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Will Start Of Q2 Earnings Take Us To S&P 2000?

Market focus soon turns to earnings after two days of better-than- expected U.S. jobs numbers emboldened investors to propel the S&P 500 to record levels and the Dow Jones Industrial Average clear of 17,000 for the first time in its history. We know this latter milestone drives media interest more than professional investing interest, but […]

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Weekly Market Commentary

The stock market has had a bit rougher time this week.  Our indicators are turning bearish now, and if there is a breakdown in $SPX, a full-blown correction should be underway. This brings up the matter of whether or not the recent $SPX breakout to new all-time highs (and the Dow’s as well) was a false breakout. I would […]

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Inside The Pullback – Weekly Market Outlook

What a difference a day makes. Things were going fine through the first four days of last week; the big pullback from two weeks ago had nearly been undone. Then Friday struck, and undid almost all of the gain for the week. The contraction, however, isn’t even the point – the market sill managed to […]