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Hindenburg Omen count

Market Topping Conditions

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One of the data points we follow to help us gain insight into the current condition of the stock market is called the Hindenburg Omen count. Originally created by James Miekka, its primary criteria is for at least 2.2% of stocks trading in the stock market to be both making new highs and new lows on the same days. Those days are tallied and looked at cumulatively to identify periods of divergence within a particular stock market index. The idea is that when you get disagreement within the stock market, it could mark a potential turning point. Below, is our…

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