My name is Frans.  I'm in my mid-forties.  Next to my daily work ,  I run
The focus is 100 % on stock market mood and stock market sentiment.

It all started when I red about Benjamin Graham ( 1894 - 1976) who had a knack for condensing big ideas into a few simple sentences. 
Stock market mood is one of these big ideas : Graham uses the allegory of ‘Mister Market’ to explain the stock market mood. 

I was wondering how to 'measure' Mr Market's mood on a day to day basis.   
As an agricultural engineer I started to build a model.  The result is the © Market Mood Model
The outcome of the model - 'good mood' versus 'not so good mood' - is nothing more than a hint (= a small piece of information that even could be wrong).   
But, although it is only a hint , I use the outcome of the © Market Mood Model in my decision making process.

Over the years I learned a lot about the topic ' mood 'in the stock market.  The best advice I can give you is that it is wise 
to keep an eye on stock marktet mood and stock market sentiment.  Follow up on market mood and sentiment indicators at least 3 months and you 'll start to see the impact of mood in the stock markets.

All the best,