Charting My Interruption (CMI): “The Aftermath of Big Down Days.”


  • The average stock has fallen by at least -2.5% on a single day only 255 times since 1974 (2.12% of days), so the Value Line's (XVG) -2.89% decline yesterday was relatively rare.
  • Emotions (and volatility induced losses) aside, on average, the market has been higher by anywhere from "above average" to "well above average" several months after such weakness.
  • Yesterday's decline was even more rare in that it happened while the XVG was above

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