RSP is equal weighted S&P vs Obviously SPY
The ratio between these two indicates where money is flowing into or selling out of.
There has been a market shift since Nov 2020 that is now approaching long term resistance.
High flyers like FANGS IPO ARKK SPAC etc... Are getting murdered while boring stocks holding up well.
Winners are usually the last to go and...
Back in September I posted about the rotation from value to growth, and I laid out three targets for the ratio of RSP (an equal-weighted S&P 500 ETF) to SPY (a cap-weighted S&P 500 ETF).
I updated the idea in November to note that the trade was playing out...
At the beginning of September I forecasted that we would likely see some rotation from growth to value in the next few months, and I laid out three target prices for the RSP (equal weight) to SPY (cap weight) ratio. This ratio has continued to behave fairly predictably, oscillating within its seven-month range and making fairly perfect touches of the target...
I posted this on August 27, but a moderator blocked because I had a linked to an offsite chart that the mods felt constituted advertising. (Apologies to the commenters whose comments disappeared along with the post.) I kinda wish I had reposted right away, because the post ended up being pretty prescient. (I had predicted that the S&P 500 would pull back to at...
Short and well-detailed idea on Value vs Momentum investing? ; Series on investing- Dec 28th, 2019
What's the Equal-value weighted(RSP) vs Market-cap weighted, top heavy(SPY) ratio useful for?
- Simply for discussing how two of the most well known investment strategies have performed in the recent years.
There's many books written on this topic, but I...
Moving down means leaders strengthening and breadth weakening.
Moving up means laggers catch up with leaders!
So after a good move down.. a move up usually means strong moves down in SPX.
Moving up can also be seen as sign of strengthening breadth and a bottom.