Based on both my cyclical/technical analysis and liquidity analysis, I had a July 10 deadline for the end of the strong period for stocks. We’re now a week past that point and the market remains a tad higher than it was on July 10, and higher overall than I anticipated. When the market misaligns with the projected timeframe of my analysis, it’s time to ask whether I’m wrong or just early. As I do my research, that question is never far from my mind.
It’s important to always do a little post mortem when things don’t go as expected. In doing so, I try to figure out what happened and what I missed that caused the market to operate outside my expectations. That can help me make a course correction in my current forecast. At times, it can even help me recognize a new or different indicator that provides me with a deeper understanding of what’s driving the market, and where it’s ultimately headed.
While I cannot possibly account for every fluctuating input influencing the market direction, I try to recognize those that are most important.
That’s why I’ve organized a handful of the most important indicators that I’ve been using, as well as a couple that perhaps I should have given more consideration.
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