Thursday, February 23, 2017

Good Recovery

In early morning action it was a clear swing to sellers after yesterday's non-event. However, buyers came back and were able to make a good chunk of these losses into today's close.

Large Caps remained the most attractive as defensive stocks often are during times of doubt. The S&P registered higher volume accumulation as intraday action proved to be relatively tight.

The Nasdaq suffered larger losses, but there was no distribution to go with it. Technicals were relatively immune to today's action.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Market Pause

Nothing really to add to yesterday. Markets took minor hits, but there was little intraday spread. The biggest spread was in the Russell 2000 which was underperforming heading into today's session. It reversed most of yesterday's gains, but it has some way to go before it begins challenging the breakout

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Semiconductors Have Best of Day's Action

The long weekend didn't give bulls reason to pause. Instead, it was gains all around. The biggest winner was the Semiconductor Index as it logged nearly double other indices gains. This was enough to return 'sell' triggers in MACD and CCI back to 'buy' triggers. It also worked the index off rising support.

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Nasdaq 100 Piles on the Gains

It was another week of strong gains for the market, but it was the Nasdaq 100 which has really shone since the start of the year.  The Nasdaq 100 now sits 11.8% above its 200-day MA, with all technicals firmly in the green. The +DI line is at an extreme which is often associated with a reversal, although these reversals can be brief, as it was in November.

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