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S&P 500

Irrational exuberance, indeed

June 23, 2010

Here's an amusing chart showing the percent of stocks that sell-side analysts have rated "sells", on average: There's a million junk-chart bloggers who will tell you how much is wrong with this graph (myself included) - starting with the left hand scale, which should go up to 10% rather than 100%. But in a rare […]

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The mysterious case of the SPX spike

April 23, 2009

Get out your tin foil hats, there's something sinister afoot! Zero Hedge, a blog which has been getting an astounding amount of press lately (in particular because of this rumor) posted the following picture this afternoon "without commentary" (please note I recreated their image to use EST times): This is called a volume-at-price chart, or […]

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