The market pulled back to short term trend support on Wednesday and is in position to break the meltup channel decisively if it declines again on Thursday. Here are the key support benchmarks and price targets to watch.
Cycle screening numbers were mixed again on Tuesday. Cyclical breadth momentum has been narrowing over the past week, but not enough to signal reversal yet. Here’s what you need to know.
Cycle projections moved up and point to new highs, but that doesn’t change the long term outlook–at least not yet. This report tells what to look for.
In this analysis we look at what the cycle screens say about whether the bulls will be able to charge around the bears defensive fortifications at 2100.
If they are, stocks could go around it and straight up the Eiffel Tower without stopping.
Cycle screening numbers were mixed Friday. Some key measures strengthened. Others weakened. The aggregate indicator held steady but remained in a negative divergence versus the market averages. This report tells what to watch for and what to expect as a result.
The market has reached a key inflection point. It should signal one way or the other the direction of the next big move. This report covers the benchmarks to watch.
Cycle screening numbers were minimally stronger today. The aggregate indicator upticked but remained in a negative divergence versus the market averages. It is still below Monday’s peak.
They poured water on the fire on the roof today. It stopped the market from burning through resistance for one day anyway. But did that put the fire out?
Cycle screens strengthened slightly in response to the FOMC policy resubstantiation rally. The aggregate indicator upticked but remained in a negative divergence versus the market averages. This can go one of two ways.