Category Archives: Indices

“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 »

The DOW : Monday’s Focus Was On Breaking Through Resistance – On Tuesday The Focus Is On Holding Support

Yesterday we took a look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average chart. The primary focus was on the trend line resistance level situated in the 26,426 area which is being reinforced by the horizontally tracking 200 day moving average. A strong open suggested that the Dow was set to break above resistance and potentially move… Read More »

Consolidation Is King – The Market Needs A Foundation To Support Higher Prices

The S&P 500 Index bounced up 20% from its Monday low to its Thursday closing high. It seemed primed for the bounce and in Tuesday’s article where we pointed out a bullish morningstar reversal pattern. But we also mentioned that a V-shaped recovery was not what many technicians wanted to see. Volatility is extreme and… Read More »