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Back-To-Back Hindenburg Omens

About a week ago, we warned about the infamous bearish stock market pattern developing in US equities coined by some as the ‘Hindenburg Omen’. The pattern is known for its bearish tendencies developed after the Hindenburg disaster of 1937. The key understanding is breadth deterioration, when more stocks hit 52-week lows than 52-highs. Since the warning, […]

Hindenburg Omen Spotted / by Tyler Durden on 12/06/2013 15:32 -0500 While not the end-of-the-world that its name indicates, the confusion (highs, lows, advancers, decliners, and momentum) required to create a “Hindenburg Omen” means markets are not as gung-ho as the headlines might suggest. The last 2 Hindenburg Omens this year saw notable corrections (of course only to be un-corrected higher on […]

The Hindenburg Cluster: 2nd Omen In 3 Days / By Tyler Durden / 06/04/2013 20:33 Despite the mainstream media‘s desperate need to play down any and every potential indication that all is not well with the “buy the dip” mentality, there is no hiding the fact that volatility is back and nowhere is that more evident in the guts of the Hindenburg Omen calculation. Just as we […]