Brutal Selloff Continues, Sparing Nobody: StockTwits

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The selloff continued today, sparing nobody. On, bearish sentiment has clustered around the S&P 500 ETF (SPY).

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Another noteworthy development today was the low print in the StockTwits' General Sentiment indicator that I privately maintain, derived from in-house StockTwits data (Here's more info on how it is calculated). As of midnight last night, the indicator was at its lowest levels since I began tracking six months ago.

Each previous time we've pierced the 3.0 level, markets have bounced. Is this time different?

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Cashtaggers are starting to point out 'oversold' indications, too.

Small caps haven't been this oversold since Nov 2012. $IWM $TZA

-- Ivaylo Ivanhoff (@ivanhoff) Apr. 11 at 12:58 PM

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