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Pop quiz: what’s next for the US market?

  I conduct a few “Technical analysis 101” lectures every year for investment clubs and university business students. At the […]

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Comparing the daily & weekly S&P500 charts

The two charts above & below show mostly bullish pictures, but there are a few items of caution. First, let’s look […]

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Brace for a February pullback

  Despite the fact that we are still in the “Best six months” period, according to seasonal patterns (November through […]

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Nasdaq correction overdue, trend remains bullish

  There’s little debate that the NAZ was due to correct. The index hadn’t had a significant correction to the […]

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Neartermed outlook for oil

  If you have followed this blog for a while, you will know that I have been rather bearish on […]

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Correction on schedule

  I mentioned last week that the TSX was setting up for a correction or pause – here’s the blog: […]

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Japan setting up

A ascending triangle appears to be setting up on the daily chart of the iShares Japanese index chart. Signs are looking […]

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Time for a pullback

The noted calendar date to buy when utilizing the Best Six Months strategy is October 26th, according to Thackray’s Investors […]

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Will interest sensitive stocks continue to rally?

The 20-yr US long bond is, unsurprisingly, staging an oversold comeback. Following that strength, interest sensitive stocks like utilities, pipelines […]

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Oil chart looks bearish

Earlier this year (January 3rd, 2013), I wrote a blog suggesting that crude’s breakout from the triangle might target around […]

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