Friday, April 18, 2008
Market Watch has a good article about signs of a stock market bottom. They look at five common idicators; Sentiment, New Highs/New Lows, Discretionary Spending, The TED Spread and the spread between 2 Year Treasury Notes and Fed Funds. The only one I don't watch is discretionary spending since it usually bottoms later than other indicators. All in all, a good article.
Posted by Boomer at 6:25 PM