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Don’t Feel Obligated to Play this Market

While the bears didn’t gain any ground today, the bulls couldn’t get anything going either.  (more…)

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Bearish Harami Formation a Sign of Market Downside?

After a strong showing Friday by the bulls and the chance to show us Monday that they are finally here to stay, the bulls instead chose to cower in the corner.    (more…)

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Trading Range or a Hindenburg Omen Market Collapse?

The Monday morning vigor continued today but, after only a few minutes, it quickly disappeared and we trended lower into the close.  (more…)

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A Dead Cat Bounce in the Markets?

Thursday was another rough day in the markets as we continued the sell off.  The bulls managed a bounce but we could not break the resistance at the 50-day simple moving average of 1087. (more…)

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The Fed Continues to Provide Cheap Money but Will it Help?

Tuesday was a day that started off with a gap-down, due partially to China showing weakness and ending with all eyes on the outcome of the Fed’s meeting.  The bulls were looking for signs that the Fed was going to take more action to assist the economy rather than take the perspective that no more needs to be done.  While we did not get a stimulus, it seems the bulls got enough to work with. (more…)

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Will the Fed Hint Towards Another Stimulus?

Monday was yet another reminder of last year’s low volume rallies.  We ended today with the lowest volume of the year.  It seems volume has continued to decrease over the past few weeks and some of it may be very concerned bears and bulls alike waiting on the outcome of Tuesday’s Fed meeting. (more…)

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A Boring Day in the Market is still a Win for the Bulls

We started the day off with a small gap-down and market breadth of about 3 to 1 negative.  The bears had an opportunity to gain some ground as the small-caps underperformed once again.  Instead, we saw the bulls fight back on low volume.  While it was unimpressive for the bulls, it was still a win as we continue to test June’s highs and continue to stay above the 200-day moving average in the S&P 500. (more…)

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