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November 19, 2016

Hello Fellow ChartWatchers!

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Tom Bowley and Greg Schnell Have a Special Announcement!

Be sure to read Tom's article in this week's newsletter for a special announcement regarding some really exciting commentary events coming up in 2017. Tom and Greg have some awesome stuff planned for next year, and you won't want to miss it!

This Week's Articles

The Market Message

Stock/Bond Ratio Still Favors Stocks But Has Become Overbought

Article Image Several market messages over the past couple of months used relative strength ratios to paint a more bullish picture of the stock market, and a more bearish picture for bonds. While those ratios have strengthened considerably, especially since the election, I'm a little concerned that they're starting to look stretched. On October 28, I showed a ratio of the S&P 500...

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Art's Charts

Tech Sector and Key Tech Groups are Still Leading

Article Image Even though the finance, energy and industrials sectors are grabbing most of the headlines these days, the tech sector is doing just fine with the Nasdaq 100 ETF (QQQ), the Nasdaq 100 EW ETF (QQEW), the Technology SPDR (XLK) and the EW Technology ETF (RYT) hitting new highs this week. We are not talking new 52-week highs, but new all time highs. In addition, the Cloud Computing ETF (SKYY) and...

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The Canadian Technician

Some Long Term Breakouts Are Coming Into Play Globally

Article Image There are some very important macro charts starting to come into play globally. These are monthly charts, so we need to check these at the end of December, January and February. The collection of charts shows how big a global bull market could be if they all break through. First of all, France looks like it wants to test the 16-year, long term trend. This chart for the Nikkei in Japan...

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Trading Places

The Best And Worst Of 2016; Watch This One In 2017

Article Image We're two weeks away from another stock market year in the books. Where does the time go? Anyhow, since this is the last ChartWatchers newsletter of 2016, it would be an appropriate time to check out the best and worst industry group awards for 2016. Drum roll please! Best 2016 Industry Group: Dow Jones U.S. Coal Index ($DJUSCL, +143.14% YTD) While it would...

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Put/Call Ratios At or Nearing Two-Year Lows - Sentiment Bullish

Article Image A webinar viewer recently sent me a chart showing put/call ratios nearing extreme lows. I pulled up the chart and indeed, the 10-DMA of the put/call ratios are nearing or are at two-year lows. What does this actually mean? As the ratio gets smaller and smaller, that means that the amount of calls is accelerating faster than puts. When...

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The Traders Journal

Charts I'm Stalking Action Practice #8

Article Image You can't download stock market wisdom. You have to experience it firsthand and practice it. In a nutshell, that is precisely what these Action Practice blogs every two weeks are all about. The previous Action Practice (#7) presents a tool for uncovering individual investors' tolerances for risks and rewards. The exercise was intended to identify the personal balance...

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