Category Archives: Equity Markets

What’s Ahead – Technical & Intermarket Analysis View


Most of the blog postings I have done have been in a macro view on US equities (aka S&Ps) along with some intermarket analysis with a look at crude & gold. In foreign exchange (aka FX), due to its volatility … Continue reading

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Only a Small Rally


S&Ps made new lows late last week, early this week. As I noted earlier on my blog, I was expecting some consolidation, which did occur, before a move lower. The latter part did not happen.  US equities decided to go … Continue reading

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Proof of further downside in S&Ps.


The US equity markets has not been friendly for the bulls the past 2 1/2 months. If technical analysis has a story to tell, it is saying we are going further downward.

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SPX & VIX – Whats Ahead????


As a member of the StockTwits community, I was asked my one of the people who run the site to submit pictures (and tweet) on my technical analysis of the S&P.  I accepted, as I like to share my thoughts … Continue reading

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Wow… What a Day!


Coming into today, it was Goldman Sachs on Capital Hill that was the headline news in the financial markets today.  It was still a big story, but it all changed when S&P downgraded the debt rating of Greece to junk … Continue reading

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S&Ps – Can It Go Much Further?


This week, the S&P recovered the losses from the Goldman Sachs news, and tried twice to break resistance before reaching new market highs.  The S&P was also in consolidation the past week a half, without breaking key trendlines, so the … Continue reading

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The Crude & SPs Correlation


2008 was the beginning of the credit crisis, but there was also a concern about the high price of crude.  Speculators were putting money to work in the commodity for several reasons:

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