Posts filed under “Markets”

Chart of the Week: Nasdaq 3 Year Daily Chart

Technimental’s Doug Lomma notes that the weakened internal picture and various broken support
levels on the major indices makes it hard, even with present oversold
conditions, for the markets to make major headway. The length of the current
rally suggest the neutral shift most likely will play out with a deeper
correction, after we finish this oversold bounce.

Nasdaq 3 Year Chart
click for larger graph


Source: Redwood

NASDAQ has broken an uptrend line (red line) and still
remains below a downtrend (green line) and resistance (blue line) – So although
oversold it will take a good move above 2,000 on better internals and volume to
make this more than a bounce.


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~ Bernard Baruch

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