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Find Trades Using These POWERFUL MACD Combinations

In this exclusive StockCharts TV video, Joe shows how to use 2-3 specific MACD patterns on the monthly and weekly charts to set the stage for potential trading ideas. Joe then goes through the shifts in the Sector action and shows where the money is flowing. He covers the stock requests that came through, then highlights stocks in some of the sectors looking attractive, including EA, EBAY, and more. This video was originally published on...

Seasonal Sector Investing in the Fall: Top Sectors to Watch Now!

Seasonality is like a second opinion from a wise friend who knows something about the market’s historical tendencies. While you’re weighing current price action against the fundamental dynamics of the environment, seasonality tells you what things have typically gone on, by how much, where they’ve happened, and when they tend to happen. It’s a secondary context. So, relative to the S&P 500 ($SPX), what might history reveal about seasonal sector performance from September to the...

Dow Theory Bull Confirmed! What Happens Next?

In this edition of StockCharts TV‘s The Final Bar, Dave comments on the Newer Dow Theory signal, improving market breadth conditions, impact of lower interest rates, and key levels to watch for GLD, UNH, CAT, and BAC. He also breaks down today’s rally driven by small caps and value stocks as the technology sector registered a rare down day. This video originally premiered on July 16, 2024. Watch on our dedicated Final Bar page on StockCharts TV! New episodes of The...

Why Stocks are STILL the BEST Investment

In this video from StockCharts TV, Julius looks at the markets from an asset allocation perspective using various RRGs. Stocks are (still) beating bonds, while commodities are rotating out of favor and the USD is losing steam. BTC is jumping higher off support, and the Yield Curve is steepening against the longer-term flattening trend. This video was originally broadcast on July 16, 2024. Click anywhere on the icon above to view on our dedicated page for Julius. Past...

Small Caps & Value Sectors are Booming (For Now)

In this edition of StockCharts TV‘s The Final Bar, Dave recaps a strong Monday for value stocks, with the Financial and Energy sectors leading the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to new highs. He shares an update on the Hindenburg Omen, how Bitcoin has regained its 200-day moving average, and key levels to watch for XLE, FANG, APA, XLF, GS, KEY, and AMZN. See Dave’s chart on new 52-week highs and lows here! This video originally premiered on...

Carvana Stock Is Picking Up Speed. Is Now the Time To Buy?

Carvana (CVNA) stock has recently appeared in the StockChartsTechnical Rank (SCTR) Top 10 list, which makes it a stock worth analyzing. If you look at Carvana’s stock chart (discussed in detail below), you’ll see that besides hitting new 52-week highs, it has shown some interesting price movement in the last year. The stock price gapped up on the last two earnings reports, leading to stock upgrades from analysts. Going back to early 2023, you’ll notice...

DP Trading Room: PMO Sort on Earnings Darlings

Earnings are coming into focus and today Erin looks at the big earnings stocks to find out which look the best going into earnings. She took the list of stocks and sorted them by the Price Momentum Oscillator (PMO) which put the strongest stocks at the top of the list. Find out which stocks are set up best going into earnings! Carl talks about finding high dividend payers using the list of stocks in dividend...

TIME TO USE YOUR DISCRETION AS SECTOR HELPS PROP UP EQUITIES?

Good morning and welcome to this week’s Flight Path. It was another strong week for U.S. equities as we saw S&P hit new highs on a week of strong blue “Go” bars. Treasury bond prices had a good weeks as well with a string of blue “Go” bars and the U.S. commodity index was able to remain in a “Go” trend although we did see some weakness with aqua bars as the week came to a...

Using Nasdaq 100 Specific Breadth to Measure Risk Appetite

The Nasdaq 100 is a major driver in the stock market and Nasdaq 100 breadth indicators should be part of our broad market analysis routine. 84 Nasdaq 100 stocks (16.8%) are also in the S&P 500 and their weighting accounts for over 30% of the S&P 500. In fact, the six largest stocks in the S&P 500 come from Nasdaq 100 and account for 31.26%. The chart below shows the holdings for each index. Also...

It’s Time To Consider These Areas As Emerging Leaders

There was no doubt that new leadership emerged last week. Here were 3 areas that surged higher, either moving to fresh 52-week highs or breaking significant downtrends: Small Caps The small cap Russell 2000 (IWM) has been trying to clear the 210-211 area for the past two years. After doing so late last week, the IWM appears poised to make a run at its all-time high near 235: The really interesting part about small caps...