Entries Categorized as 'Stock Market'

Breakout in SPX to Signal Breakout in Currencies?

Date September 20, 2010

The following chart shows an inverse head and shoulders breakout in the S&P. Given that currencies like to trail equities, this suggests that we could see further gains in the EUR/USD and maybe even USD/JPY.

Are Stocks Peaking?

Date August 4, 2010

Here’s an interesting chart from Nomura’s Technical Strategist showing how there seems to be a nearly a perfect 14 session cycle between peaks. It looks to me like some of the peaks are VERY short-lived but nonetheless it is an interesting chart with a pattern that’s worth keeping in mind because it suggests that stocks […]

How Far Can Stocks Fall?

Date November 20, 2008

With the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting 5 year lows today, the burning question on everyone’s mind is, how far can stocks fall. This is a perfect time to republish a post that I wrote in the middle of October titled DJIA: Does the Past Offer Hope? Here is a very interesting chart published by […]

In the Financial Papers: Today’s Top Forex News 04.03.08

Date April 3, 2008

Here is the “In the Financial Papers Radio Broadcast” (Length: 07:49 minutes). The player should load automatically. Please let me know if you like it. Contact Kathy In the Financial Papers:   Podcast Covers: Jobless Claims Breach 400k Bernanke Says Recession May be near US Slowdown Takes Toll Across the Globe US Factory Orders Fall […]

How Bad are US Stocks Doing?

Date April 1, 2008

US stocks have fallen over 7 percent since the beginning of the year. For US traders, investors and anyone with a 401k, this certainly feels like a bear market. However, the performance of US stocks isn’t nearly as bad as the performance of equities in many other countries around the world. According to the WSJ’s […]