8th best negative average gains
W4500’s week 4 ranks as the 10th best week within the 13-week 1st quarter period (COLD)
Updated 01-24-2016 at 06:51 AM by JTH