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Video, ChartBook Update and ChartNotes

This post features chart notes on recent developments in our core ETF list, an update to the ETF ChartBook and a video covering all 60 core ETFs. Note that the video also covers some of the key charts from Friday’s commentary.

New High Parade Extends – What About the Consumer Discretionary SPDR?

The new high parade continued this week with the S&P 500 SPDR and four sector SPDRs hitting new highs. The Technology SPDR (XLK), Industrials SPDR (XLI), Finance SPDR (XLF) and Materials SPDR (XLB) recorded new 52-week highs. The Healthcare SPDR (XLV) recorded a new high for 2019, but remains just short of a 52-week high. …

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Weekend Stock Setups

This week’s charts feature stocks in different stages of the corrective process. Some are still in downtrends and have yet to reverse their corrections, some have broken out recently and some are mean-reversion setups.

Video, ChartBook Update and Chart Notes

There were several new highs, and even a few all time highs, this week as stocks extended their October run into early November. This post features some ETF chart notes, an update to the ETF ChartBook and a video covering all 60 core ETFs.

Anatomy of a Classic Bullish Continuation Pattern – And a Live Example

Bullish continuation patterns are my favorite patterns when it comes to stocks and ETFs. As the name suggests, bullish continuation patterns, when confirmed, signal a continuation of the prior trend. Furthermore, because it is a “bullish” continuation, it means the prior trend was up and that trend is now continuing. With the S&P 500 spending …

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Ranking and Grouping ETFs – Key Large-cap ETFs at Moment of Truth – More Downtrends than Uptrends

The goal of this commentary is to cut through the day-to-day noise and focus on price action that actually matters. Noise can be in the form of news or random price fluctuations. Either way, we are often better off when we filter the noise and focus on what really matters. So what really matters? Trends …

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