The MrTopStep Imbalance Meter proved its worth yet again today. As Danny Riley talked about in the Closing Print video, the S&P 500 rallied to a new high of 1694. Then there was a drop, the profit-taking one would expect after a new high. But after such a sharp run up of 13 handles, few would have predicted a drop of 13 handles right afterwards.
But the MIM was showing 94% to the sell side. And sure enough, the market continued selling off, retracing those same 13 handles.
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We want to remind you that the MIM is much more than an indicator and should be used differently than an indicator. It represents a whole new area of data science and algorithm design. You can’t just buy on a green light and sell on a red light, not that you ever should. But as we saw today, knowledge can be power.