Monday, August 30, 2010

Dollar-Weighted Put Call Ratios Explained (8/1/10 Market Timing Webinar excerpt)

Dollar-Weighted Put Call Ratios Explained (8/1/10 Market Timing Webinar excerpt)SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend
Our Real Time Put Call Ratio screens show actual volume of calls & puts, dynamically updated throughout the day. Sorted by each column, both simple & dollar weighted ratios are displayed.

As a trader, speculator or investor, it is important to have access to all of the tools that the professionals have. The Real Time Put Call Ratio is one of those tools, providing valuable insight into overall market sentiment. Now, Hamzei Analytics' Real Time Put Call Ratio gives you a leg up on the market, letting you see where the action is before the news leaks it out.

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There are many schools of thought on what exactly is a bullish ratio and what is a bearish ratio. Generally, the simple put call ratio of 1.5 on an index is used as the level of relative neutrality. Anything higher than that is considered bullish and anything lower is considered bearish. The dollar-weighted ratios vary from index to index and each index historical norms need to be referenced for proper deduction.

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