according to IBD – “The Nasdaq composite ended with a gain of 1.5%. But the blemish to the gain was that the index met with some selling pressure as it approached the 7500 level. The index’s 200-day moving average currently sits around 7520. The Nasdaq closed in the upper half of Monday’s range, but it ended just below the 50-day moving average.”
The On Balance Volume (OBV) on QLD is not convincing – it is just above the levels on Nov 9th 2018 which is 59.337 Million as opposed to yesterday which was 59.786 million. no divergence (this divergence was exactly seen on Nov 7th 2018 at 62.335 million which was much below at similar QLD price levels on 10/22 when then OBV was 67.719 million)
then the market fell from 7500 Levels on Nov 7th to 6900 levels on Nov 20th – a drop off 600 points because of volume pumping up the price was not intense. OBV would indicate that very clearly.
according to IBD – “The Dow Jones and S&P 500 each added 1.1%, closing bullishly above their 50-day moving averages. Preliminary data showed volume on the NYSE coming in about 10% lower than Friday’s total. Nasdaq turnover was close to Friday’s.”
but for NASDAQ the cortical level of 7500 is not crossed.
Market is in rally but preserve capital and profits