The upmove during the week regressed most Indicators to their mean, even Gold commercials shorted less, although still high, as gold makes a 7-week low.
My favorite Bull/Bear survey - the AAII individual investor poll- skewed to the Bull (complacent) side, as the two week totals showed 35% to 40 to 47 last week; Bears slid from 32% to 20, down to 17.
Here are the numbers:
|New Hi's/Low's||Nasdaq h/l||263/84||259/125|
|AAII -Bull :wed.||47||40|
|COT:SPX w/w||large/small (net)k||4k/(9k)||3k/(7k)|
|off.&bd b/s.vs.||10% holder b/s||.160:15||.160:50|
|US equity -ICI||Fund Flows||WeekDelay||0|
|MMF flows||Change in $B||(9.0B)||4.3B|
|MargDebt- top (300M)||monthly||na||na|
|2-yr Tsy Yield: Inflation||0.64%||0.65%|
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