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Bearish S&P 500 Pattern Still Looms
The S&P 500 reversed from expanding diagonal resistance outlined in the last free Market Outlook. Despite last week’s bounce, a bearish overlap continues to favor bears for now.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Reverses at Upside Target
The stock market rallied as anticipated and reversed from my initial up side target. This reversal unleashes a very ominous down side target, but there’s a caveat:... >> READ MORE...
 
Bear Market Rally ... or Not?
The S&P 500 is up more than 15% since the June low and has retraced more than 50% of the points lost from the January high to June low. Is this still just a bear market rally?... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 and Inflation Update
The last update mentioned that the S&P 500 will certainly rally to close the open chart gap at 3,900. It did so. Now what? Also, an update on inflation.... >> READ MORE...
 
Blood on Wall Street
The latest selling frenzy pushed various stock market gauges into historically extreme territory. Based on some indicators, blood is gushing on Wall Street … and we know what Buffett’s famous adage says. ... >> READ MORE...
 
Is it Time to Buy?
The average stock is down much more than indexes like the S&P 500 or Dow Jones. Some mega stocks have price tags not seen in years, even below pre-pandemic levels. Is it time to buy some select over-hated stocks or indexes?... >> READ MORE...
 
Are Things Bad Enough to be Good?
The S&P 500 reached our down side target of 4,000 and actually sliced below it. Failure to rally around 4,000 unlocked the next down side target, but are things bad enough to where they are actually starting to be good for a buying opportunity?... >> READ MORE...
 
Boom or Bust
On April 11, the S&P 500 fell below a level that eliminated the most straight-forward bullish outcome. Here are the most likely alternatives and what breadth (or lack thereof) says about stocks.... >> READ MORE...
 
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