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The Canadian Technician

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I'm Watching These Areas

by Greg Schnell

The market made it's low on Thursday and has made some nice gains off the lows. Tuesday was another strong day. I continue to like the setup here for a rally. The other areas I am looking for is a rotation from defensive to growth oriented sectors  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

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Fertilizer Companies Look to Follow the Recent Jump in Soft Commodities

by Mish Schneider

So far, this week has been huge for wheat (WEAT) and sugar (CANE), with both gapping up on Monday and continuing higher  Read More

RRG Charts

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Sector Spotlight: Bottom-Fishing with RRG

by Julius de Kempenaer

In this edition of StockCharts TV's Sector Spotlight, I very briefly touch on the rotation for asset classes, then spends a bit more time on sectors  Read More

DecisionPoint

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DP TV: Chart Patterns for Bull and Bear Markets

by Erin Swenlin

In this special edition of DecisionPoint, Erin goes through the primary chart patterns and how they can be used to determine upside and downside targets. She discusses how the market in general can affect the resolution of chart patterns  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

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The Small-Cap Index Needs to Clear The 10-DMA and Hold Its 200-WMA

by Mish Schneider

On Monday, the small-cap index Russell 2000 (IWM) tested its past Friday high at $179.41, but ultimately could not hold. Just above this price level stands the 10-day moving average at $179  Read More

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Martin Pring's Market Roundup

Commodities on the Verge of an Upside Breakout, But Participation Will Likely Narrow

by Martin Pring

Chart 1 shows that the Invesco DB Commodity Tracking Fund could be on the verge of breaking out from a 3-month consolidation pattern. It also points out that the number of commodities participating in the rally has been narrowing of late  Read More

RRG Charts

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Is $ONE the Better Benchmark to Use With Relative Rotation Graphs?

by Julius de Kempenaer

Following my article "Which Stocks Inside The Dow Are Worth Holding?", I received a few questions on using $ONE as the benchmark for a Relative Rotation Graph and whether it would be the better benchmark to use. The honest answer to that question? It depends  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

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At the Edge of Chaos: Are Job Cuts Gathering Steam? The Next Step in Fed-Induced MELA Meltdown

by Joe Duarte

I am watching the action in both the stock and bond markets, as both are signaling that a potential change in trend may be in the offering. The Federal Reserve, the U.S  Read More

Trading Places with Tom Bowley

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This is NOT a Long-Term Bear Market - Improving Signs Are Underway

by Tom Bowley

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and mine is that the issues we've experienced in the first half of 2022 will be mitigated in the second half. Until 2022, many of you I'm sure viewed me as a perma-bull  Read More

Analyzing India

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Week Ahead: NIFTY Approaches A Pattern Support; RRG Chart Shows Bunch Of Sectors That May Relatively Outperform

by Milan Vaishnav

The entire week that went by kept the markets under a strong bear grip; all five trading sessions ended on a negative note. The markets continued to witness gaps on the downside; saw some intermittent short-covering but ultimately traded with a negative undertone  Read More

The Mindful Investor

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This Chart Says More Downside for S&P 500

by David Keller

We are now in the seasonally weakest half of the year, which is why "sell in May and go away" comments have made the annual rounds  Read More

ChartWatchers

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Great Rally But Lacked Conviction

by Carl Swenlin, Erin Swenlin

The following is a complimentary copy of Friday's subscriber-only DP Weekly Wrap. Want this content in your email box every market day? Subscribe to the DP Alert without delay! It was a volatile trading week, with investors breathing a sigh of relief on today's positive close  Read More

The MEM Edge

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Bottom Fishing Sparks Friday Rally

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

On this episode of StockCharts TV's The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen reviews today's sharp rally and its impact on the position of the broader markets. She also shares where the sharpest bounces took place and what that means for select groups  Read More

ChartWatchers

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Tech Tries To Thrust

by Greg Schnell

Tech shares have been pounded for the last 6 months after making their highs in November. This week, we saw some significant lows. The Nas-dawg 100 was down 30%. That's not 30% of the gains since 2020 -- that's 30% of the whole price. That is a massive haircut  Read More

ChartWatchers

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Is There Any Hope for the Beaten Down Stocks?

by John Hopkins

The carnage in the market, which has resulted from the 30% decline in the NASDAQ since its November 22, 2021 high, is going to be remembered for a long time, especially by those who painfully held on to stocks that, in some cases, fell 50% or more from their all-time highs  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

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3 Key Sectors to Watch with Hidden Momentum

by Mish Schneider

Mish's Economic Modern Family looks to have found temporary support, as each of the members has closed over the prior day's high, providing relief from the downward trend  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

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Investors Intelligence Data at Bearish Extreme

by Tom McClellan

When prices go down, people turn more bearish. It is a natural human phenomenon, and it is still working during the current price decline  Read More

Moxie Indicator Minutes

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Will We See a Reversal?

by TG Watkins

In this week's edition of Moxie Indicator Minutes, TG talks about the air pockets he has been seeing, including one on the SPY and IWM. He then talks about his next target and why he is waiting for the SPY to hit 380. This video was originally broadcast on May 13, 2022  Read More

ChartWatchers

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A Key Factor in the Trading Puzzle

by Arthur Hill

The bigger trend is one of the most important factors to consider when trading stocks or ETFs. We can use trend signals as part of a trend-following strategy or to dictate our trading bias. I look for bullish setups and pullback opportunities when the trend is up  Read More

GoNoGo Charts

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GNG TV: Equity Selloff Continues, Commodities Hold a "Go" Trend

by Alex Cole, Tyler Wood

Alex and Tyler are back together talking markets from midtown Manhattan on this week's edition of the GoNoGo Charts show. The heavy selling pressure this week has kept US Treasury bonds and major equity indices in strong "NoGo" trends  Read More

Stock Talk with Joe Rabil

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Is ADX Leading or Lagging? Yes!

by Joe Rabil

On this week's edition of Stock Talk with Joe Rabil, Joe Rabil clears up some of the confusion surrounding the ADX indicator, explaining how it can give us important information in advance of a price move  Read More

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John Murphy's Market Message

USING FIBONACCI RETRACEMENT LINES FOR POTENTIAL DOWNSIDE TARGETS

by John Murphy

INFLATION REMAINS THE BIGGEST THREAT TO MARKETS It was reported this morning that April's Producer Price Index for the past year came in at 11%. That followed yesterday's report that the Consumer Price Index was 8.3%  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

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How Much Further Can the Stock Market Break Down?

by Mish Schneider

Taking a step back and looking at important reference points and percentages helps us grasp where the stock market is and where it's potentially going. Focusing on the small-cap index, the Russell 2000 (IWM) has broken its 200-Week moving average at $176.13  Read More

Dave Landry's Trading Simplified

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Apply Landry Light to Identify Trends

by Dave Landry

On this week's edition of Trading Simplified, Dave presents his first of 100 trades, then covers how he sees indicators as illustrators. "Indicators don't 'indicate' and used sparingly, they can help you truly see 'what is  Read More

DecisionPoint

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Sentiment is Bearish, But Is It Bearish Enough?

by Erin Swenlin

This is an excerpt from today's subscriber-only DecisionPoint Alert report We decided to cover some sentiment charts on the DecisionPoint Show yesterday. It is an interesting picture. Clearly sentiment is bearish  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

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Why We are Focusing on Commodities Over Equities

by Mish Schneider

On Tuesday, the Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) outperformed the other indexes, ending the day +1.20%, while other major indices closed roughly flat on the day. From the momentum side, our Real Motion (RM) indicator is flirting with the lower band. This can be seen circled in the above chart  Read More

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Martin Pring's Market Roundup

Bitcoin Bubble Finally Bursts

by Martin Pring

I have written two articles about Bitcoin in recent months. The first, last December, concluded that "there are definitely some cracks appearing (in the technical structure), but a shrinking consensus of evidence continues to point to an uptrend  Read More

RRG Charts

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Sector Spotlight: 50% Of Market Cap is Lagging SPY

by Julius de Kempenaer

In this edition of StockCharts TV's Sector Spotlight, after looking at seasonality and long-term monthly charts in the last two episodes, I dive deep into the current sector rotation as it is playing out in the S&P 500 at the moment  Read More

DecisionPoint

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DP TV: Downside Targets for FAANG+ and Indexes

by Carl Swenlin, Erin Swenlin

On this episode of DecisionPoint, Carl walks viewers through the FAANG+ mega-cap stocks. Using earnings per share and P/E, Carl shows how to find "fair value" support. Erin discusses oversold indicators now versus 2020 bear market low  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

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How to Handle Monday's Major Liquidity Crunch

by Mish Schneider

All the major indices tumbled on Monday, leading to a large liquidation. Even safety plays, such as precious metals like gold (GLD) and silver (SLV), were down on the day  Read More

Dancing with the Trend

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Bear Markets and Drawdowns - part 2

by Greg Morris

This is a continuation of the previous article. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, also referred to as The Dow by the financial media, is a price-weighted measure of 30 U.S. blue-chip companies  Read More

The Canadian Technician

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Are You Missing These Setups? Energy Stocks Break Out!

by Greg Schnell

At Osprey Strategic, the main goal is to help clients avoid downside risk while learning to secure more profits. Our proprietary momentum scan system searches for abnormal volatility, which flags the urgency of buyers  Read More

Trading Places with Tom Bowley

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It's Not You, It's Me

by Tom Bowley

If only growth stocks could talk. You've probably heard of the "it's not you, it's me" breakup excuse. Maybe you've had to endure it. Well, in the land of stock market trading, I believe it's a quite valid trading excuse  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

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At the Edge of Chaos: The Fed is Pushing the U.S. into a Recession, But Bear Markets Don't Last Forever

by Joe Duarte

Trader indecision and confusion is making this market nearly impossible to trade. The result is that fewer and fewer players will likely participate and illiquidity will increase, further increasing volatility  Read More

Analyzing India

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Week Ahead: NIFTY Violates Support, But Adds Massive Shorts to System; RRG Chart Shows These Sectors Staying Resilient

by Milan Vaishnav

In a week that was truncated due to a trading holiday on account of Eid, the Indian equity markets traded weakly for the most part, ending in the red for three out of four sessions. Among these, the last trading day on Friday remained particularly weak  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

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The Bad Things That QT3 Will Bring

by Tom McClellan

The Federal Reserve announced on May 4, 2022 that it would start to reduce its holdings of Treasury securities and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) beginning on June 1, 2022. Their plan is to sell off $30 billion of Treasuries and $17  Read More

ChartWatchers

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There's 1 Missing Ingredient for a Market Bottom, and It's The Scariest One of All

by Tom Bowley

As we closed out 2021, I began discussing sentiment and its need for a "reset." We had moved higher for the better part of two years, and the U.S. stock market had picked up a lot of new "post-pandemic" investors and traders  Read More

ChartWatchers

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Are the Markets Poised to Trade Much Lower? Keep Your Eye on This One Chart

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

It's been an extremely tough period for the markets over the past 2 weeks, with oversold rallies giving way to major selling  Read More

The MEM Edge

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Fed Relief Rally Fizzles

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

On this episode of StockCharts TV's The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen reviews where the markets stand following last week's volatile price action. She also shares areas that are bucking the downtrend and whether they're poised to trade higher  Read More

The Mindful Investor

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The Most Important Chart of the Day

by David Keller

Some of my most painful experiences as an investor have come when I have been undisciplined. I would get away from my daily and weekly routines, act rashly when I noticed a compelling chart, and usually end up regretting that decision in a big way  Read More