Following an extended period of prices steadily ratcheting higher, the stock markets finally collectively hit some wild turbulence. The speed and ferocity of the past week's decline was alarming particularly because over the past 2 years, people have been lulled into believing that a steady, low volatility advance was the new normal. In fact, it … Continue reading Now What?
In the very recent update on AAPL, we opined that the trend on the stock appeared intact and unless some indicators showed divergence, we would have to default to being long. In the weeks since, we've observed some interesting price action on this stock shown by the charts following. (charts by stockcharts.com) Quite a few … Continue reading AAPL Inflection Point
Last year, we pointed out that PHM was an almost textbook example of a stock that had a significant breakout after a number of years trading in a bounded trading range. One of the most dependable charts in which to trade are those which exhibit such behavior. When all the trading statistics line up on … Continue reading Pulte Home Follow Up
As we begin this new calendar year, the markets continue to surge into new highs even as some fatigue seems to be settling in among some individual issues. Plotting the performance of select sectors versus the benchmark S&P shows that many of the strong momentum groups remain strong and not exhibiting conspicuous weakness. Technology stocks … Continue reading Oil And Oil Services
Apple computer has been the iconic technology growth stock for the past generation. The company has been able to produce products and services that have been eagerly consumed by a worldwide audience. Very few companies have experienced the tremendous consistent growth in business and market cap as this company. Over the years, my skepticism of … Continue reading AAPL
Tesla is a stock that best epitomizes the zeitgeist of the overall stock market for the past few months. Despite a fair amount of skepticism, both Tesla and the general stock market continue to ratchet up. They have both surpassed inflection points briefly created by equivocating chart patterns. We will discuss the nature of the overall markets … Continue reading TSLA…again
Whole Foods is a well known company with a presence in most every major city. While the stock did have a bullish 6 year run to 2014, the last few years have not been so positive for shareholders. The recent 2 year long sideways pattern appeared to be a shelf for further decline since it … Continue reading WFM Follow Up