Don't Miss a Single Article or Web Show!

From daily blogs to weekly web shows, StockCharts Subscribers unlock members-only commentary from the industry's leading technical analysts, including experts such as John Murphy, Martin Pring, Arthur Hill and more. See the markets through their eyes and learn how they use our charting tools to make smarter, more-informed investing decisions.

Get Started Today in
Less Than 60 Seconds!

Latest News

Top Advisors Corner

Blog Thumbnail

At the Edge of Chaos: New Smart Money Bought the Bottom; Pros Playing Catchup

by Joe Duarte

Stocks should have crashed on Friday after a blowout headline employment report. But they didn't. That's because hedge funds and other investing "pros" missed the recent bottom in stocks. Now, they seem to be playing catchup  Read More

Trading Places with Tom Bowley

Blog Thumbnail

STOP Following The News And Focus On The Charts

by Tom Bowley

We're going higher. Sure, we'll have pullbacks along the way. Secular bull markets typically test their key moving averages like the 20-day EMA and/or 50-day SMA frequently, and I'll be looking for those in the weeks and months ahead  Read More

Analyzing India

Blog Thumbnail

Week Ahead: NIFTY to See Ranged Consolidation Unless This Zone is Taken Out; RRG Shows These Sectors Doing Well

by Milan Vaishnav

In our previous technical commentary and forecast, we anticipated that this week may see some ranged consolidation. It was also expected that such consolidation may have ranged moves and some profit-taking bouts from the higher levels  Read More

The MEM Edge

Blog Thumbnail

Growth Stocks Continue To Gain -- Will Their Strength Continue?

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

The bull market in stocks carried on last week, despite warnings from several Federal Reserve governors that the central bank is nowhere near being done cracking down on inflation. Growth stocks, in particular, continued their run, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq posting a 14  Read More

The Mindful Investor

Blog Thumbnail

Why a Lower VIX is Bearish for Stocks

by David Keller

While the VIX is often termed the "fear gauge" because of its inverse relationship to stocks, it's really more of a measure of volatility -- implied volatility, that is, which means it's looking at the S&P 500 options market, which then "implies" a volatility for the S&P 500 inde  Read More

DecisionPoint

Blog Thumbnail

Climbing the Wall of Worry

by Erin Swenlin

This morning, I was at my parents' house, and my Dad chatted with me before I left. He said, in so many words, that I was probably a bit too bearish right now  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

Blog Thumbnail

When Cash is King

by John Hopkins

There are times to be more aggressive in the market and other times when it makes some sense to lay low. To me, sitting more on the sidelines for the moment is not a bad idea  Read More

The MEM Edge

Blog Thumbnail

MEM TV: Risk-On Area Moving Higher!

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

In this special presentation courtesy of StockCharts TV's The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen reviews areas of growth and explains why they remain in a leadership position  Read More

Moxie Indicator Minutes

Blog Thumbnail

Stocks Hammering Out Bottoms

by TG Watkins

On this week's edition of Moxie Indicator Minutes, TG reviews the major indexes and large-cap stocks, which are in elevated areas that he's not comfortable putting new money to work on the long side  Read More

RRG Charts

Blog Thumbnail

Disconnected EW Sector Rotation Offers Opportunities

by Julius de Kempenaer

From time to time, I compare the rotations of the SPDR sectors that we usually use with their EW counterparts. The first RRG below shows the rotations for the SPDR sector spiders (cap-weighted). The second RRG shows the rotations of the Equal Weight sectors  Read More

Art's Charts

Blog Thumbnail

A Theme Emerges within a Bear Market

by Arthur Hill

The Composite Breadth Model at TrendInvestorPro has been bearish since April 11th and remains bearish, which suggests that the current bounce in SPY is a counter-trend advance within a bigger downtrend  Read More

The Canadian Technician

Blog Thumbnail

These Charts Say It's Not Over

by Greg Schnell

Many years ago, I developed a recession chart list. It's a list of 20 or so charts that reverse during recessions. They don't all fire at the same time, but it is a good list to keep track of  Read More

DecisionPoint

Blog Thumbnail

DecisionPoint Primary Indicators are Diverging

by Erin Swenlin

We have two primary indicators in the short term (Swenlin Trading Oscillators (STOs)) and two primary indicators in the intermediate term (ITBM/ITVM). Of late, they have been diverging, with the short-term STOs moving lower and the intermediate-term ITBM/ITVM rising  Read More

GoNoGo Charts

Blog Thumbnail

GNG TV: "Go" Trend Reaches Resistance - Can it Continue?

by Alex Cole, Tyler Wood

In this week's edition of the GoNoGo Charts show, Alex and Tyler talk about how the recent rally in risk assets has reached its first hurdle  Read More

Stock Talk with Joe Rabil

Blog Thumbnail

How to Trade Gaps

by Joe Rabil

On this week's edition of Stock Talk with Joe Rabil, Joe shows the key criteria to determine if a gap is a buyable or sellable event. The concepts of contraction and expansion are important to recognize when a gap occurs  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

Blog Thumbnail

Mish's Daily: Don't Get Caught In The Market's Confusion

by Mish Schneider

For the moment, the stock market continues to defy the notion that inflation or slower economic growth is hurting US businesses. Corporate earnings have slightly underperformed, but the stock market has continued on a trajectory upwards since the middle of July  Read More

Members Only

John Murphy's Market Message

STOCK RALLY CONTINUES

by John Murphy

INTERMEDIATE TERM RALLY CONTINUES The stock rally that started in mid-June continues to gain ground which confirms that the market has put in an intermediate term bottom. The question is how far that intermediate rally can rally within the current downtrend  Read More

Dave Landry's Trading Simplified

Blog Thumbnail

Following My Trades

by Dave Landry

On this week's edition of Trading Simplified, Dave shows you his methodology in action by continuing to track his next "100 Trades." He explains how there will be setbacks along the way waiting for the mother-of-all trades  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

Blog Thumbnail

The Ord Oracle August 2, 2022

by Tim Ord

SPX Monitoring Purposes: Neutral. Monitoring Purposes GOLD: Long GDX on 10/9/20 at 40.78. Long Term SPX Monitor Purposes: Neutral. The bottom window is the correlation between the VVIX and SPX 5-period. When this correlation gets over .00 (currently  Read More

Members Only

Martin Pring's Market Roundup

Indexes Back to Their Breakdown Points; Should We Pop the Champagne If They Go Through?

by Martin Pring

The rally since mid-June has taken several indexes back to their extended breakdown trendlines, which mark one demarcation point between bull and bear. Chart 1, for instance shows that the NASDAQ completed a top in May and then followed through with further weakness  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

Blog Thumbnail

Mish's Daily: Ways to Profit in a Stagflationary World

by Mish Schneider

Investing in an inflationary environment can be challenging. The markets have been volatile, but stocks have trended steadily higher with corporate earnings. In stagflation, cash and bonds are usually below the rate of inflation, while certain stocks might not fare much better  Read More

Trading Places with Tom Bowley

Blog Thumbnail

August Is Historically the Best Month for This Lagging Industry

by Tom Bowley

Since the mid-June market bottom, we've seen improvement in a large number of areas. Technology (XLK) has resumed its leadership role in a big way, as evidenced by the following relative breakout: I believe this is just the beginning of the resumption of the secular bull market  Read More

RRG Charts

Blog Thumbnail

Sector Spotlight: Downside Risk Beats Upside Potential

by Julius de Kempenaer

In this week's edition of StockCharts TV's Sector Spotlight, I start with a look at the current state of Sector Rotation in US stocks  Read More

Wyckoff Power Charting

Blog Thumbnail

A Wyckoff Cause is Forming. What's Next?

by Bruce Fraser

In May and June oversold conditions in the major stock indexes developed. Internal breadth and sentiment measures reached notable extremes  Read More

DecisionPoint

Blog Thumbnail

DP Trading Room: End of the Bear Market?

by Carl Swenlin, Erin Swenlin

On this week's edition of The DecisionPoint Trading Room, Carl takes questions from the audience on his opinions regarding Silver, Gold and what he's looking for as an end to the bear market  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

Blog Thumbnail

Mish's Daily: Can Gold and Silver Hold Recent Gains?

by Mish Schneider

As impressive as the global stock rally was last week, gold and silver's remarkable performance on Friday did not generate many financial headlines. Still, their one-day individual parabolic rise merits closer attention  Read More

Real Trading

Blog Thumbnail

Markets Ready to Rock & Roll!

by Larry Williams

Markets are getting ready to rock & roll to the upside! In this exclusive StockCharts TV special, Larry has a lot to show you and a lot of education to share. He digs into the three key reasons he's expecting a major rally: panic selling, important buying, and bullish cycles  Read More

Art's Charts

Blog Thumbnail

TAN Follows Trend Composite Signal with Breakout

by Arthur Hill

Led by its top two components, Enphase (ENPH) and Solar Edge (SEDG), the Solar Energy ETF (TAN) followed a bullish signal from the Trend Composite with a big breakout to confirm a large bullish reversal pattern  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

Blog Thumbnail

At the Edge of Chaos: Bullish Signs Emerge as Short Sellers Get Crushed and Buyers Trickle In

by Joe Duarte

The short-term trend for stocks has turned decidedly up, as a combination of short-covering, corporate stock buybacks and seasonal end-of-month buying hit simultaneously. The market breadth has been quite good (see NYAD data below)  Read More

Don't Ignore This Chart!

Blog Thumbnail

Key Strategies To Improve Your Trading Performance

by Tom Bowley

I love earnings season. New information abounds and the stock market is constantly trying to reprice thousands of securities based on this new data. It creates periods of temporary imbalances in supply and demand, which leads to a very inefficient market in the short-term  Read More

Trading Places with Tom Bowley

Blog Thumbnail

We're Heading For New All-Time Highs

by Tom Bowley

When I turned bearish at the end of 2021, I made it quite clear that I expected this stock market downturn to be fairly brief - at least in historical bearish terms  Read More

Analyzing India

Blog Thumbnail

Week Ahead: NIFTY Opens Up More Room on the Upside; Sustaining Above This Level Crucial

by Milan Vaishnav

In the previous weekly note, we mentioned that the markets have formed a strong base for themselves; the most logical move that the markets can make is to move towards their 50-Week MA, which was then placed at 17073  Read More

The MEM Edge

Blog Thumbnail

July Ends With a Bang as Rotation into New Areas Takes Shape

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

The S&P 500 recorded its strongest monthly gain since November 2020, rallying 9.1% during a volatile period that ended with a bang. Growth stocks outperformed, with Consumer Discretionary (XLY) and Technology (XLK) stocks leading the way  Read More

Mish's Market Minute

Blog Thumbnail

Weekend Daily: Big Tech Stock Earnings and Market Implications

by Mish Schneider

The stock market rally continued to show strength into Friday, moving decisively higher on the week. Big tech and many other sectors shrugged off a post-Fed pullback and more earlier in the week; bad earnings and poor guidance from Wal-Mart, Meta, and Qualcomm, to mention a few  Read More

The MEM Edge

Blog Thumbnail

MEM TV: Base Breakouts and New Highs!

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

In this special presentation courtesy of StockCharts TV's The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen explains why the markets are poised to trade higher and how you can participate. She also shares the rotation into newer areas that have higher upside from here  Read More

Moxie Indicator Minutes

Blog Thumbnail

Market Stayed Strong During Difficult Week

by TG Watkins

The market had the kitchen sink thrown at it this week, but it's closing on a high. On this week's edition of Moxie Indicator Minutes, TG discusses how he believes this is a strong test, for now, and how we could see SPY eventually reach its Monthly 10-SMA  Read More

The Canadian Technician

Blog Thumbnail

Nasdaq Month-End Analysis

by Greg Schnell

After a choppy period between the June Fed low and the recent Fed meeting, we finally got a market resolving to the upside. While everyone has flipped to bullish, with Apple, Amazon and Microsoft pushing the indexes up, let's check our work  Read More

The Mindful Investor

Blog Thumbnail

Why Breadth is Bullish... For Now

by David Keller

If you found this article through the Saturday, August 6 ChartWatchers newsletter, please click on this link to read this week's article instead  Read More

Members Only

John Murphy's Market Message

STOCK INDEXES TEST MOVING AVERAGE RESISTANCE

by John Murphy

STOCK INDEXES GAIN MORE GROUND Despite a .75% rate hike by the Fed on Wednesday, and a second quarter of negative GDP growth on Thursday, stock indexes continued to gain ground. And they're in the process of testing some overhead resistance lines  Read More

Top Advisors Corner

Blog Thumbnail

JOLTS Data Following NYSE A-D Line Downward

by Tom McClellan

Starting in December 2000, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has published what it calls the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS). In simple terms, it is a measure of how many job openings there are  Read More