S&P Fuel Gauge: An Introduction by Chris Evans
Ever thought about how much energy a rally in the S&P 500 has? Here’s a technique that could help measure that energy and may even give you the edge you’re looking for.
The performance of the S&P 500 can tell you a lot about global asset returns. If it goes up materially, then bonds usually fall, and if it goes down, bonds usually rise. If it goes up, traders prefer currencies like the Australian dollar over, say, the Japanese yen ...