The Russell 2000 is on the cusp of hitting technical resistance and other major indexes aren’t far behind. The GTI Global Strength Indicator — measuring upward and downward movements of successive closing prices — shows the small-cap stock gauge approaching 70, a level that signifies being overbought.
The S&P 500 Index and Dow Jones Industrial Average are both within 5 points of triggering the same warning.
Since 12/24/18 (using ETFs as proxy):
|IWM (Russell small)||+18.51%|
|IJR (S&P small)||+17.62%|
|IWR (Russell mid)||+18.17%|
|IJH (S&P Mid)||+17.44%|
|RIY (Russell 1000)||+16.64%|
|IVV (S&P 500)||+16.06%|
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