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Qpm radar explanation

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QPM Radar - Tracks stock market movement in terms of performance vs. a benchmark and the momentum of individual issues. This shows how QPM Radar works.

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Qpm radar explanation

  1. 1. QPM Radar™Quacera QPM Radar© tracks price momentum and relative performance compared to theS&P 500 Composite Index.QPM Radar™QPM Radar consists of four Quadrants displaying Performance and Momentum. The vertical axis tracks performance as compared to the S&P 500 Composite. Out-Performing the S&P Composite (“A” and “C”) Under-Performing the S&P Composite (“B” and “D”)The horizontal axis measures price momentum.Negative Momentum Increasing Positive Momentum Increasing (“C” and “D”) (“A” and “B”)The four quadrants depict specific conditions: “A” Out-performing the market with positive momentum “B” Under-performing the market with positive momentum “C” Out-performing the market with negative momentum “D” Under-performing the market with negative momentum ETF movement tends to be counterclockwise on the QPM Radar™. A move from “D” to “B” indicates buying interest, the beginning of a trend. As the trend gains strength the ETF moves to “A”, positive momentum and outperforming the market. Moving from “A” to “C” indicates some selling pressure and the potential beginning of a down-trend. Finally, moving into “D” confirms the down-trend. 1
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