Market Analysis

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The Most Important Stock to Watch This Week Is...
John Kosar | April 28, 2014

With the market-leading Nasdaq 100 at a major decision point, I'll be closely watching this influential component.  

What Will Have the Biggest Impact on Stocks This Week? (Hint: It's Not Oil)
John Kosar | January 12, 2015

Contrary to what you hear in the financial media, the key market driver is not falling oil prices -- it's this.

My System is Flashing a Warning Signal All Investors Should Heed
Michael J. Carr | September 3, 2013

While it doesn't mean a bear market is around the corner, investors should be extra cautious right now.

Indicator Points to Caution in 2013… Except for This Sector of the Market
Michael J. Carr | January 2, 2013

Traders looking to commit new funds to the stock market should limit their buys to this group of stocks.

Market Outlook: Watch for This Signal of a Significant Reversal
Michael J. Carr | August 26, 2013

There is no way to know when the reversal will occur, but traders should be worried if this happens.

Market Outlook: Is This Bull Market Really Almost Over?
Michael J. Carr | September 3, 2013

A short-term head-and-shoulders pattern is starting to look like it could have long-term and ominous significance for the stock market.

Overlooked Breakout Could Have a Big Impact on Your Portfolio
Tom Vician | April 1, 2015

We just witnessed a historically significant move above three decades' worth of resistance in an often-ignored corner of the market.

Market Outlook: My No. 1 Economic Indicator Turns Bullish
Michael J. Carr | February 4, 2013

This is considered to be one of the most reliable economic indicators. If I only followed one, this would be it.

More Market Weakness Coming? Here's the Chart to Watch
John Kosar | March 9, 2015

A sustained move above a key level would warn of a deeper decline.

2 Key Breakouts Point to More Gains Ahead
John Kosar | February 23, 2015

Across-the-board strength in equities is being led by tech and small caps, signaling a healthy advance that is likely to continue.