Right Side of the Chart

...because anything to the left is history
Sep 222014

With most of the major global equity indices recently breaking below key uptrend lines and/or bearish chart formations, complete with negative divergences in place, the U.S. markets are most likely not far behind. Most of these chart were published in the August 6th "Around the World in 60 Seconds" post and live versions of many of these charts, along with the major US indices not shown here, can be found under the Live Charts page. Remember, despite the apparent resiliency of the US markets, we are still just a bad day or two away from smashing through the primary bull market uptrend lines (generated off the March 2009 lows) on both the S&P 500 & S&P 100 as well as the Nasdaq Composite & Nasdaq 100 while both the small caps (both the Russell 2000 & S&P 600 Indexes) as well as the mid caps (S&P 400 Mid-Cap Index) have already just recently broken below their primary bull market uptrend lines. If & when all major US equity indices have ALL fallen below their respective bull market uptrend lines, all of the ingredients are in place for a very swift and powerful decline so regardless of how many times you have heard that over the last few years, just make sure to have a trading plan in place whether you are bullish or bearish.

While my personal trading activity has been extremely light lately and hence, very few new trade ideas or broad equity market analysis, I have started working on update the trade ideas and plan to remove any stopped out trades along with those that no longer look very compelling in order to add some new trade ideas. For now, I'm still giving gold & the miners as well as the agriculture ETFs a little more room as those are intended as Long-Term Trades/Investments although I continue to prefer to wait for decent evidence of a reversal before adding any more exposure into any of those positions.

 September 22, 2014 11:28 pm  Equity Market Analysis Tagged with: , , , , , ,  Comments Off on Global Equity Markets Breaking Down
Dec 062013

Since today’s earlier post mentioning the recent bearish price action in the European equity markets, I have updated the live charts with additional commentary and downside targets/support levels.  Click to expand the first chart below & then click anywhere on the right side of each [continue reading…]

 December 6, 2013 1:06 pm  Equity Market Analysis Tagged with: , ,  Comments Off on European Equity Markets Overview
Aug 072013

This video covers the major global equity indices on various time frames.  As this comprehensive video spans just over 30 minutes, the indices are covered the following order for those wishing to skip ahead to a particular index:  $SPX (US), $TSX (Toronto), $FTSE (London), $CAC [continue reading…]

 August 7, 2013 11:31 am  Equity Market Analysis Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,  Comments Off on Global Markets Overview Video- Aug 7, 2013
Apr 172013

I continue to observe most key global stock indices breaking down from well-defined bearish patterns and still believe that it is only a matter of time before the US markets follow suit.  I plan to update the charts on many of these key global indices [continue reading…]

 April 17, 2013 9:49 am  Equity Market Analysis Tagged with:  Comments Off on $DAX Update
Apr 072013

So far, the European Markets are playing out exactly as expected.  These are the updated daily charts of the $FTSE & $DAX along with the previous two chart for reference (prices reflected as of Friday’s close).  These patterns are about as clean as they come [continue reading…]

 April 7, 2013 11:15 pm  Equity Market Analysis Tagged with: ,  Comments Off on European Markets Update