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US and EU stock indices data ingestion currently broken

An update on data ingestion and chart generation Here is a real quick update on what can currently be observed on the main website: Our main data source for US and EU stock indices changed some internals, which is why the automated data ingestion no longer works. Hence, the automatically generated charts stopped updating in June. Unfortunately we noticed very late, and now the charts for the US and EU stock indices are outdated. The charts for indices from India and all crypto-related things are not affected. What are the next steps to fix the US and EU stock indices charts? We are going to look for another data source and adapt all things accordingly. We will let you know as soon as everything is fixed.    

Dow Jones below the SMA20 again

Dow Jones below the SMA 20 again While the NASDAQ 100 loves to create new all-time highs, the Dow Jones seems to be eager to test its current trend range. Dow Jones: Technical situation Technical chart for Dow Jones created at   The Dow Jones fell through the SMA 20 line (which supported the price for more than 10 trading days), ignored the support at 35150 (see pink line in the chart) and stopped at a previously tested trendline within the bigger trend channel.    The next support is located at 34849. Since the price stopped several times at this level, it might be as well considered as a strong support area.   If the current phase of weakness should not grow into a phase of correction, it is crucial that this level will hold. After that, the limiting trendline (currently at 34540) and the lower border of the simple Envelopes (34256) could be the next targets.  From a technical point of view, the Dow Jones has potential for  0,7% - 1,5% more decline.   Market Breadth

NASDAQ 100 following a strong trendline

NASDAQ 100 following a strong trendline I've been covering the NASDAQ 100 multiple times during the last days as you've seen. The reason for this is that this leading tech index shows an incredible strength despite the Tapering discussions and the various risks which emerged during the last weeks. Together with you, I want to understand where the chances and risks are for this index. NASDAQ 100 Chart Source: The image above shows a simple NASDAQ 100 chart with the leading trendlines. As you can see, there is a corridor limited by a supporting trendline and a line which might be a resistance line. The index has touched this upper line multiple times and has been trading just beneath it for four days in a row. I believe that this trendline is of great importance and chances are high that the NASDAQ 100 will not cross it soon (just my personal opinion). At the moment, this trendline also crosses the upper border of the Envelopes, so there is even another resistance

Envelopes Indicator now available for all stock indices

Envelopes Indicator now available for all stock indices About the Envelopes indicator and how we implemented it The Envelopes indicator is a very simple, but powerful way to determine if an index is overheated or oversold (if someone knows the correct opposite of the word "overheated" please let me know..). Basically, the Envelopes are shifted copies of an SMA. On we use the SMA20, which is a fast and short-term simple moving average, and then add or subtract a few percentage points (our formula is a bit more complex, but you get the point). This provides two lines - the lower and the upper Envelope line, with each of them having a fixed distance to the middle, the SMA20. From our experience we know that the price tends to oscillate between the upper and the lower Envelope lines. Those lines act as a first line of support or resistance, maybe let's call them "soft resistance and support". Usually, the price will bounce at this li

NIFTY: Market Breadth Data added for six NIFTY indices

NIFTY stock indices from India: Market Breadth Data for six NIFTY stock indices added to our collection   With great pleasure we announce that we managed to add six stock indices from India to our collection. You can find them on our website for market breadth data (see screenshot above). What market breadth data we'll provide for the NIFTY indices We added six of the NIFTY indices, and for all of them we aim to provide the same relevant market breadth data: NIFTY 50 Advance Decline Line for NIFTY 50 Advanced vs. Declined for NIFTY 50 McClellan Oscillator for NIFTY 50 McClellan Summation Index for NIFTY 50 NIFTY 100 Advance Decline Line for NIFTY 100 Advanced vs. Declined for NIFTY 100 McClellan Oscillator for NIFTY 100 McClellan Summation Index for NIFTY 100 NIFTY 500 Advance Decline Line for NIFTY 500 Advanced vs. Declined for NIFTY 500 McClellan Oscillator for NIFTY 500 McClellan Summation Index for NIFTY 50 NIFTY NEXT 50 Advance Decline Line for NIFTY NEXT 50 Advanced vs. Dec

BCI10 Crypto Index from BitPanda what's happening right now?

BitPandas BCI 10 Crypto Index: What's happening right now? After a strong weekend for crypto, some major currencies seem to take a break from the rally. The BCI 10 Crypto Index represents 10 crypto currencies and might help us to understand: What's happening right now?   Before I start writing, let's look at the BCI10 Crypto Market Breadth data:   Source: Dissecting the Crypto Market Breadth Data Some would say crypto was overheated a bit after the last strong weekend.  The McClellan Oscillator dances with its zero line, while the McClellan Summation Index seems to have created a top. Values for this indicator are very high, comparable to the golden times from the beginning of the year. The percentage of BCI 10 members trading above their SMA 50 is very high. The percentage of BCI 10 members trading above their SMA 100 is very high. The percentage of BCI 10 members trading above their SMA 200 is continuously rising and

BitPandas BCI10 Crypto Index Market Breadth 19.08.2021

  BitPandas BCI 10 Crypto Index Market Breadth for 19.08.2021 Honestly, I thought Crypto currencies would suffer from more weakness during the last trading days. But the BCI10 and its components show an incredible strength. Market breadth data for the BCI10, however, shows a small decline for the percentage of members trading above their SMA 50. This is usually a sign that the positive trend lost some momentum. The McClellan Oscillator has been negative two days in a row, but is already showing tendency to move back to the zero line. The McClellan Summation Index is still strong.   b