Would this be useful to anyone, Prevailing market sentiment graphs?
I have found a lot of good success using this method trading stocks. It makes use of the Hull Moving Average. Not just using the Hull Moving average however but I have found that it is surprisingly accurate.
Would this be useful to anyone? I will update these graphs most days if people find it interesting for both the FTSE100 and FTSE250 with general market sentiment. I have annotated the graphs so that if the prevailing sentiment is up/long it will show in green and if it's down/short then it will show as red.
I can produce other graphs for individual stocks if there is enough interest. Feel free to fork, update, message me for any questions etc.
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