Global Safe-Haven Index (SHIX):

Our risk indicator has been enhanced with the inclusion of four new factors, which takes the total inputs to eight.

They now include:

1. Gold Futures
2. TLT ETF (Bonds)
3. Japanese Currency Index
4. Swiss Currency Index
5. S&P Low Volatilty ETF
6. iShares Emerging Markets ETF (Inverse)
7. USDKRW ( US Dollar / Korean Won) - Trade War Component
8. Copper Futures (Inverse) - Global Growth & Trade War Component

Technically, the price has broken the incline support gong back to April, with RSI and MACD in a bearish trend while the price has shifted to below the near term moving averages.
What is this index indicating?

If it goes high, does it indicates the market would collapse?
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Lester_Davids BubbleBubblePop
@BubbleBubblePop, It indicates the demand for safe-haven assets. The higher it goes, the more demand for safe haven assets such as Gold, Yen, Treasuries. Naturally one could expect that equities would then be out of favour and decline.
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