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The Trend is weakening

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ehmu
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About 50% of a persons success in choosing stocks has to do with staying with the trend, so it is wise to stay tuned to when the probabilities begin to change.

The indexes (larger cap) are controlled mainly by institutional investors, and institutional traders. They can exit their positions (rebalance their portfolios) in a heartbeat.

The three charts below, DOW, SPX and XII are all only looking like a soft patch, simply pulling back to the 13ema, and approaching 50% of their recent trading ranges.

I would say that without looking at the broader markets that these trends would likely continue. However, the broader markets have already started to break down, and as momentum builds to the down side, eventually gravity will rule all.

On my next post, I include charts of Value line (fvl), Overal (vti), and Russell 2000 (iwm) as examples of how the broad markets have already started to break down.

I noticed that it was these smaller cap markets that lead the way up on this rally, and I speculate that they will lead on the way down.







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About 50% of a persons success in choosing stocks has to do with staying with the trend, so it is wise to stay tuned to when the probabilities begin to change.

The indexes (larger cap) are controlled mainly by institutional investors, and institutional traders. They can exit their positions (rebalance their portfolios) in a heartbeat.

The three charts below, DOW, SPX and XII are all only looking like a soft patch, simply pulling back to the 13ema, and approaching 50% of their recent trading ranges.

I would say that without looking at the broader markets that these trends would likely continue. However, the broader markets have already started to break down, and as momentum builds to the down side, eventually gravity will rule all.

On my next post, I include charts of Value line (fvl), Overal (vti), and Russell 2000 (iwm) as examples of how the broad markets have already started to break down.

I noticed that it was these smaller cap markets that lead the way up on this rally, and I speculate that they will lead on the way down.










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The Russell indexes.



Even with more than 6,000 publicly traded U.S. stocks, the Russell 3000 Index confines itself to the 3,000 most actively traded shares and is divided into the Russell 1000 and Russell 2000 sub-indexes. The Russell 3000 Index represents the price of the top tier of the domestic equity market, or companies with market values greater than $300 million, which usually comprise approximately 90 percent of the market. The Russell 2000 Index represents the second tier of U.S. equities, or companies with market values between $20 million and $300 million, which account for approximately 8 to 9 percent of the total market.


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