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Adding to the chorus of negative notes regarding the state of the stock market is the current cumulative advance decline breadth indicator for the S&P 500 index. While the index has been able to stair-step higher, the breadth measure which gives us an indication of just how many individual issues are keeping pace is lagging.
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Yes, the S&P 500 index broke above the 1130 level that had provided resistance for the summer. That’s an undeniable fact. But I’m still skeptical that it has truly broken out of the summer doldrums that has kept stock prices in a listless trading range.
I was similarly skeptical in early August as the S&P 500 […]

According to Richard Dickson of Lowry Research, while the market indices chop around listlessly, a deeper look at the market internals suggests that there is ongoing accumulation occurring. Lowry’s proprietary models of demand and supply have been pointing to a cyclical bull market for some time now and they are continuing to be supportive of […]

The following is a guest post by Charles H. Dow Award winner, Wayne Whaley (CTA) of Witter & Lester. If you would like to be privy to his daily market comments and model ratings via daily email, free of charge, email him at wayne[AT]witterlester.com with the subject title “ADD ME TO DAILY EMAIL”.
The Hindenburg Omen […]

On Monday the NYSE Cumulative Advance Decline line reached a new all time high. For obvious reasons that turned a lot heads in the technical analysis community. After all, this happens relatively rarely and it is interpreted as a bullish omen for obvious reasons.
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While I acknowledge the occurrence, […]




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