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A Key Bull Market “Tell” For Investors in 2018

When markets peak, it speaks to a changing of the guard. During the bullish phase, the conviction to own growth-oriented stocks is greater than the...

Today’s Perspective On Recent Stock Market Volatility

VOLATILITY IS ALWAYS STRESSFUL With lingering concerns about trade, markets sold off Monday with all three major U.S. indexes posting intraday declines of greater than...

Stock Market History: Bullish Trends And Pullbacks To 200-Day

Easier Market Calendar year 1995 featured a very strong trend with little in the way of pullbacks for the S&P 500. Harder Market Since easier markets are...

S&P 500 Weekly Outlook: Lack Of Confirmation Brings Volatility

Stock market volatility emerged this week after internal measures failed to show confirmation of the rally on a broader basis. This could keep the...

Market Synchronicity and MA Crossovers Point Higher For Stocks

The ETF's of several major stock market indices are moving higher in synchronicity. And this is bullish from a macro perspective. Using one of our...

Market Breadth and Volume Still Bullish For Long-Term Investors

An August 2016 analysis outlined a long-term bullish signal for stocks that has occurred only ten other times in the last thirty-five years. If we fast-forward to...

S&P 500 Outlook: Can Stocks Defy Seasonal Weakness?

In this week’s investing research outlook, we will analyze the current trend of the S&P 500 Index (INDEXSP:.INX), check in on investor sentiment and market breadth...

Stock Market Trends Weekly Update: Bulls Running

THE BIG PICTURE The broader stock market remains in an uptrend. Worries continue to linger, but the best thing to do is follow the price...

7 Bearish Signs For Stocks… And Why The Sky Isn’t Falling

Scary Things About The Stock Market There is never a perfect time to invest in the stock market. There is always something concerning on the...

Will Small Caps And Mid Caps Continue To Underperform?

Outperform vs. Underperform Outperformance occurs when asset A is more profitable than asset B. For example, small caps (blue) and mid caps (green) both outperformed...

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