All Reports and Signal Pages
(most recent at top)

Chart Trader – SPY and QQQ Hit Moment of truth, Retail and Banks Lead Lower, Breadth Wanes, Gold Perks Up (Premium)

It ain’t over until large-caps buckle. SPY and QQQ have yet to break short-term support. These two are holding the market up because we are seeing widespread weakness outside of a few large-caps. The S&P MidCap 400 SPDR and Russell 2000 ETF hit their lowest (closing) levels since late June. The Retail SPDR hit its lowest (closing

Read More »

Getting Started with TrendInvestorPro!

This page provides an overview of my philosophy, the analysis tools that I use, the commentary schedule and the offerings on the premium page. Focusing on ETFs, TrendinvestorPro offers an objective and systematic approach to the analysis process. Note that there are three possibilities when we analyze a chart

Read More »

Chart Trader – SPY and QQQ Affirm Supports, Breadth Indicators Lag, Three ETFs and Five Stock Setups (Premium)

SPY and QQQ fell back after their breakouts and bounced off broken resistance levels. These short-term bounces affirm supports and keep the short-term uptrends alive. It is important to monitor these two because the rest of the market looks rather shaky. Breadth is not keeping pace, September seasonality is here and mid-caps are lagging.

Read More »

Chart Trader – A Fragile/Split Market, Monitoring Breakouts, Stock Setups for Chemicals, Steel, Gaming and Healthcare (Premium)

The market looks fragile and is definitely split. Large-cap techs are leading, small-caps are lagging and mid-caps are caught in between. The long-term trends are up for SPY and QQQ as both hit new highs in July. The S&P MidCap 400 SPDR (MDY) and Russell 2000 ETF (IWM), in contrast, did not break their early February highs. They are largely range bound

Read More »

The Key to the August Breakouts – with Video (Free)

Stocks surged in the second half of August with several ETFs breaking out of corrective patterns, such as falling flags or falling wedges. Even though September is a seasonally weak month, these breakouts are bullish until proven otherwise. Today’s commentary will analyze the breakout in the Technology SPDR (XLK).

Read More »

Seasonality versus Simply Market Timing (Public)

According to the Stock Trader’s Almanac, the best six-month period runs from November to April. The worst six-month period runs from May to October. This is where the phrase “sell in May and go away” comes from. There is some validity to the best

Read More »
Scroll to Top