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Will Momentum Continue to Push Stocks Higher?
Who would have thought that the worst December since 1931 would be followed by the best January since 1987? The 2019 rally, like the December meltdown, broke all kinds of records, but will it continue?... >> READ MORE...
 
Is the ‘Bear Market’ Already Over?
The financial media declared that stocks entered a bear market on December 24. Since then, the S&P 500 has rallied 11.3%. The Profit Radar Report warned that many bear markets end as soon as they begin. Does this mean the bear market is already over?... >> READ MORE...
 
How to Predict a Market Crash
Is it possible to predict a market crash? Some ‘analysts’ indeed ‘predicted’ the December crash, but that’s only because doom and gloom has been their default position for years. The Profit Radar Report predicted an environment where risk of a crash was high.... >> READ MORE...
 
Short-term S&P 500 Update
2018 has certainly earned a place in the history books. It started out with an extremely over-bought January, and ended with the worst December since 1931. What’s next? Here is an updated short-term S&P 500 outlook.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 at ‘Make it or Break it’ Level
The Profit Radar Report as been following two scenarios for the S&P 500. Even the ‘more bullish’ scenario predicted a drop as low as 2,478. The S&P fell as low as 2,489, failure to bounce here, activates the much more bearish scenario.... >> READ MORE...
 
Crude Oil Could Fall Another 50%
Crude oil prices dropped 38% since October 3. This is a massive meltdown, but based on this projection published in the June 20, 2018 Profit Radar Report, oil prices could shed another 50%.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500: Does Low Fear Portend High Risk?
The S&P 500 fell to a new low this week, but various measures of liquidity, breadth, momentum and sentiment show surprisingly little panic (compared to October). Does the lack of fear mean increased down side risk?... >> READ MORE...
 
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...
 
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