VIX low S&P 500 high

The VIX CBOE Volatility Index is below 15%, indicating investor confidence.
But the risk premium on Baa-grade bonds (Moody’s lowest investment grade, compared to the 10-year Treasury yield) remains elevated. Corporate bond investors are still wary.
Baa Risk Premium
10-Year Treasury yields are headed for a test of resistance at 2.00%/2.10%. There is no sign of inflationary pressure, so outflow from Treasuries is more likely indicative of their extremely overbought position — with yields near record lows — and suggestions from FOMC minutes that quantitative easing may be scaled back later in the year. Breakout above 2.10% would signal a primary up-trend with an initial target of 2.40%.
10-Year Treasury Yields
The S&P 500 is advancing strongly. 6-Monthly Twiggs Money Flow rising strongly indicates a healthy primary up-trend. The index is overdue for a correction, but this is likely to be mild.

S&P 500 Index

* Target calculation: 1475 + ( 1475 – 1350 ) = 1600

Nasdaq 100 also signals a healthy up-trend, advancing towards a target of 3400*.
Nasdaq 100 Index

* Target calculation: 2900 + ( 2900 – 2500 ) = 3400

Bellwether transport stock Fedex respected support at $90. Recovery above $100 would confirm the primary up-trend is intact. A bullish sign for the economy.

Follow the trend but keep an eye on risk measures like the VIX and Baa risk premium. These are uncertain times.

2 Replies to “VIX low S&P 500 high”

  1. Would love to see comparison on stocks with 2007 & 1999 in terms of Twiggs especially

  2. What about Indian market ? Is it heading towards all time high even without participation of midcap & small caps and especially without retail participation ?

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