I'm looking at Ned Davis, am amalgamation of many measures of sentiment. I acknowledged that retail has not fully engaged yet, which is why I think we go higher. By the way, I, as many know, got out in 2008, didn't get back in until '09, and simply cannot believe what the Federal Reserve is doing (studies show 0.6% of GDP growth bought and paid for by $3.5 trillion on Fed's balance sheet). I have had to be very tactical, favoring multifamily dwellings and short metals at the moment, though I suspect a possible intermediate bottom in gold around 1050 or 1100. If we don't hold, then we break down. So I understand K5's posture, though wish he would get away from the anti-Jewish sentiment, but am and have been more on the same page with Coach D, as noted many times earlier in this thread.