“Go” Trends at Resistance Means Reversion | Alex Cole & Tyler Wood, CMT | GoNoGo Charts


April 2023



Mean reversion is the opposite of trend following. Investment strategies that leverage this occurrence, look to profit on countertrend moves. After an extended price move, asset prices can return to normal or average levels, either within a trading range or within standard deviations of a moving average or trend line. In today’s GoNoGo Show, Alex and Tyler review a lot of charts in Go trends that are at or reaching resistance, or prior levels where markets might find overhead supply from sellers.   The objective approach using GoNoGo Charts is to look for momentum divergence in the GoNoGo Oscillator as signs of rejection, or price breaks above prior highs that would facilitate trend continuation.   The bifurcated leadership of equity sectors also frames the inflexion point that the US stock market is at right now. Large Cap growth in both tech (XLK) and communications (XLC) is leading at the same time defensive sectors such as healthcare (XLV), staples (XLP) and utilities (XLU) are outperforming the benchmark in relative “Go” trends. Alex and Tyler drill into the industry subgroups that are pulling these sectors higher. The message is clear that gold and cryptocurrencies offer the most constructive evidence for continued outperformance.

00:00 Intro

00:35 S&P 500 ETF (SPY), 10-Year Treasury Yield ($TNX), US Dollar Index (UUP)

05:38 Gold Trust (GLD), United States Oil ETF (USO), Consumer Discretionary Sector (XLY)

18:14 Procter & Gamble (PG), Communication Services Sector (XLC), Meta Platforms, Inc (META)

22:55 Technology Select Sector (XLK), NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA), Bitcoin to US dollar ($BTCUSD)


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