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The strong gain in the Nasdaq 100 last week has turned many on Wall Street even more bullish. The raising of some upside targets for the S&P 500 after such a prolonged rally is often a reason for concern. Watch the market internals each day and here is what to look for ....
The stock markets were strong again in October and with more signs of a strong economy they may be even more bullish because of the historically strong performance of the stock market in November. But when was the last time stocks corrected significantly in November and what were the warning signs?
The budget vote lit the market's fuse on Friday as the Dow closed the week at overbought levels rarely seen in the past ten years. Some traders think the market is "different now" but is that really the case? Any warning signs from the market internals?
Last week the story was again the small cap stocks and looking back at the last seventeen years of market history there are two periods that I will focus on where the small cap Russell 2000 significantly beat the S&P 500. What does this mean for the current rally?
Many investors believe the popular misconception that higher rates are immediately bad for stocks. Would most investors change their outlook if they were aware of how long it took in a raising rate cycle before stocks and the economy reacted?
The U.S. government's growth policies and improving housing, automotive and commercial construction markets will benefit Industrial Stocks. Rise in manufacturing index in August is an added advantage.
The stock market looked like it was going to resume its decline Wednesday but the selling was met with good buying that may have been nervous short covering. The small caps have had an adequate correction in terns of price and time but what does that mean for the other key market averages?
The sharp decline last Thursday was blamed on rumors of another White House resignation but the technical studies had warned of such a drop early in the week. The lack of additional selling on Friday is keeping many complacent but are there really any signs the correction is ending?
In my experience when the market has a prolonged rally that most are not expecting a correction often goes through several phases. Some buy too early and then are stopped . In today's article Tom will tell you the signs he is looking for from the A/D line analysis
Across the board US-based equity indexes are displaying recent price strength as we enter the end of the week. After undergoing sector rotation over the past month, new names and indexes are beginning to show their strength. Transportation Index In particular the Dow Jones Transportation Average (TRAN) is leading the pack with its new high to … Continue reading Are US Equities Setting Up To Breakout?
Last week Mike Wilson, Morgan Stanley chief US equity strategist discussed his year-end S&P 500 target of 2700. As an investor does this make you nervous? What do you think the average year-end target for the S&P 500 is now?
It has just been a week since the panic selloff in the tech sector began on June 9th. The initial catalyst of the selling was tied to a research note from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS ) analyst Robert ...
Throughout this bull market there have been a number of sharp market declines where the selling reaches a feverish pace but each of these has been followed by further new highs. Many sold in a panic and were left on the sidelines. So what can an investor do to avoid selling on a panic decline?
Several sector ETFs completed their trading ranges last week with new highs in the major market average A/D lines but some warn or bubbles everywhere or investors on the Titanic so what is an investor to do?
In deciding if you should adjust your portfolio in light of the current political crisis it is history that indicates we are likely to be discussing the political firestorm for many months as only a sudden resignation could clean the slate quickly. So what is an investor to do?
Distribution days are like wine. A glass or two is fine. It's social, it's probably good for your digestive system. But one too many will send you reeling.
The stock market was modestly higher in late trading Friday, as some sectors that struggled earlier in the week were rebounding.