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Jim Cramer and technician Mark Sebastian review recent volatility in the stock market and explain how the layout has changed.
During December’s market mayhem, the daylight hours were traders’ worst nightmares. On average, the S&P 500 Index would slump marginally overnight, but tumble 1.1 percent from the U.S. open to the close of regular trading hours. Stocks are still averaging a slightly larger drop overnight, but the benchmark index is climbing 0.8 percent on average from the open until the closing bell sounds.
Strategists at Société Générale say it might merit watching the growing uncertainty in earnings estimates to see where volatility is headed
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The reason: The bottom is in, and 2019 will bring a 15% rally in the S&P 500 (SPX) — or better. If you follow just one sentiment measure to gauge when the collective mood of investors hits extremes, make it the Investors Intelligence Bull/Bear ratio.
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