My Sentiment extremes this week include a negative New High to New Low ratio - the first since the August '04 lows which included a Selling Climax of 1:14 ratio; The McClellan Oscillator bounced off its Buy-signal low of -100 last week ending at -77, and the Summation went negative. Invest.Intell. Bears zoomed up to 27.8 a recent high of fear, and the AAII survey inverted to 23.2/41.9, Bulls to Bears. The Bullish Percent, however, advanced down another Pt.& Fig.box in its Sell column - a Buy signal is still a ways off.
Corporate cash rose to a record 14%, and some OTC stocks are announcing dividends (AMAT, LRSX, NVLS in techland) in the quest for what to do with all this money?
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