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Are We Witnessing A V-Shaped Stock Market Bottom?

It was a record-breaking week for the stock market, which was a welcome surprise to many investors and traders who had been panicking in the face of heavy selling just last week. The Dow Industrials and S&P 500 were up 4.3% for the week, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 was up 5.7%. Last week, I…
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Don’t Get Fooled By The Monthly Reports

Even though the stock market had an impressive reversal last Friday, many stock investors and traders have avoided buying stocks ahead of January's CPI report, released yesterday. Fears that the CPI number would be higher than expected had some convinced that last week’s market selling could resume. The January CPI came in at +0.5%, higher…
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Are the Wall Street Strategists Finally Right?

As stocks plunged all week, there seemed to be little concern on Wall Street, as almost all of the experts on financial television felt it would be a buying opportunity. There was a little more concern when the S&P 500 reached its 200-day MA on Friday, but still they were bit turning bearish. Historically, Wall…
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Is The Stock Market Now On Thin Ice?

The sharp drop in the major averages Friday added to the week’s woes, as the Dow Industrials was down over 4% and the S&P 500 lost 3.9% for the week. All eleven S&P sectors were lower.  The relentless selling was evident from the weekly NYSE A/D numbers, as only 283 stocks advanced and 2821 declined.…
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The Week Ahead: Don’t Let The Euphoria Change Your Plan

The first four weeks of 2018 have turbocharged the interest in the stock market as the fund flows have broken records. Since the start of the year $58 billion as moved into stock mutual fund and EFTs according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Of course Bank of America commented that this data had generated…
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What Happened To Stocks During The 2013 Shutdown

The stock market managed to shake off the threat of a government shutdown on Friday to close the week higher again as the NYSE A/D ratios were strong at 2-1 positive. Apparently some on Wall Street did not think a shutdown was possible or were not worried about its impact. [caption id="attachment_907689584" align="alignleft" width="960"] (Photo…
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