DP Show: Roller Coaster + Bear Market Rules + Sector Update


In this episode of DecisionPoint, Carl and Erin discuss the current condition of the market with a summary of exclusive DecisionPoint indicators. The two open the show with a review of "bear market rules" and Carl explains his rationale for this being a bear market in the making. Erin discusses sector rotation and the clues we can detect by observing which sectors lead rallies in a bear market. (Don't forget - discounted "Charter Memberships" on are going away on March 6th!)

This video was originally recorded on March 2nd, 2020. Please note the video cannot be enlarged on this webpage; click anywhere on the DecisionPoint logo above to view on our dedicated show page, or click this link to see a larger version on YouTube.

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Carl Swenlin
About the author: is a veteran technical analyst who has been actively engaged in market analysis since 1981. A pioneer in the creation of online technical resources, he was president and founder of, one of the premier market timing and technical analysis websites on the web. DecisionPoint specializes in stock market indicators and charting. Since DecisionPoint merged with in 2013, Carl has served a consulting technical analyst and blog contributor. Learn More
Erin Swenlin
About the author: is a co-founder of the website along with her father, Carl Swenlin. She launched the DecisionPoint daily blog in 2009 alongside Carl and now serves as a consulting technical analyst and blog contributor at Erin is an active Member of the CMT Association. She holds a Master's degree in Information Resource Management from the Air Force Institute of Technology as well as a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of Southern California. Learn More
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