I usually look at 10 year daily charts. Day after day, I examine thousands of these things. Earlier today, I decided to glance at the longer-term picture of a couple of important indexes. Below are the 20-year charts of, respectively, the Dow Jones Composite and the NASDAQ Composite. Click on each one to see the larger version. (more…)
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Looks like the Fed’s gradual departure from being a massive bond buyer isn’t hurting interest rates. Indeed, they are slip-sliding away. Interestingly, sectors that would normal benefit from this continued collapse (home builders, for instance) are sinking as well.
Today’s Swing-Trading Setups:
Long Tiffany and Co. (TIF)
How’s that for a confusing post title? Anyway, I am so short, I could jump off a dime, and I am merely adding to positions. The latest of the emerging markets ETF, symbol EEM, which is approaching a gap-fill as well as the underside of a trendline.