INDEX:S1TH   S&P 100 Stocks Above 200-Day Average
the S1TH             dipped below the 65 % line on Wednesday ,before closing above it again at 69.30% . However , two of the supportive indicators are negative. Also the volatility is EXTREMELY high, 19.5 % so far.

When I first published this strategy three years back, I described it as a strategy for conservative investors. so due to the high volatility in the market and confirmation of the supportive indicators, this market is no longer "tradeable" ( for now).


By "not tradeable" (which is not a real word by the way), I assume you mean that it is not buyable (another non word) but rather that it is "sellable" (sic). Markets can always be traded.
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timwest Futuraman
Until there is a "% of stocks above and below 200 day moving average" instrument, then I get what he is saying by a "not tradable" instrument.
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Algokid timwest
Hi Gary and Tim

what I meant by that is that the market is not "buyable", so no new positions shouldn't be open . And of course, the markets can always be traded.
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timwest Algokid
Perfectly clear wording is always the ideal here at TradingView :-)
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