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Money Managers Not Too Bearish…Yet: This Week’s NAAIM Survey

  via NAAIM: The green line shows the close of the S&P 500 Total Return Index on the survey date. The purple line depicts a two-week moving average of the NAAIM managers’ responses. The NAAIM Number 64.39 Last Quarter Average 71.96 Download Excel file with data since inception » Date NAAIM Number Mean/Average Bearish Quart1 Quart2 Quart3 Bullish Deviation 10/24/12 64.39 -125 50.00 70.00 95.00 170 59.78 10/17/12 65.38 -160 48.75 85.50 100.00 170 71.78 10/10/12 64.59 -125 30.00 80.00 100.00 175 66.48 10/03/12 76.03 -125 50.75 95.00 100.00 200 57.27 09/26/12 69.75 -125 48.00 80.00 100.00 175 56.02 09/19/12 81.19 -125 70.00 95.00 102.50 175 52.94 09/12/12 72.99 -125 60.00 76.00 100.00 170 50.12 09/05/12 77.43 -125 55.00 80.00 100.00 200 50.15 08/29/12 82.89 -10 60.00 80.00 100.00 200 40.67 08/22/12 69.21 -125 40.00 80.00 100.00 200 59.57 NAAIM member firms who are active money managers are asked each week ...

Where Is The Market Heading? AKA: Potential Support Levels

The broad market indices tend to line up nicely with Fibonacci support  levels. Traders, and especially algo traders, like to use these points as potential reversal points. Fibonacci Retracement defined via Investopedia: Definition of 'Fibonacci Retracement' A term used in technical analysis that refers to areas of support (price stops going lower) or resistance (price stops going higher). ...

Tuesday AM Reads

Bernanke says he's done in 2014 - BusinessInsider Facebook’s Slowing Sales Growth Shows Mobile-Ad Struggle - Bloomberg How the Volcker Rule could force S&P to lower ratings on banks - Dealbreaker Latest in mortgage fraud: Flopping - CNN The New Iron Man 3 Trailer is out - Marvel   Obama vs Romney: The Day After - Intrade Data  

What Money Managers Are Thinking This Week

via: National Association of Active Investment Managers The green line shows the close of the S&P 500 Total Return Index on the survey date. The purple line depicts a two-week moving average of the NAAIM managers’ responses. The NAAIM Number 65.38 Last Quarter Average 71.96 Download Excel file with data since inception » Date NAAIM Number Mean/Average Bearish Quart1 Quart2 Quart3 Bullish Deviation 10/17/12 65.38 -160 48.75 85.50 100.00 170 71.78 10/10/12 64.59 -125 30.00 80.00 100.00 175 66.48 10/03/12 76.03 -125 50.75 95.00 100.00 200 57.27 09/26/12 69.75 -125 48.00 80.00 100.00 175 56.02 09/19/12 81.19 -125 70.00 95.00 102.50 175 52.94 09/12/12 72.99 -125 60.00 76.00 100.00 170 50.12 09/05/12 77.43 -125 55.00 80.00 100.00 200 50.15 08/29/12 82.89 -10 60.00 80.00 100.00 200 40.67 08/22/12 69.21 -125 40.00 80.00 100.00 200 59.57 08/15/12 76.26 -75 53.75 85.00 100.00 175 42.60 NAAIM member firms who are active money ...

Friday Morning Reads

The Real Story Of The Devastating Currency Collapse That Still Haunts Europe Today -BusinessInsider Weekly Unemployment Claims at 388K, Correcting Last Week's Anomaly -dshort AT&T Joins Verizon in Sending Piracy Alerts to Customers - Bloomberg 8 states with the best 529 plans - InvestmentNews 1987: A Computer Lesson Still Unlearned - NYTimes Excerpt:Why I Left Goldman Sachs - Dealbreaker

Thursday Morning Reads

(image via  Mike_fleming) A few articles I found of interest this morning: Morgan Stanley's Billion Dollar Loss - Marketwatch U.S. to Get Downgraded Amid Fiscal ‘Theater,’ Pimco Says - Bloomberg RIP ThinkEquity - WSJ Is the consumer coming back? - BusinessInsider Are we in a "rational" bubble? - Minyanville Revenge of the Nerds, Wall St Edition - TheStreet Another 1987 market crash? - Michael Belkin ...

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