Posts From Chris Kimble

Chris Kimble
Chris Kimble is the founder and CEO of Kimble Charting Solutions. His firm provides research for individual investors, financial professionals, 401k managers and hedge funds around the world. He specializes in pattern analysis in stock indexes, bonds, currencies, commodities and individual stocks, using pictures to highlight the opportunity at hand with a touch of humor. His mission is to help investors enlarge portfolios regardless of market direction. Chris has 33 years of experience in the financial industry. He spent 25 years as a financial planner, before turning to helping people capitalize on the Power of the pattern. With a business and psychology background he combines the footprint of pattern analysis with investor sentiment extremes to find opportunities and solutions for investors. You can read more about Chris on his website Kimble Charting Solutions http://kimblechartingsolutions.com/.
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Dow Industrials “Megaphone” Pattern Leads To Major Test!

Back in November, I shared a long-term historical chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and pointed out a megaphone pattern breakout that looked bullish for stocks. After that post, the Dow Industrials rose over 3000 points into January before embarking on a long overdue correction. So what now?  Let’s…

Opportunity Knocks… Will Gold Bulls Answer?

Gold investors have enjoyed a strong start to 2018. After a brief pullback into early February, the shiny metal has charged higher once more. The question now: Is a major breakout on the way for gold and precious metals bulls? Looking at the chart below, you can see that a…

Are Stocks Falling Into A Deep Market Freeze Here?

Back in December, we were featured in a MarketWatch article entitled “A Dow Crash?  Another 25% Jump?  No,  Here’s The Case For A Market Freeze In 2018.“ At that time, our research showed that the Dow Jones Industrial Average was fast approaching “major” dual resistance at the top of a 70…

Are Rising Interest Rates About To Hit A Wall?

Rising interest rates are finally getting some attention here, and by all accounts, investors are concerned! The rate with which treasury yields have moved higher has caught many off guard and may be part of the recent uptick in market volatility. Will interest rates pull back now that the market…

Investors: Put The Dow Transports On Your Radar!

The Dow Jones Transportation Average can be a great market “tell” for investors. Especially when it’s outperforming or underperforming the broader market. Dow Theory comes to mind… this is where the Dow Industrials and Dow Transports confirm a trend by following one another in making new highs or lows. And…

Nasdaq 100 Racing To A Top? Watch Tech Stocks Here!

As we pointed out yesterday, the FAANG stocks are trading up against important resistance. And as you might expect, the large cap tech stock index, the Nasdaq 100, is doing the same thing. The trend is clearly “up” as the bulls have price heading lower left to upper right. However,…

FAANG Stocks Rallying Into Important Resistance Here!

Over the last 2 years, FAANG stocks (otherwise known as Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix & Google) have lead the market to new high after new high. Although these are all large cap stocks, they all have traded more like high beta “momentum” stocks recently. Though all five FAANG stocks remain…

Are Commodity Bulls On The Brink Of A Major Breakout?

From 2011 to late 2015, the Thomson Reuters Equal Weighted Commodity Index lost nearly half its value as the Gold, Grains, and Energy industries worked their way through bear markets. Since bottoming in late 2015, commodity prices have made a comeback of sorts, chopping their way higher.  Couple this with…

Bitcoin Volatility Picks Up Near Important Price Support

Bitcoin prices are pulling back in January following an historic run last year. Clearly smart money has been taking some gains as the red hot Cryptocurrency takes a breather and retail investors find their way in. Since peaking in mid-December, Bitcoin is down over forty percent. And volatility has picked up….