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Moving average breadth may lag index returns during market corrections if individual stock prices are far above their moving averages. Outperformance breadth, or the percent of stocks in the index that have outperformed the index, may be more responsive, and therefore a better measure of market participation. Tests on MSCI country indexes suggest outperformance breadth is a better predictor of forward returns and downside risk than moving average breadth. Join NDR to discuss how you can use outperformance breadth to make informed investment decisions.

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Ned Davis Research

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Dan Chin

Senior Research Analyst

Ned Davis Research

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