DOW And S&P 500 Trade Triangle

Adam Hewison, President, INO.com, Co-creator, MarketClub.com: Has the S&P 500 topped out? This past weekend I visited some friends in Texas. The reason I bring this up, is that these folks are very worldly and very smart. During my visit, the conversation naturally turned to the market and what is going on. Here is what I took away with me when I left Texas: There are a lot of very nervous people in the market. I think this nervousness has been obvious in much of the market action, and it is not likely to go away anytime soon. One of the great things about our “Trade Triangle” technology is that it both takes emotion out of the market and gives you a game plan to be successful. In this short S&P 500 video you will see exactly what I mean!

The S&P 500 went south and we cashed in our chips For some time now we have been concerned about the lack of upside momentum and the divergences that have been building in many key oscillators. We were also concerned that we’d reached a very important Fibonacci level which we pointed out in a recent video. It never ceases to amaze me how these levels have worked both in the past and in the present. If you’re serious about the markets, you must pay attention to these key levels as many professional traders do, and perhaps you will understand why.

In this short second S&P 500 video, we’re looking at the S&P 500 and some of the downside targets we have scoped out using a very simple tool. We had a nice run on the upside based on our “Trade Triangle” technology and we are happy to cash in our chips and watch from the sidelines for the time being. As always you can watch our videos without registration and there are no fees involved. 

A battle royal in the S&P 500 …The battle between the bulls and the bears continues in the S&P 500 with neither side able to gain the upper hand. This choppy trading action will eventually lead to a large move one way or the other. The bulls are betting that we are headed higher and the bears are betting that the economy is going tank. In my latest S&P 500 Video, I share with you some of the key technical points that are still in play and where the market needs to go in order to break out of the current logjam that it’s in. 

This is a great analysis video on the S&P showing the technical pressure on the index, the possible head and shoulders and what the Trade Triangles are saying. The S&P 500 is turning out to be a conundrum for many professionals and home traders alike. The conflicting information on good earnings, high unemployment, and other factors continue to batter the market. One moment the S&P 500 is heading for the stars and the next, it’s heading to the cellar. So what’s a trader to do? In my new S&P 500 Video, I share with you some steps you can use to help improve your trading in the S&P 500 and other markets. The new video is approximately 3 minutes long and it will show you several key areas and levels that I am looking at.

Pulled the trigger on the Dow

We pulled the trigger on the Dow! We have been concerned for some time that the market was in a rotational phase and that some key levels were being tested on the upside. The action today, Tuesday, can only be viewed one way, and that is negative. We do not expect this market to make a miraculous recovery to new highs and would not be surprised if we have seen the highs for the year.

In this short DOW video on the Dow, we look at potential downside targets that this market may be headed for. One of the key things to remember in trading, and this applies to all markets, is perception. This is why technical analysis plays such an important part in detecting shifts in market perceptions. Our “Trade Triangles” have done extraordinarily well in this environment. As always you can watch our videos without registration and there are no fees involved. Enjoy the video and take a moment to comment on our blog.

Is the DOW getting ready to crater again?

The DOW has had a remarkable recovery from the lows that were seen in March of ’09. The question now is, are we headed higher, or is the move over for now? In this new short video, I will show you some important aspects that I think will warrant your attention. This second DOW video is three minutes long and was created on the last day of trading in April. While we are not saying that the market is going to crater, it’s in everyone’s best interest to be aware of this one key level that we point out in the video.

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