Trying to get a sense of his current mood

The goal of the mood model is not to predict or forecast the stock market.

The goal of the mood model is to get a sense of Mister Market's current mood.

Is Mr Market in a good mood or a not so good mood ?

A)  good mood
      
 
  When in a good mood, it is likely Mister Market names a higher price.
  He is willing to pay more and price valuations are likely to expand.

  When 'Mister Market is in a good mood' according to the model, 
it means that the probability of the overall stock market
 
going up becomes higher. 

  Mr Market can stay in a good mood for one day,  several days or even weeks.
  Be aware : his mood can change at any time.

Get Notified when the Market Mood Model sees a change in market mood.


B)   not so good mood    
  
   Sometimes Mr Market is in a 'not so good mood'.  He can see nothing but trouble ahead.  On these occasions, he will likely
   name a lower
   price.  He is willing to pay less and price valuations are likely to contract.

   When 'Mister Market is in a 'not so good mood' according to the model,  it means that the probability of the overall stock market
   going up becomes lower. 

   Mr Market can stay in a 'not so good  mood' for one day,  several days or even weeks.
   Be aware : his mood can change at any time.

Get Notified when the Market Mood Model sees a change in market mood.

It is free. 

Important : Don't judge too quickly.  Follow up mood changes for at least 3 months
and you will get to know Mister Market a whole lot better !

Give it a try.

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