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Is the Inverted Yield Curve a Bear Market Signal
For the first time since 2007, the short end of the yield curve inverted, and the longer-term end is not far behind. Bloomberg calls this signal a ‘harbinger of doom.’ Is that fear mongering or is it really bad news?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500: Long-term Explains Short-term
A few weeks ago the S&P 500 just missed our sell target before declining, this week the S&P just missed our buy target before rallying. Why is that happening? A look at the long-term seems to explain the short-term misses.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500: Short-term Outlook
Our preferred outlook called for a S&P 500 rally towards 2,900, followed by the next leg lower. The S&P, however, only rallied to the minimum target (2,812) and reversed rather violently. Does this mean the next leg lower is under way?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500: Pop and Drop?
My October 28 S&P 500 outlook projected a low around 2,600 followed by a rally towards 2,900. With the S&P nearing the minimum up side target, it’s time to ask: What are the odds of a pop and drop?... >> READ MORE...
 
XHB and Facebook - 2 Buy Signals
Last Sunday’s Profit Radar Report highlighted two buying opportunities: The SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF (XHB), and Facebook (FB). XHB was the most hated ETF in the universe, and Facebook reached triple support within a bullish formation.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500: Short-term Update
Almost two weeks ago we warned of a mini crash or panic selling with S&P 500 down side targets at 2,675 and 2,587. After falling as low as 2,604 the S&P bounce strongly. Is the bottom in, and how far can this bounce go? Here is a short-term forecast.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500: Crash or Buy the Dip
Throughout this bull market, a buy the dip approach was virtually guaranteed to be succesfull. This guarantee was removed at the September high, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that buy the dip is dead. ... >> READ MORE...
 
Stock Market Triggers Panic Readings
Just last week, the S&P 500 lost as much as 6.36%, and at one point 89% of all stocks traded on the NYSE were down. Those kind of panic or ‘throw in the towel’ readings are usually seen at lows.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update: Risk vs Reward Reversal
After years of being bullish, the Profit Radar Report warned last month that risk is starting to outweigh reward. Here is a detailed look at the remaining up side potential vs the down side risk. ... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500: Surprisingly ‘Normal and Predictable’
There’s been no shortage of political cross currents potent enough to de-rail any market. Yet, the S&P 500 has acted surprisingly normal and even predictable. If this streak continues, here’s what to expect next:... >> READ MORE...
 
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