Current & In-Dept Market Analysis For Stock & Commodity Traders.
Consensus Inc. was founded in 1971 when it launched the National Futures and Financial Weekly newspaper. Consensus has provided some of the most current and respected market research and analysis in the stock and futures marketplace for over 40 years. Consensus currently publishes CONSENSUS ONLINE and THE BULLISH SENTIMENT INDEX with HISTORICAL DATA (started in 1983) via electronic transmission.
Consensus publishes current and in depth market analysis including daily, weekly and monthly market letters and special research reports providing both fundamental and technical advice from top national and international sources, including major stock and commodity firms, independent advisory services and government agencies. Consensus covers all stock and financial markets, metals, agriculture markets, livestock, currencies, petroleum, food and fiber, grains and oilseeds, and more! Includes Commitment of Traders, Daily Price Charts, and Economic Reports. You will find the consolidated work from a large number of highly recognized analysts. CONSENSUS offers premium market research to help you with your market analysis and trading decisions.
The exclusive CONSENSUS® BULLISH SENTIMENT INDEX is e-mailed weekly to subscribers on Tuesday at 4:30 PM Central time. The CONSENSUS SENTIMENT INDEX is the most complete and accurate measure of contrary opinion available anywhere for 32 individual markets including stock indices, financial instruments, currencies, metals, energy, and agriculture.
The Index is intended as a guide only, to provide indication of potential market directions. The theory of contrarian opinion holds that when a predominant number of market analysts are bullish, it is quite likely that the market is approaching an overbought condition, and that a reversal in trend may be imminent.
By the same reasoning, when a predominant number of market analysts are bearish, it is quite likely that the market is approaching an oversold condition, and that a reversal in trend may be forthcoming.
Although CONSENSUS identifies the 75 percent level as the overbought level and 25 percent as oversold, these points should be interpreted not as absolute reversal points, but rather as approximate levels of potential market shifts. It is also important to note the trends in the data to get a fuller sense of possible market directions indicated.
To compile the Index, CONSENSUS draws from an extensive mix of both brokerage house analysts and independent advisory services, from both contributors and non-contributors, to provide the strongest possible data base. The data covers a broad spectrum of approaches to the market, including the fundamental, technical, and cyclical: CONSENSUS makes no attempt to discern to which of these approaches traders may be the most responsive.
CONSENSUS considers only opinions which have been committed to publication and therefore have an influence on the trading public, and does not consider opinions which brokers or advisors may hold but do not disclose publicly.
The CONSENSUS® Bullish Sentiment Index is used by many individual and institutional traders, brokers, fund managers, and others. The CONSENSUS® Bullish Sentiment Index can be a very effective tool in your trading decisions.
The CONSENSUS BULLISH SENTIMENT INDEX is also available on Bloomberg as a fee-based service. The INDEX is released to Bloomberg at the same time it is emailed to INDEX subscribers on Tuesday at 4:30 PM Central Time. HISTORIC DATA is included in the INDEX subscription on Bloomberg.
HISTORIC DATA of the CONSENSUS BULLISH SENTIMENT INDEX is available for all 32 commodities via email in an excel format.
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