Markets Hold Hourly Support Zones Chris Brecher - March 6, 2017 After a big sell-off yesterday, all the indexes tested important hourly support levels, and held. I am interested to see if the banks and the airlines will continue to hold up the markets into next week. . . . Learn more
2400 Already? ... Amazing Chris Brecher - March 2, 2017 A gigantic short squeeze today led to a huge rally in most major indexes. The SPX actually reached the 2400 level, an ascent that has an almost parabolic look to it. Luckily, I have been recommending many small cap stocks, and those have acted well in this rally. . . . Learn more
Say It Isn't So, the DJIA Closed Near Its Low Chris Brecher - March 1, 2017 With the /ES stretched too far from its daily 20 SMA, it didn't take much for the indexes to have a brief pause. Worries about tonight's Congress presentation was enough to halt the DJI's winning streak at 12 days. . . . Learn more
Watch the UVXY Chris Brecher - February 28, 2017 The UVXY, of the worst products ever created, is still a good indicator of intraday nervousness. With the /ES near its high for the day, so is the UVXY. This is probably due to nervousness ahead of Trump's presentation in front of Congress tomorrow night at 9 PM EST. . . . Learn more
Another One of Those Fantastic Finishes Chris Brecher - February 27, 2017 Worries over Trump's presentation in front of Congress on February 28th gave way to a burst of late day buying. By the very end of the day, the DJIA had notched its 11 straight positive close. I expect that early next week, the market will be quiet, awaiting that news from the Halls of Congress. . . . Learn more
Infrastructure Stocks Take a Hit Chris Brecher - February 24, 2017 Rumors that an infrastructure bill won't be introduced till 2018 hit the leaders of this rally as X, NUE, CAT, and VMC sustained big losses. But overall, the markets held up, led by the financials. . . . Learn more
Fed Minutes Fail To Move Markets Chris Brecher - February 23, 2017 Fed minutes that worried about a lack of overall volatility failed to dent most markets today. The only underpeformers were the Transports and the /TF, both of which get hurt from a tightening in rates. . . . Learn more
Promise of A Tax Deal Propels the Market Chris Brecher - February 22, 2017 A Tweet From the Oval Office Promising a Tax Cut in the next few weeks was all it took to send most markets to new highs. I still think the play is the good looking charts of the small caps, and they keep rewarding us. . . . Learn more
Another Noon Balloon Chris Brecher - February 21, 2017 After another early morning sell-off, the market started "expanding" around lunchtime, led by the FANG stocks and the banks. 4 days this week, the overall market did exactly the same thing, at the same time. . . . Learn more
Don't Short An Oversold Market in An Uptrend Chris Brecher - February 17, 2017 Amid an early morning short squeeze in the UVXY, the markets sold off sharply. However, the major indexes once again became "oversold in an uptrend" on hourly charts, which led to a nice recovery by the end of the day. . . . Learn more
Onward and Upward Chris Brecher - February 14, 2017 Most markets continued their upward trajectory today, as strength in the leaders like the banks and the FANG stocks kept the rally afloat. . . . Learn more
Optimism About Tax Breaks Leads to a Nice Follow-Through Rally Chris Brecher - February 13, 2017 The overall market is giving a big benefit of the doubt to our government's promise of tax breaks sooner rather than later. However, most indexes are very stretched. I would use the banks and the materials stocks as "tells" for the next week, as they have led this new leg of the rally. . . . Learn more
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