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May 22 Daily Market Comments

The market indexes still show indecisive investor sentiment. The NASDAQ continues to trade positive while the transportation index keeps bobbing on its lower trend channel. The Dow and the S&P 500 are demonstrating very indecisive movement. These market conditions continue to provide opportunities and specific stocks/sectors, both on the long side and the short side. … [Read More...]

May 21 Daily Market Comments

The worrisome transportation index yesterday appears will found the lower end of its trend channel today, showing some support. This does not change the overall characteristic of the market, indecisive but in a very slow uptrend. The prognosis remains the same, each individual stock chart and sector remains the predominant criteria. … [Read More...]

May 20 Daily Market Comments

Today's early selling continues to demonstrate a relatively indecisive slow uptrend in the markets. Keep in mind, an uptrend usually consists of selling in the morning with buying coming back in later in the day. Currently there is no evidence of a change of investor sentiment from the current slow uptrend. BLDR can be bought if it goes positive today, frypan bottom. … [Read More...]

May 19 Daily Market Comments

After the Dow has broken out of the wedge formation last week, the trend is now easier to analyze as long as the Dow stays above the T-line, and more so, the 3T line. Currently the indexes demonstrate a slow uptrend without any change of investor sentiment. The trading strategy should remain the same, let each individual stock chart be the main criteria with the bias toward long positions but still having some short positions in the portfolio. … [Read More...]

May 14 Daily Market Comments

The indecisive nature of this market is still evident with the Dow trying to nudge through the upper resistance level while the transportation index is trying to support on the lower support level. The NASDAQ and the S&P 500 are trading in the middle of their trading ranges. The nature of the market trading continues to indicate more evidence that each stock/sector is the primary analysis. … [Read More...]

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