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  • Oversold Conditions May Fuel Rally, Market Awaits Fed...
    By on January 29, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The Fed has started to taper off of the $85 billion in monthly bond purchases at a rate of $10 billion per month. During this month’s policy meeting they will decide whether to stick to the plan and increase the taper by another $10 billion, or slow down the rate of taper. Their decision will ...
  • SPX: Possible Head and Shoulders Developing
    By on January 26, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The head and shoulders pattern is frequently how a price index puts in a top, and, while it may be a bit early to start talking about it, it is one possible scenario that we can anticipate. ————————– (This is an excerpt from recent blogs for Dec...
  • Secular Bull Market?
    By on January 19, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    A subscriber said he had heard a number of talking heads claiming that we are in a secular bull market, and he wondered what I thought.  My gut reaction was to say “no way”, but then I got to thinking about it. ————————– (This is an ...
  • Best Of 2013: 7 Elliott Wave Setups You’ll See ...
    By on January 16, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The best thing about Elliott wave patterns? Easy: They repeat. They repeat on all timeframes, across dozens of markets, all over the world. Once you know what to look for, you see the familiar 5s and 3s repeat in every chart. You know what that means? That means that the same trade set-ups the mark...
  • Watching The SPX Wedge
    By on January 12, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Over the years I have observed that one of the most reliable chart patterns is the rising wedge — reliable in that it usually resolves downward. ————————– (This is an excerpt from recent blogs for Decision Point subscribers.) Click here fo...
  • Crude Oil: Chop, Chop, Chop!
    By on January 6, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The chart for USO (U.S. Oil Fund) has been confusing for some time.  Most recently USO rallied sharply from its November low, only to drop sharply from its December high, taking back nearly all of the gains. Typical action over the last year is that sharp price changes in one direction are followed...
  • Prices Relative To Moving Averages
    By on December 21, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    When a stock is above a moving average it is considered bullish, and the stock can be considered to be in a rising trend for that time frame. A good way to determine the market’s condition (overbought/oversold) across a range of time frames is to analyze the percentage of stocks above their 20...
  • 15 Hand Picked-Charts To Help You See What’s Co...
    By on December 19, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    Have you ever seen price charts that tell a story clearly? Here is a perfect example from Robert Prechter’s most recent monthly publication, The Elliott Wave Theorist. By combining headlines from newspapers with the price chart for retail automotive gasoline, Prechter paints a clear picture &...
  • Three Stocks To Avoid.
    By on December 14, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    As Pete Seeger’s musical adaptation from Ecclesiastes puts it (approximately) ‘to everything there is a season, a time to plant, and a time to reap’. If you planted money in these three stocks I believe it’s time to reap at least some of the profits, and if you don’t own them it’s probab...
  • Free EWI Report: 15 Charts Tell What’s Coming I...
    By on December 14, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    I have an early present for you this year. It’s actually 15 presents in the form of 15 charts of financial markets with analysis by Bob Prechter, the president of Elliott Wave International. He created these charts – which cover markets like the S&P 500, NASDAQ, gold, and mutual funds – to...
  • The Q Ratio and Market Valuation: Interim Update
    By on December 13, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    Note from dshort: I’ve updated this monthly commentary to adjust for the Federal Reserve Z.1 data for Q3, which was published on Monday.  The Q Ratio is a popular method of estimating the fair value of the stock market developed by Nobel Laureate James Tobin. It’s a fairly simple concep...
  • Gold: A Chance for a Bottom
    By on December 7, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    After making a bear market low in June, gold rallied about 20%. Then from the August top, price headed back down for a possible retest of the June low. ————————– (This is an excerpt from recent blogs for Decision Point subscribers.) Click here f...
  • Stealth Bubble
    By on December 2, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    A subscriber writes: Hello Carl. As a long-time subscriber (going back more than 10 years), I have a lot of respect for your historical P/E charts. However, when you recently wrote that stocks are high but not in a bubble, I’m wondering if perhaps you are not considering the stealth bubble di...
  • Stocks Overvalued But No Bubble
    By on November 23, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    As usual we are hearing many claims regarding market valuation, mostly that stocks are undervalued based upon future earnings projections. We are also seeing a lot of headlines about stocks being in a bubble. Using twelve-month trailing earnings for the S&P 500 Index, we find that stocks are ove...
  • Percent Buy Index (PBI) Fails To Confirm
    By on November 18, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    One of our proprietary indicators is the Percent Buy Index (PBI), which shows the percentage of stocks in the S&P 500 Index that are on intermediate-term buy signals. ————————– (This is an excerpt from recent blogs for Decision Point subscri...
  • Healthcare Stocks After Obamacare
    By on November 10, 2013 | No Comments  Comments
    One might think that all the turmoil surrounding Obamacare would be having a negative effect the Health Care Sector, but in so thinking, one would be wrong. ————————– (This is an excerpt from recent blogs for Decision Point subscribers.)   C...

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