The GMI declined one, to 5, as there were only 96 stocks that hit a new high 10 days ago and closed higher on Monday than they closed 10 days ago. (I count 50% as positive for this indicator only if there were too few new highs 10 days earlier to achieve the required 100.) 50-56% of the stocks in the Nasdaq 100, S&P 500 and Dow 30 indexes rose on Monday. There were 259 new 52 week highs in my universe of 4,000 stocks. 53% of the IBD 100 stocks published on 11/20 rose and 20 of them hit a 52 week high. The GMI-S slipped 6, to 69, as one of the short term indicators for the IJR (S&P smallcap 600 ETF) turned negative. Monday was the 80th day of the current QQQQ up-trend.