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The stock market closed last week at its weekly high; that’s bullish.

All three major stock index rose last week as the stock market is now in a confirmed bullish trend. The stock market closed at its weekly high on Friday. This is also bullish as it shows that there is minimal selling pressure. Our relative strength stock market sector table shows a very positive turnaround in the Technology Group. […]

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Long-term and under the covers, the market is still bullish

The stock market has moved to a loss for January. However, the longer-term view shows the stock market still bullish. In fact, the Nasdaq Composite is till above its longer-term trend channel that began in October 2011. Prices are completely contained within their respective trend channels of the same period for both the S&P and […]

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Stock Market – confirmed strength following the reduction in the Federal Reserve’s QE

The stock market is strong, having resumed its upward trend. It reacted positively to the Federal Reserve’s announcement, on Wednesday, that it was lowering and eventually ending its Quantitative Easing program where it has been buying billions of dollars of U.S. 10-year notes at auction with newly created dollars. Our Stock Market Relative Strength Sector […]

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The Nasdaq is stronger than the S&P and Dow and is at the top of its bullish trend channel

The  S&P and DOW are in the middle of their bullish trend channels while the Nasdaq Composite is at the top of its bullish trend channel. It is likely that the Nasdaq will drop towards the bottom of its channel. Of course, it’s possible it could continue to rally. But prices have been contained in […]

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