Why the Breadth Divergence May Not Be Bearish

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While the conventional view of negative breadth divergences is bearish, it isn’t necessarily correct. The bearish consequences of a negative breadth divergence can take over a year to be realized.
What is covered in the Full Insight:
  • Introduction
  • Case of Bad Breadth
  • Persistent Divergences
  • Question of Leadership
  • Waiting for the Sell Signal
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Cam Hui
Cross-Asset Strategist & Quantitative Analyst
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United StatesMulti-AssetCross Asset Strategy
  • Why the Breadth Divergence May Not Be Bearish
    24 Jun 2024