Post interesting charts that apply to the topic. I generally make my own charts since I enjoy editing parameters and understanding the data behind the charts. Any of these charts are informational use only.
People are geared to look for patterns in everything even if there isn't a pattern. Use this data at your own risk.
This chart plots the SPX daily closing price along with 5, 20, 50 SMA lines for the Put/Call ratio. Additionally, RSI (21 D) and MFI (21 D) lines have been charted.
First, look at the trend of the market by looking at the direction of the 20 and 50 SMA lines. Next look at the 5 SMA. Fast large spikes up and down could signal buy and sell opportunities.
When there is a large spike up, this is a good sign to buy and a large spike down signals a sell.
Also, take a look at the RSI and MFI lines.
The Call MFI line mirrors the RSI and MFI (Put) and MFI (Total). Look at when there is crossover. Generally when this occurs there is a bottom (over bullish) sentiment and should signal a good time to get out of the market.
If you have any other observations, post them here.