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About Rob Hanna

Rob Hanna is a full-time market professional. He has served as president of Hanna Capital Management, LLC since 2001. From 2003 to 2007 his column “Rob Hanna’s Putting It All Together” could be found twice a week on TradingMarkets.com.

In January of 2008 Rob began Quantifiable EdgesQuantifiable Edges. The blog and subscriber letters focus on assessing market action through indicators and history. Rob looks at price, volume, breadth and sentiment indicators. Some are well known and publicly available and others are proprietary. The frequent market studies he publishes in both his blog and newsletters help to provide a foundation for his market analysis and trading bias.

In August of 2012 Rob began Overnight Edges, the first quantitatively-oriented site dedicated entirely to taking advantage of overnight market movements.

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Here are my most recent posts

Quantifiable Edges CBI Hits 10 For First Time Since November 2012

One notable about Wednesday’s action is that the Quantifiable Edges Capitulative Breadth Indicator (CBI) reached 10 for the 1st time since November of 2012. In the past I have shown ...

Historical Reactions Following Very Bad Fridays

The study below appeared in the Quantifinder on Friday. It is one I last showed on June 3, 2013 and it examines large drops on Fridays. Both the Crash of ’29 and the Crash of ’87 ...

Back to Back Outside Days for SPY

Thursday marked the 2nd day in a row that SPY posted an outside day. (An outside day is a day where the security or index makes a higher high and a lower low than the day before.) It’s ...
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The Most Wonderful Tiiiiime of the Yeeeeeeaaaaaarrrrrrr!

Over several time horizons op-ex week in December has been the most bullish week of the year for the SPX.  The positive seasonality actually has persisted for up to 3 weeks.  Below ...

Rob Hanna at the Festival of Traders

I’m going to be participating the The Festival of Traders this month for the 1st time.  It is a 2-day event that features presentations from 8 traders. I’ll be speaking ...

A Compelling 3-day Pullback Study

Tuesday marked the 3rd close lower in a row for SPY.  Three-day pullbacks will often trigger a few bullish studies.  The one below is the one I found most interesting.  It was featured ...

An Updated Look At Thanksgiving Week Tendencies

Historically Thanksgiving week has shown some very strong tendencies. The last time I showed the table below on the blog was in 2010.  I decided to update it this year. Monday and ...

An Updated Look At A Columbus Day Edge

While the stock market is open on Monday, banks, schools, and the bond market are closed.  (Government offices, too, but they are closed all the time these days.)  In past years with ...

The Weakest Week Is Here Again

From a seasonality standpoint, there isn’t a more reliable time of the year to have a pullback than this upcoming week.  Since 1961 (and over most every time period) the week following ...

An Updated Look At Fed Rallies To New Long-Term Highs

In “The Quantifiable Edges Guide to Fed Days” I discussed Fed Days that close at new highs.  The basic finding was that when the market closed at a short-term high on a Fed Day, ...