Posts From J Butcofski & K Swartz

J Butcofski & K Swartz
John Butcofski & Kimberly Swartz: After starting in the Investment Brokerage Business in 1994, John found an appreciation for using chart analysis to help his clients achieve their goals. In 2003 John became a Discretionary Portfolio Manager at Morgan Stanley and continued his career at Wells Fargo Advisors as Vice President of Investments and PIM Portfolio Manager. He has completed Level I and Level II of the Chartered Market Technicians Program, and has expertise in Pattern Analysis and Relative Strength Investing. His visionary insight into the macro picture of the market helps provide precise actionable direction and strategies that serve the best interest of his clients. John is currently a fee only advisor, with Discretion and Founder of Captain John Charts, financial and analysis research website and Co-Founder of AlphaChartist, that utilizes Quantitative Models blended with Technical Analysis. John is a graduate of Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and was the Captain of the Division 1, Northeastern football team, imparting him with the essential life skills of leadership, character and ingenuity. John is an accomplished Golfer, enjoys Tuna and Fly Fishing, Boating, Cooking and Friends.
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Why Motorola Solutions Stock (MSI) Could Be Headed Higher

Do you like big bullish bases for stocks?  How about breakouts? Motorola Solutions (MSI) fits this criteria for me. Today, I’ll look at both the weekly and monthly chart to show why Motorola Solutions could be a great longer-term play for growth investors. In the weekly chart below, Motorola Solutions…

Netflix Stock Chart (NFLX): 3 Bearish Observations

The Nasdaq and its contingent of tech stocks are not doing so well right now. The strongest stocks and sectors are sometimes the last to fall.  Today we’ll look at Netflix (NFLX). Looking at NFLX Monthly and Daily charts below, there are 3 bearish observations to note: 1.  There’s an…

S&P 500 Correction Chart: Another Pitchfork In The Road

Last week, I shared a chart that started an Andrew’s pitchfork off the 1987 lows. The purpose of that post was to highlight potential levels of support (especially in light of the current stock market correction). Today, I have another pitchfork chart. This time it starts from 1982… and perhaps…

CyberArk (CYBR): A Strong Stock In A Winning Sector

Forward thinking is a great way to approach investment research. It can guide an investor to companies that may be on the precipice of explosive growth or even slightly ahead of their time. Forward thinking often reveals little treasures. We want to share one today: CyberArk (NASDAQ:CYBR). We believe that…

S&P 500 Intermediate-Term Downside Risk Levels

We are going to look at the S&P 500 today using monthly and weekly charts. First is a look at S&P 500 using Fibonacci analysis; in particular, we will look at the Fibonacci Extension from the 2007 highs to the 2009 lows. Notice how the rally stopped right at the…