1.- The S&P500 , which has achieved a marginal new high after the dip.
2.- The VIX going above 30 for the first time in years, and never going back to the previous complacent levels even on a new all-time high.
3.- Notice how the last dip took S&P500 below lower for the first time in years.
4.- Number of stocks above 200-day average ( MMTH ) below 30% for the first time in years. And then failing to regain fortitude when the index is making new highs. Most stocks are already in a bear market.
and 5.- A descending resistance in . While in the weekly chart it seems to still have room to the upside, last Friday ended on a perfect hit in the . This backs the idea that the drop will start sooner rather than later.