Posts Tagged ‘DJIA’
What Can Dow Theory Tell Us About Today’s Market?
Today, I’m going to give you one of the oldest measures of the market and economic health I know… it’s one of the originals, as a matter of fact. Dow Theory is one of the oldest techniques in market analysis and was created by Charles Dow in the 1880s, yet it’s just as relevant today…Read More
What the “Fab 5” Can Tell You About the Market Right Now
I have an important question to ask today: How do you see the market? Do you see a stock market (i.e. S&P 500 or DJIA) or a market of stocks? How you answer that question can have a lot to do with your success. You see, there are a lot of investors out there who…Read More
It’s All About Finding Support
We can just call today’s theme SUPPORT… Because if what I’m about to show you doesn’t hold support, then the next few months could look a lot like the summer of 2008. There’s a simple way to visualize the overall direction and strength of our equity markets through the lens of just five price charts.…Read More
Historic Drop Incoming?
“Octoberphobia”… the term used to describe the phenomenon of major market drops occurring during the month of October. October’s a month that often evokes fear on Wall Street, as memories are stirred of crashes like that in 1929, the rout in 1987 or the 554-point drop on October 27, 1997. It was the week ending…Read More