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Even though it’s an exclusive feature for Diamond members, the grid feature in SlopeCharts is something I wanted to mention again for a couple of reasons. First, we’ve enhanced the grid feature so that it handles drawn objects intelligently (we had suppressed them before). Second, there are some pretty cool analogs going on I wanted to share below.
So, as the bulls pat themselves on the back for holding all the way down last year for a 20% draw down so that they can “enjoy” the rally we got in 2019, I hope they don’t hurt their arms and shoulders from all their back-patting. But, they may be in for a dose of realism when they realize that the market has now been completely flat for the last twelve months.
Allow me to show you a simple fact that should make bulls feel like they have exerted a lot of energy and worry, only to be completely flat over the last year. (And, yes, I am going to use a date from the middle of this past week for a reason). On August 14th of 2018, the SPX closed at 2839.96. And, now, one year later, on August 14th, 2019, the SPX closed at 2840.60.