|Citigroup Panic/Euphoria Model
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April 3, 2016: The Citigroup Panic/Euphoria Model looks at investor sentiment. These charts show data back to 1987. They show sentiment is up significantly from where I wrote on Feb. 11, 2016 "With SPY Down 14% Again, Sentiment Charts Suggest Another Tradable Low" but still remains well below historical levels as the charts below show.
Today in Barron's Weekly update of "INVESTOR SENTIMENT READINGS" for April 4, 2016, they show the data for the past year in this chart. This is a good recovery in sentiment in Citigroup's Panic/Euphoria Model but the charts below show it remains well below historical averages.
Citigroup's Panic - Euphoria Model from 1987 through today.
On March 5, 2016, Callum Thomas tweeted this graphOn March 10, 2016 John Ross Crooks III posted this chart in his blog "This Historic Chart (Still) Foreshadows a Stock Market Surge"
With SPY Down 14% Again, Sentiment Charts Suggest Another Tradable Low."
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