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Subject:  Control Panel: Trends flatten Date:  3/24/2013  4:39 PM
Author:  WendyBG Number:  418772 of 502869

The Control Panel trends in the U.S. flattened this week. The stock indexes stabilized, as did Treasury yields.

The Fear & Greed Index dropped into Greed (70) after several weeks of Extreme Greed. All stock sentiment indicators were still bullish. The "mungofitch lagged MA" was strongly bullish, though it dropped a teeny bit. The stock indexes did not set new highs this week, though they didn't lose much.

The stock picture in the U.S. is still strongly bullish. The flattening may be the start of a broad top. Mungofitch has pointed out that tops are usually broad, while bottoms are ususally sharp. Or the flattening may be a pause in another rise to new heights.

European stock indexes fell mildly due to the Cyprus situation. The euro is still falling and the USD is still rising.

MZM (the big boyz money supply) and M2 (the broad household