The apparent 6 month cycle upturn remains intact, but here’s why bears can still be expectant and bulls need to protect their assets.
Cycle screening measures improved enough last week to hint at an intermediate upturn. We were looking for that so, it all looks good.
Long term indicators are now signaling a bear market. But the short run could be a different story. Here’s what to look for this week, including the triggers that could accelerate the crash.
Short term cycles have entered up phases. A 6 month cycle low is due, and a 13 week cycle upturn is overdue but most technical indicators are still weak. Here’s what to look for.
The market smashed the long term uptrend channel dating back to February 2016 last week. That signals the end of the bull market, although there may still be one or two head fakes before the bear gets to sink its teeth in.
The market has pulled back to multiple support lines in the 2870 area and market cycle indicators are weakening. Here’s what to look for.
There were a slew of signs last week that a 10-12 month cycle top is starting to form.
There’s one thing on the charts now that can save the bears. If it doesn’t happen, this report shows you where the next rallh targets would be.
The market continues to trend weakly higher, with no sign of real conviction or cyclical breadth momentum.
There are enough red flags to suggest that a top is finally forming. Here’s what to look for.