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S&P 500 Update: How High can it Fly?
True or false? Since the Great Depression there’s never been a rally that’s gone longer without a 3% pullback than the current one. The answer along with the next up side target for this rally is found here.... >> READ MORE...
 
Gold Tug-of War: Mid-term Bullish vs Short-term Bearish
Gold has been zigzagging up and down for all of 2017. This erratic performance brings a measure of uncertainty, but – in a way - it also increases confidence in our long-term forecast.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update: Top or Not?
After more than a month of sideways trading, the S&P 500 has ground out another new all-time high. On one hand, this is a technical breakout, on the other hand are bearish divergences. Question is: Is this a top or not?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update: Is This Rally Leg Over?
The S&P 500 came within four points of our up side target and fell 52 points. Does this mean the rally is over? What’s the down side risk? Here is a projection based on the most reliable indicator of this bull market.... >> READ MORE...
 
Transports are Fueling Dow Theory Woes
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is at all-time highs, while the Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJT) just lost 6.6% and briefly dipped below its 200-day SMA. According to Dow Theory, this could spell longer-term trouble.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update: End of Growth Spurt?
Since the presidential election, the S&P 500 has enjoyed three ‘growth spurt.’ The third (and current) one is distinctly different (weaker?) from the first two. These up side targets (and resistance levels) may be too much of a hurdle of the S&P.... >> READ MORE...
 
Nasdaq Seriously Overbought! Time to Worry?
The Nasdaq-100 has been the most predictable of the major indexes over the last several weeks. Here is what made the Nasdaq-100 (represented by QQQ) predictable and whether its deeply overbought condition is reason to worry.... >> READ MORE...
 
Are Stocks Quietly Deteriorating or Revving up for More Gains?
Every major index has been marching to the beat of its own drum, which – as some have pointed out – is a sign of liquidity contraction. Is the stock market quietly deteriorating (and ready to accelerate lower) or revving up for more gains?... >> READ MORE...
 
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