When it breaks the trend, I guess that means economic crash, aka US/Global Economy bubble burst, aka worse than 2008 crash.
Fascinating. Thanks for sharing this.
I don't get the methology of just multiplying them together without any kind of normalization, but damn if that trend doesn't seem to be holding as a good bounce area.
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gurple isosphere
I guess it means, "Hey, 'now' might be a good time to figure out which of these constituents *might* be worth using for a trade setup."
Wolgor isosphere
@isosphere, Not sure if I'm right but I think you get a log chart instead of a linear when you just add it together.
@isosphere, In fact, this is just a summation of the change percentage of the stock. Suppose today they all start at 1, and change 1 percent, or 0.01 in price, then by Taylor's expansion, (1+0.01)(1+0.01)(1+0.01)(1+0.01)(1+0.01) is approximately 1+0.01*5 = 1.05. They totally changed 5%, roughly 0.05.
Things will get very interest when it breaks the trend line!
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Hi Jesse. I'm not sure I really understand the value of multiplying together the share prices of each of these companies. Might you be able to explain your rationalization about why this is useful and what it potentially indicates?

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@gurple, I'm also curious as to what this methodology is supposed to indicate.
Would love to see the TD count on that!
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