Aggregated price index
Aggregated price index with volume information
- Home Improvement Chains stocks up 1.7% on average while median return up 1.3% in a day
- Home Improvement Chains stocks up 5.9% on average while median return up 6.2% in a week
- Home Improvement Chains stocks up 2.6% on average while median return up 5.8% in a month
- When average return is significantly different from median return, this implies an asymmetry - composite return is driven by some outliners.
Aggregated price index (close) is based on equal weighted constituencies returns. Average short volume and average total volumes are averaged across all volume data among constituencies.
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* Price Patter: / is upward trend, \ is downward trend, - is sideway. Click on the ticker to go to stock page to see Bayesian Trend model plot of the time series.
* Channel and change points are derived from Bayesian Trend model, where the channel slope is the growth rate while change points are those the model partition the time series.
- 1M winners are : Winners for past month are $LOW 6.1%
- 1M losers are : Losers for past month are $FND -2.1%
- 1W winners are : Winners for past week are $FND 6.3%
- 1W losers are : Losers for past week are
Index correlation analysis
Correlation for the past month is 78.3%, for the past 3 months is 58.1%
In the past month for a 5 days rolling window, the highest corrrelation is 92.9%, the lowest correlation is 6.4%, the latest correlation is 50.7%
When a correlation deviated from the normal level and goes lower or even negative, it indicates some of stocks have deviated from the normal direction of the group. The deviation could reverse if long term level of correlation was at a higher level. It creates trading opportunities and deserves study whether the deviation is idiosyncratic or systematic.
Among pairwise correlation, the highest correlation is 88.8% between HD and LOW
The lowest correlation is 70.7% between FND and LOW
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