MMI is a sentiment index and investors shouldn't take buy/sell decisions, just based on the current value

But once an investor has decided to invest or close existing positions, the MMI can help them better time the market

A high extreme greed value (>80) suggests investors should be cautious in opening fresh positions as markets are overbought & likely to reverse

A high extreme fear value (<20) suggests a good time to open fresh positions as markets are likely to be oversold and might turn upwards

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