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SoS Module - Intermarket Analysis and Sector Rotation
SoS Module - Intermarket Analysis and Sector Rotation

In this Module, we shall talk about Intermarket Analysis and Sector Rotation. Up until now, we have primarily talked about asset classes individually. Now is the time to combine the four primary asset classes that are traded in the market. These include currencies, commodities, bonds, and stocks. Combining the four adds a new dimension to analysis and enables one to get a more holistic picture of the overall markets. It also helps a trader to understand the business cycle better, which in turn can play an important role when it comes to understanding and deploying sector rotation strategies

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Rohit Dwivedi
Technical Analyst, Trader

NSE Total Breadth

Hi Everyone,

Can someone please tell me that from where can I get the NSE's 

1. Overall Advance/Decline 

2. Total Put/Call ratio

in form of a chart or Oscillator.

@Tejas Khoday 

Chapter 1 - The Four Asset Classes

In this introductory chapter, we shall introduce the four asset classes that we will be talking about throughout this module. These four asset classes include currencies, commodities, bonds, and stocks. We shall conclude this chapter by highlighting the importance of... (More)

Chapter 6 - Other Correlations

In this chapter, we shall study the two remaining Intermarket correlations, which can add a lot of value when tracked periodically while also provide clues on the overall risk appetite of market participants. The remaining two correlations that we will... (More)

Chapter 5 - Commodities and Stocks

In this chapter, we shall study the fourth most critical Intermarket relationship, which is the one between Commodities and Stocks. When comparing the correlation between the two, we shall talk about commodities, both from a collective perspective as well as... (More)