Monday was one strange day in the market. The three words that describe it best are: Bearish Engulfing Pattern. That is, the candlestick whose body completely consumes the prior day’s body. And here we go:(more…)
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Just a reminder that the consumer staples ETF symbol XLP is still sporting one of the largest and cleanest diamond reversal patterns I’ve ever witnessed.(more…)
For Industrials ETF symbol XLI, the Parabolic Stop and Reversal indicator (PSAR) in SlopeCharts has, for the first time since December 4th, flipped bearish.
I follow financial stocks closely, and one which stands out to me as a particular under-performer is Cigna (symbol CI) shown here.(more…)
OK, I’m done changing my adult diapers, and I’ve washed my hands, so I can put out another post. Observe below the S&P 500 along with the “limit line” which has been in place for MONTHS now:
Today’s high came with 0.06 points of the line. Zero. Point. Zero. Six.
Today’s ticker symbol is JFC.