It’s Saturday Morning Chartoons time. You can read more about the reasoning behind this post here.
We’re just interested in aggregating all of the charts we put together throughout the week and organizing them all into one, easy to flip through deck.
One thing that stood out to me this week was this table of new highs and new lows. It’s a great way to visualize what’s going on underneath the surface:
I also see here how investors have way too much exposure to stocks, compared to historical measures. We’re seeing this in other sentiment data too.
But here’s the Household Asset Allocation Stocks vs Bonds ratio:
And finally, I came across this old gem to remind us how important relative strength is for stocks and sectors in the market. Or in this case, a lack of relative strength.
There were plenty of warning signs in financials, particularly Lehman and Bear Stearns before the S&P500 ultimately peaked in October of 2007.Lost Password?