The market has closed lower five weeks in a row (pending today). Each week the market has closed at the low end of the range...
On balance volume
"If today's close is greater than yesterday's close, then today's volume is added to yesterday's OBV, and is considered "up volume." However, if today's close is less than yesterday's close, today's volume is subtracted from yesterday's OBV and is considered "down volume.""
Bollinger Band Width
It's the Idiocracy's Low Volatility Fund, which always precedes high volatility. What else could it be?
The Volatility Index is trending...
Which confirms the count: