Market Risk Assessment: Hausse

The Stock Market has natural fluctuations and is a zero-sum game, which means that the situation in which each participant's gain or loss of utility is exactly balanced by the losses or gains of the utility of the other participants. Imagine that there are 100 stock traders in the market. What happens, when 90 of all those traders are positive and only 10 are negative traders? The market will be unbalanced and at some point it will go down.

Euphoric markets are often followed by deep falls, while markets who are balanced may have long and steady periodic gains. Below here are shown several ways of measuring the market risk. Some of those charts will give you and idea on how short-term and long-term market works. Don't let the common marketing psychology become your foe. Use it in your advantage like the professional stock traders do.

* Stocks with daily fluidity below 1 million USD have not been calculated yet.

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Last Day Indicators

Indicator Value Comment
Short term Score Hausse 50.91
Market Liquidity 100 415.31 Liquidity topping
Pivot Hausse 40.35
Hausse RSI 14 56.16
Hausse RSI 21 58.38
Hausse MV 7 54.12
Hausse MV 35 69.05

Last Day Indicators - By Sector

Sector Value Comment
Healthcare 41.62%
Basic Materials 37.14%
Services 40.29%
Financial 51.24%
Technology 33.93%
Industrial Goods 47.89%
Consumer Goods 33.76%
Utilities 34.09%
Conglomerates 0.00%


Values that are above 70 mean that the risk is heavily increased and you can expect more volatility (daily movements). Periodically the stocks and the market may rise fast and even out in the long-term while being overbought or overvalued, but it may also change extremely quick. The indicators that are presented on this page will give you an idea about the direction of the market, and the previous behavior of stocks may tell you something about what to expect in the near future.