Category Archives: ETF’s

The Financial Sector Could Be Poised To Out Perform The Broader Market

The financial sector has chronically under-performed the broader market over an extended period of time. That dynamic may be in the early stages of a transformation. Last week the S&P 500 Index returned to its high of the year. This week it has made incrementally new all-time highs. By contrast the financial sector, as represented… Read More »

The Volatility Index And The Anomaly At The 26 Level – “The line must drawn here! No further!”

The market got a scare in the last two hours of trading on Monday. There was a sharp drop in equity prices on news that some businesses in California were being closed again and of renewed US/China tensions in the East China sea. The broader market dropped sharply and the Volatility Index jumped closing the… Read More »

“There is no S&P 500 index anymore.” Here’s Why.

"There is no S&P index anymore. It's just a few names." @CarterBWorth takes to the charts to explain the market's major bifurcation. pic.twitter.com/PYykZ6Z4lP — CNBC's Fast Money (@CNBCFastMoney) July 6, 2020 “Chart Master” Carter Worth checks out the concentration of capital issue in the S&P 500 index. This overweighting problem is why, when traders finally… Read More »

How To Trade A Big Tech Fade

Early gains in the big technology stocks faded later in the session on Tuesday, after the FTC said it will look into prior acquisitions by Alphabet (GOOGL), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Facebook (FB) and Microsoft (MSFT). Furthermore, there is little doubt that the momentum in these names and their heavy weighting in the S&P 500… Read More »

RightView Trading Calling A Top On “Off The Charts”

RightView Trading was featured once again, on the “Off The Charts” segment of Mad Money tonight. Jim Cramer and his team always do a fantastic job of bringing the two dimensional pictographs to life. We greatly appreciate their work. Tonight’s piece was a follow-up to a February segment where we examined the broader market averages.… Read More »

Bullish Morningstar Reversal Pattern On The SPY Chart Suggests Retest Of Recent Highs

Thursday on Twitter we pondered the possibility that a bullish morningstar reversal pattern could be forming on the $SPY daily chart. The only piece of the pattern missing was the third and final large bodied up-day candle. That was exactly what we got at the end of Friday’s strong session, with the formation of a… Read More »