DecisionPoint

September 2016

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TLT Illustrates the Profitable Marriage of the PMO and the SCTR

by Erin Swenlin

I loved ChartCon 2016 for many reasons, chief among them was education--the education of you and me. Our education is inevitable when you can network with or watch John Murphy, Martin Pring, Greg Morris, Arthur Hill..... Read More 

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Oversold Bounce Possible?

by Carl Swenlin

Before we ask if an oversold bounce is possible, we should ask if the market is oversold. Looking at the chart below, the PMO is just above the zero line... Read More 

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Why I'm a ChartWatcher

by Erin Swenlin

It happened all in the same day. I was talking to my dad, Carl Swenlin exclaiming how I think I'm "chart pattern crazy". Then, I received a chart via email from one of my "DecisionPoint Report" webinar viewers. He actually sent the chart to someone else and I was copied on it... Read More 

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SPY: Finally a Breakdown

by Carl Swenlin

Last week in my article, Two More Months of This Stuff?, I wondered if the market would continue to move in the narrow, boring two-month trading range. This week we got the answer: No... Read More 

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Using DecisionPoint Timing Signals to Improve your Portfolio

by Erin Swenlin

If today's blog title is enticing, then you definitely should consider signing up for ChartCon 2016 - September 23/24. This is the title of my presentation... Read More 

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A Trip to Financial Sense

by Erin Swenlin

I was recently interviewed on FinancialSense.com regarding the DecisionPoint outlook in the short, intermediate and long terms. What seemed to get the most notice was that I said that it wasn't out of the question that we could be preparing for a new bull market leg... Read More 

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Two More Months of This Stuff?

by Carl Swenlin

The stock market has been trading in an extremely narrow range for almost two months. During that time I have mostly attributed this unusual action to the ambivalence of the Fed: "We really want to raise interest rates, except we really don't want to raise interest rates... Read More