Market Breadth Data******************************

Monday, March 31, 2014

$GOOG and $AAPL Trend

Despite improving market breadth readings, the generals are having a tough time advancing:

$SPX and $DJIA Trend and Targets

All eyes on the DJIA and SPX while they challenge the March highs and enter one of the strongest seasonal periods for stocks:

Saturday, March 29, 2014

$SPX Support levels

The weekly SPX chart may seem a little busy, but it shows the key Fibonacci and Gann support levels combined:

Friday, March 28, 2014

$DJIA and World Markets

While the DJIA is levitating above the top of the megaphone pattern:

Europe and Australia are consolidating at the highs:

while Asia is having a harder time with Shanghai continuing on a downward path:

the Nikkei pulling back within the down-sloping channel:

and Hong Kong going nowhere since 2009:

$GLD Support

GLD finding support at the 50% retracement level of the January upswing:

Thursday, March 27, 2014

$DJIA Trend

So far, the DJIA stubbornly refuses to drop below the megaphone pattern top:

$SPX Support Resistance levels

SPX trading today on both sides of key 1850 support level:

Friday, March 21, 2014

Thursday, March 20, 2014

$MSFT Breakout

MSFT and several large caps breaking out today:

Other names on the list: WFC, JPM, BAC, QCOM, TXN, AMTD, CMG, ADI, MTB, NTRS.

At the opposite end of the spectrum are companies like PSO, CTCM, CHKR and GNK.

$DJIA $SPX and $SOX Channels and Trend

SOX leading the way higher again:

while the DJIA is trailing but trading above the top of the megaphone pattern:

and the SPX found support at 1850:

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

$SPX Channel and Trend

SPX testing the uptrend channel support line:

$SOX Breakout

While the major averages are treading water below the January highs, SOX is leading the charge to new highs:

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

$BID Key Support Level

The liquidometer is testing a key support level:

$DJIA Waiting for Yellen

The major averages trading below their recent highs, waiting for Yellen's first show:

Saturday, March 15, 2014

$IWM Trend

IWM bucking the trend on Friday, and closing above the January high:

Friday, March 14, 2014

Thursday, March 13, 2014

$SPX Pattern and Trend

SPX text book outside day reversal and a close below the key 1850 level:

$DJIA Pattern and Trend

DJIA still holding above the megaphone pattern despite dismal market breadth readings:

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

$DJIA Trend Reversal

A few trend lines that will give an early warning for a potential DJIA trend reversal:

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

$SPX and $IWM Targets

Despite a late day sell-off, SPX still holding above the 1850 level:

while the Russell 2000 is already testing the January breakout level and channel support:

$SPX Channel and Trend

In early morning trading SPX continues to find trendline support:

Monday, March 10, 2014

$SPX Channel and trend

SPX finding support well above the critical 1850 level for the time being:

$KR $SWY Record Upswing

Stocks with longest upswings: KR, SWY, LYB, PWR, TXT, HP, SHW, CVS:

For the rest of the charts click here.

Sunday, March 09, 2014

Early Bird Scan

This is a list of stocks in a defined short up/down swing*, which are showing signs that the current swing may be ending and changing direction:


Currently in a downswing: XOM, APA, CVX

To view the rest of the charts click here.

* This is different from the longer term trend.

Friday, March 07, 2014

$QQQ and $IWM Technical Outlook

Yesterday's hesitation has translated into reluctance to participate in today's rally along with the DJIA and SPX:

Thursday, March 06, 2014

$QQQ Technical Outlook

Qs and IWM showing signs of hesitation at the top ahead of Friday's payroll data:

$GOOG Target Update

GOOG on its way to 1245:

^DJIA Trend and Targets

Following in the footsteps of SPX and QQQ, now is DJIA's turn to challenge the January high:

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Tuesday, March 04, 2014

$SPX and $IWM Leading the Way

SP500 and Russell 2000 lead the way to new highs, with the SPX approaching the 553 point gain target:

while NASDAQ and the DJIA are playing catch up:

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