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July 2019

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Paradise By The Dashboard Lights

by Greg Schnell

This week has been an interesting one for the transports. Transports traditionally include Railways, Trucking and Airlines, but, for the purposes of this article, we'll add the Autos in. First, let's take a look at the transports index... Read More 

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Emerging Leadership From Two Key Groups - On Your Mark, Get Set, TRADE!!!

by John Hopkins

With a new earnings season comes new leadership, and I'm already beginning to see a shifting of industry winds... Read More 

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DP Bulletin! Negative Divergences on Major Indexes Flag an IT Decline

by Erin Swenlin

On today's DecisionPoint show, we looked at some of the intermediate-term analysis charts and found some disturbing negative divergences. Below are the charts you need to see... Read More 

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The MSCI All-World Stock Index is Testing its Early 2018 High

by John Murphy

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in John Murphy's Market Message on Friday, July 26th at 11:16am ET. Global stock indexes are once again testing overhead resistance barriers... Read More 

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Relative Strength Based on Price Action

by Arthur Hill

Price action is not everything, it's the only thing. This is what Vince Lombardi might have said were he a trader or investor. Indicators are great for scans and sorting through hundreds of stocks, but nothing takes the place of price action... Read More 

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The Sweet Spot - 2 Stocks Reporting Soon That Are Poised For Big Moves

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

Historically, stocks that report strong earnings and sales results go on to outperform the broader markets - and not just by a little... Read More 

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The 5-Year Yield is in a Secular Uptrend

by Martin Pring

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in Martin Pring's Market Roundup on Tuesday, July 16th at 1:24pm ET. When we get to longer-dated securities, that's where I start to question if yields are likely to move much lower... Read More 

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How To Get From a Table of Market Movers To a Trading Idea Based on RRG

by Julius de Kempenaer

StockCharts.com has an incredible wealth of technical tools available both for free users as well as subscribers. That said, though, users who subscribe will have a greater amount of tools and functionality available to them... Read More 

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Building A Sound Portfolio Using Relative Strength Leaders

by Tom Bowley

As you may already know, I've developed multiple portfolios using fundamental strength and technical price action, including relative strength, that have wildly outperformed the benchmark S&P 500 since their inception dates... Read More 

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Presenting the Bull Market Vacation Cheat Sheet

by David Keller

I’m currently on a cruise ship docked in Naples, Italy, on a two-week vacation with my family, along with a good friend from college and his family. Today, we toured the ruins of Pompeii, which meant very high temperatures but fascinating history lessons... Read More 

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Chartwise Women's "Pink Line"

by Erin Swenlin

Chartwise Women is a new show on StockCharts TV featuring myself and Mary Ellen McGonagle. Our mission is encompassed in three "E's": Engagement, Education and Empowerment... Read More 

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SCTR Rankings Continue To Show New Stocks Breaking Out

by Greg Schnell

The SCTR ranking tool is one of my favorite tools on StockCharts. Exclusive to the website, it is a very powerful indicator that provides what is effectively a sports ranking system for stocks, keeping track of what is outperforming right now... Read More 

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Two Stocks Setting Up To Report Blowout Earnings Next Week

by John Hopkins

On Thursday morning, Delta Airlines (DAL) blew past revenue and EPS estimates, despite a challenging environment for airline stocks ($DJUSAR) in 2019. While DAL's results may have surprised quite a few people, they didn't surprise me... Read More 

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Charting Robust AD Lines that Truly Reflect the Broader Market

by Arthur Hill

The NYSE and Nasdaq are fine as exchanges, but their AD Lines do not tell the entire story when it comes to breadth. The major stock indexes, such as the S&P 500 and S&P Small-cap 600, contain stocks from both exchanges... Read More 

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Gold is Doing Better Than The World's Major Currencies

by John Murphy

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in John Murphy's Market Message on Friday, July 12th at 11:39am ET. Gold is more than just a commodity. Gold is sometimes also viewed as an alternate currency... Read More 

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Mindful Investors Minimize Distractions

by David Keller

When you're a student pilot, your first couple of solo flights remain very close to your home airport. Basically, you get up in the air and do a couple laps around the landing pattern... Read More 

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Alert Yourself To Pullback Opportunities In Fast-Moving Stocks

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

It’s been quite a star-spangled week for the markets, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting a new high 3 out of their 4 sessions. One sector showing particular strength has been Technology, which also reached a new high as many underlying stocks are posting significant returns... Read More 

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Why U.S. Equities Are Poised For Another 40-50% Surge

by Tom Bowley

I want to discuss two charts that really need to be monitored closely as we enter the second half of 2019. A rise in these charts is synonymous with massive bull market rallies. They both make great common sense, so let's discuss them before visualizing the charts. 1... Read More 

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CRB Still Caught in a Trading Range

by Martin Pring

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in Martin Pring's Market Roundup on Tuesday, July 2nd at 12:36pm ET... Read More 

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EARNINGS: 2019 Q1 Finalized; S&P 500 Still Overvalued

by Carl Swenlin

The S&P 500 earnings for 2019 Q1 have been finalized... Read More 

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The S&P Just Broke Out of a Two-Year Consolidation, But There are Still Some Pockets of Concern

by Julius de Kempenaer

A short, but strong, trading session just before the Fourth of July holiday pushed the S&P, along with the Nasdaq 100 and the DJ Industrials indexes, to new highs. Breaks to new highs are pretty strong signs and should not be ignored... Read More