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Is the NASDAQ Now in Thin Air?

Written on October 21st, 2009 by Brianno shouts

Of the three major indexes I track: DOW, NASDAQ and the S&P 500, only the NASDAQ is in thin air.
What do I mean by that? So far the NASDAQ is the [...]

OIL & the US Dollar – Technical Analysis Daily

Written on October 19th, 2009 by Brianno shouts

The recent run to 10,000 on the DOW might be over for a short time. Yes, the 10,000 mark is a psycological ceiling, but we have a few other things [...]

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Stock Market Training – Adam Hewison – Guest Post

Written on October 12th, 2009 by Brian2 shouts

First of all I want to thank you for having me as a guest today!
My name is Adam Hewison. You might want to Google Me to confirm what I am [...]

XCI Computer Technology Index – Technical Analysis Daily

Written on October 12th, 2009 by Brianone shout

Interesting look at the XCI Amex Computer Technology index last night. XCI is in a great trend as per the chart below.
Some of the great looking XCI components include:
Intel (INTC [...]

SkyWest (NASDAQ:SKYW) Technical Analysis Daily

Written on October 5th, 2009 by Brianno shouts

SkyWest, Inc. (nasdaq:SKYW) bounces off support today as markets rally.
I know, I know, can hear it already, “Again with the airlines?”  Not very creative of me, I agree but I’ve put [...]

Airlines Index – XAL – Technical Analysis Daily

Written on September 20th, 2009 by Brianno shouts

XAL Technical Analysis Daily
In looking over the U.S. Industries Indices today, I identified the AMEX:XAL Airlines Index as a great performer with some near term strength.
Even though the RSI is now [...]

Is Buy and Hold Dead? – Technical Analysis Daily

Written on September 18th, 2009 by Brianone shout

…You see, when the value of the underlying stock is steadily declining, the buy and hold investor continually pays the highest price for the stock, the value of the investment never exceeds the initial investment and the interest earned is always less than before due to the continual erosion of value of the underlying security. It’s a losing battle and many people have lost fortunes blindly following buy and hold way longer than they should have.

Huntsman Corp – Technical Analysis Daily

Written on September 16th, 2009 by Brianno shouts

Huntsman Corp has been in a strong up trend for around 60 days now. Huntsman’s momentum – very steady, but note the RSI is signaling overbought today so expect a minor pull-back before entering a trade. At that point I would scale-in since this trend is quite mature.

FMC Corporation – Technical Analysis Daily

Written on September 15th, 2009 by Brianone shout

Last week I was preoccupied with the Dow Jones U.S. Chemicals Index. The DJUSCHhas been in a trustworthy up trend over the last month and recently took a quick pause offering this index a chance for consolidation. With the brisk market action today the DJUSCH is in a great place (better than most) to continue it’s trend.

Dow Jones U.S. Chemicals – Technical Analysis Daily

Written on September 11th, 2009 by Brianno shouts

Currently watching all Dow Jones U.S. Chemicals for a good entry point. I’m staying out of momentum plays until Monday as the current environment is fairly hot.