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Gold Update
Back in March we were looking for a bullish or very bullish move for gold. Over the past month, gold soared 10%. Does this mean gold is taking the 'bullish' or 'very bullish' path?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 - Are New Highs Sustainable?
The S&P 500 squirted to new all-time highs today. In the process of getting there, the S&P delivered some impressive breadth readings, but has become over-sold and shows a bearish RSI divergence. Are new highs sustainable?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update - Big Fake or Little Fake?
Last week we were looking for the S&P 500 to drop to about 2,740 before the next larger bounce. Well, the S&P tagged 2,729 and didn’t just bounce, it jolted higher. Does that mean that bears fumbled yet another chance to take control?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 - The Ideal Path
Back in April, the Profit Radar Report projected May to be a rough month. Thus far, May lived up to our expectations. Assuming the S&P 500 continues to follow this projection, here is what the rest of the year would look like.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Update
On Monday the S&P 500 tested long-and short-term trend channel support around 2,810 and bounced. Will this bounce relapse and lead to another relentless move higher? Here is my best guess, and why I decided to buy around 2,820.... >> READ MORE...
 
5 Tempting High Reward S&P 500 Sector ETF Setups
If you like team sports, you know that a team may win even though some of its players had a bad day, or vice versa. Just as a team is made up of individual players, the S&P 500 is comprised of individual sectors. Here are sectors with tempting high reward setups.... >> READ MORE...
 
Comprehensive S&P 500 Update
The S&P 500 set a new all-time high on April 30. Ironically, that new all-time high increased risk and triggered the condition warned in the April 14 Profit Radar Report: “Trade may continue higher, but a one-day drop can erase weeks of gains.” How does this fit into the big picture?... >> READ MORE...
 
New S&P 500 Highs Reduce Long-term Bear Market Risk to Zero
In February 2016, I also wrote a “zero bear market risk” article. The same ‘zero bear market risk’ indicator triggered again in January 2019 and is now confirmed by yet another long-term ‘zero bear market risk’ pattern.... >> READ MORE...
 
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