Stock Talk with Joe Rabil

Why the 18 Moving Average is So Important

Joe Rabil

Joe Rabil

President, Rabil Stock Research

In this week's edition of Stock Talk with Joe Rabil, Joe explains why the 18 Moving Average is so important to him. He shows 4 time frames with a single moving average on the SPX and discusses how valuable they have been over the past few years. He follows with some analysis on the SPX and the gap up in FB. Joe then goes through the stocks that were requested this week, including DAL, CASY and more.

This video was originally broadcast on April 28, 2022. Click this link to watch on YouTube. You can also view new episodes - and be notified as soon as they're published - using the StockCharts on demand website,, or its corresponding apps on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android and more!

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Joe is also one of the contestants squaring off in our first-ever StockCharts Draft! In this StockCharts TV special, each team owner, including Joe, will have a chance to select two stocks from the S&P 100 for a six-month time horizon. Which stocks will be selected and why? Which stock will be selected first? Which names will be left behind? Watch as eight experts try to draft the best two-stock team!

Joe Rabil
About the author: , President of Rabil Stock Research, has provided technical stock research to some of the largest institutional money managers in the world for the past 30 years. He is an expert in the use of multiple time frame analysis and momentum characteristics of trends. During his career, he has identified and implemented methods to help improve stock selection and timing. Rabil Stock Research is dedicated to providing unbiased analysis of stocks and markets. Learn More