Yesterday, QQQ was able to almost touch the March high at 324 before pulling back, amid the siren song of possible juicy 2% 10 year treasury yields.
Even in this relatively weak environment QQQ made over 2% CC in the last 13 days. If an investor bought everyday at the close and sold at the open, 8% would have been made.
The short term numbers aren’t good, none of the growth ETFs (EtfG) are winning OC at 50%.
CO win rates from c0 and c3 are a technical problem. If SPY return is negative CO most stocks will be down CO, so we typically see a c0 wCO of less than 10% which is saying over 90% of other equities are down when that happens. A similar but opposite issue is evident with c3. In the most recent 13 day period the c0 number is 30. That indicates a disturbance in the Force.
Probably nothing to panic too much about, but the worm may be turning.