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The chart case for a bear market in U.S. equities

 

All major U.S. stock indexes are forming potential tops

A case can be made based on classical charting principles that the current decline in the U.S. equity markets is just phase one of a larger price decline -- in other words, that U.S. stocks are in a bear market. Consider the following. Factor believes that the most significant price of the day is the closing price and the most signficant price of the week is Friday's closing price. The weekly closing price chart of the DJIA displays a possible H&S top pattern. This top has not yet been completed, but a Friday close below 15,800 would do so. 2.14_DJI_Wc Read More

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It’s déjà vu all over again — S&Ps gap higher on New Year’s Day for second straight year

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A more in depth look at the stock indexes — how bullish is bullish?

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Three very sexy price charts

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