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Market temperature (12/27)

Mooers Radar wrote a column · Dec 27, 2021 00:56
The fear and greed index was developed by CNNMoney to measure two of the primary emotions that influence how much investors are willing to pay for stocks.
The fear and greed index is measured on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis. In theory, the index can be used to gauge whether the stock market is fairly priced. This is based on the logic that excessive fear tends to drive down share prices, and too much greed tends to have the opposite effect.
Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.
---Warren Buffett
Fear & Greed Index
What emotion is driving the market?
Market temperature (12/27)
Safe Haven Demand: Extreme Fear
Stocks and bonds have provided similar returns during the last 20 trading days. However, this has been among the weakest periods for stocks relative to bonds in the past two years and indicates investors are fleeing risky stocks for the safety of bonds.
Last changed Dec 10 from a Fear rating.
Market temperature (12/27)
Stock Price Strength: Extreme Fear
The number of stocks hitting 52-week lows exceeds the number hitting highs and is at the lower end of its range, indicating extreme fear.
Last changed Nov 29 from a Fear rating.
Market temperature (12/27)
Put and Call Options: Extreme Fear
During the last five trading days, volume in put options has lagged volume in call options by 47.50% as investors make bullish bets in their portfolios. However, this is still among the highest levels of put buying seen during the last two years, indicating extreme fear on the part of investors.
Last changed Nov 22 from a Greed rating.
Market temperature (12/27)
Source: CNNmoney
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