Changing mkt behaviour

I meant to post this up on the weekend, but didn’t get around to it.

A phenomenon during the big surge in the S&P that coincided with the panic over Europe was the daily pattern of the S&P rallying once Europe had gone home and the threat of hideous European headline tape-bombs had receded for the day. Seems to be playing out opposite now, the S&P seems to be making a habit of falling once Europe closes for the day. Anyone else noticed this? Dunno what it means, but a notable change (well, noted by me anyway) in mkt behaviour nonetheless …

 

 

 

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