This Week’s Weakness So Far is Actually a Good Thing

Last week was initially encouraging, but the more the market meanders this week, the less encouraging that reversal effort becomes. Don't be too discouraged by the lack of progress of the recovery effort this week though. Not only could rest-breaks be expected, this is exactly where we'd expect to see them… for a couple of different reasons. The first of...

This Week’s Weakness So Far is Actually a Good Thing

Last week was initially encouraging, but the more the market meanders this week, the less encouraging that reversal effort becomes. Don't be too discouraged by the lack of progress of the recovery effort this week though. Not only could rest-breaks be expected, this is exactly where we'd expect to see them… for a couple of different reasons. The first of...

Three Charts Every Trader and Investor Must See

Understanding the stock market and its potential through the use of technical analysis and historical price events has been proven repeatedly to outperform all forms of fundamental trading styles. The following is a story that walks you through my experience, the shift in my mindset and how I came to the conclusion that the three charts I share in this...

Three Charts Every Trader and Investor Must See

Understanding the stock market and its potential through the use of technical analysis and historical price events has been proven repeatedly to outperform all forms of fundamental trading styles. The following is a story that walks you through my experience, the shift in my mindset and how I came to the conclusion that the three charts I share in this...

Weekly Market Outlook – That Was a Reversal Signal, But a Stimulus-Induced One

The ending was a bit of a disappointment, with the S&P 500 logging a 3.4% loss on Friday. Still, what a week. The 17.7% rally between Monday's and Thursday's closes translated into a full-week gain of 10.2%, which is the best week for the market since 1938. Not bad. We're still in no-man's land, of course. This "best week" for...

Weekly Market Outlook – That Was a Reversal Signal, But a Stimulus-Induced One

The ending was a bit of a disappointment, with the S&P 500 logging a 3.4% loss on Friday. Still, what a week. The 17.7% rally between Monday's and Thursday's closes translated into a full-week gain of 10.2%, which is the best week for the market since 1938. Not bad. We're still in no-man's land, of course. This "best week" for...

A “90% Up” Day For the Market? Meh. It’s Not a Reliable Tool.

The premise seems reasonable enough. Rarely does the market ease into or out of a trend these days. Rather, stocks tend to be jolted into or out of trouble, resulting in "V" shaped or peak-shaped bottoms or tops (respectively). The trick to knowing if a reversal effort is going to last is determining which of those reversals is started with...

A “90% Up” Day For the Market? Meh. It’s Not a Reliable Tool.

The premise seems reasonable enough. Rarely does the market ease into or out of a trend these days. Rather, stocks tend to be jolted into or out of trouble, resulting in "V" shaped or peak-shaped bottoms or tops (respectively). The trick to knowing if a reversal effort is going to last is determining which of those reversals is started with...
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