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How to Outsmart a Choppy, Range-bound Market – Part II
S&P 500, Utility Select Sector SPDR ETF, Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF, SPDR ETF, ETF, XLU, XLP, Select Sector SPDR ETF, Select Sector ETF... >> READ MORE...
 
Crude Oil Update
Crude oil volatility is picking up: A 13% drop in May/June was followed by an 18% rally. Since then, oil fell another 7% thus far. Is this the beginning of something bigger? Here's why it sure could be:... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update – Curveball
The S&P 500 turned lower before tagging our up side target at 2,800 – 2,830. In addition to turning lower earlier than ‘supposed to,’ the S&P also fell below ‘yellow flag’ support at 2,740. What does this curveball mean?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Outlook – The Bigger Picture
Since the very beginning of the 2018 correction, the Profit Radar Report has steadfastly looked for eventual new all-time highs. Within the big picture forecast, we are now able to fill in even more short-term blanks. ... >> READ MORE...
 
Treasury Prices and Yields Blindside the Masses – What’s Next?
Treasury yields aren’t as exciting as FAANG, but it’s one of the most important benchmarks in the world. Just about a month ago, the media and its pundits expected ever-rising yields, but then this happened:... >> READ MORE...
 
US Dollar and Euro Outlook
Thanks to the biggest rally since 2016, the US dollar has gone from ‘zero to hero’ in less than a month. What caused this rally, and – more importantly – is it here to stay? ... >> READ MORE...
 
What's Next: New Highs or Lows?
A quick glance at the S&P 500 chart shows that buyers and sellers have been slugging it out in 2018. Will new highs or lows be next? Here’s a look at various indicators & studies (if you love charts, this article is for you).... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update - Know What to Expect
The stock market’s lack of direction is causing a fair amount of frustration among investors. However, the cause of frustration is misguided expectation more than the range-bound market. Here’s what to expect: ... >> READ MORE...
 
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