Member @lee1 requested an update on the $TSX within the trading room. In reviewing the charts, I figured that the recent technical developments in Canada's largest index warrants a front page post at this time. $TSX weekly April 7th In the previous update, I had pointed out the recent 'double-tap' overbought cluster as [...]
This is a follow-up to the outlook for the Canadian bank sector published on Wednesday as well as a request from @lee1 for analysis on the $TSX. So far, one of the 3 major Canadian banks covered in that post has already went on to play out for the 5-6% correction that was expected, with [...]
It appears likely that the $TSX (S&P/TSX Composite Index) is headed back down to at least the 14962 area following the recent failure at the 2014 all-time highs. Note the large negative divergences that have been building & were recently confirmed with the PPO, MACD & RSI all turning back down following the recent failure [...]
Let's take a quick look at some of the major global stock markets from a longer-term perspective (10-year weekly charts). Starting with the S&P 500, with prices recently rolling off the top of the large broadening wedge pattern as well as the recent bearish cross on the weekly PPO, along with many other factors, it [...]
A look at the major non-U.S global stock indices in the following order: $AORD (Australia), $TSX (Canada), $BSENX (India), $NIKI (Japan), $SSEC (China), $FTSE (England), $HKHS (Hong Kong), $DAX (Germany), & $CAC (France). A separate video covering the outlook for the US equity markets is uploading to YouTube now & will be posted later today [...]
As a follow-up to Sunday's Global Equity Markets Overview video, two of the three of the countries that I had highlighted as setting up bullishly have since made clear breakouts of the patterns and/or resistance levels that were highlighted. $TSX (Toronto Stock Exchange) has broken out of the bull flag pattern that was highlighted in [...]
An overview of global equity indices concluding with a brief overview of precious metals & commodities, as it appears the most constructive charts are from countries with a large exposure to commodities.