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Do you want a hint of where the economy is heading? Do you want to be prepared for the next boom or crash? Well, the economy lags the market. The charts of DJIA, S&P 500 or NASDAQ100 are the things you should be looking at, if you want to be ahead of the news.

Nasdaq 6500 Within Bulls’ Grasp

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Nasdaq’s early short sellers might come up short. Last week, the Nasdaq Composite index climbed to 5912, so if you are getting ready for the 6000 mark soon, you are probably not alone. Like the other two major U.S. stock market indices, the Nasdaq bottomed out in March, 2009, and has been rallying ever since. Its […]

DAX Flying Towards the Stratosphere

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Soon after the markets opened on Monday, the German DAX decline to 10 424 in response to Italy’s “No” vote in the referendum. But instead of continuing even lower, the index skyrocketed sharply to the upside and is currently trading slightly below 10 940 after almost reaching 10 950 earlier today. And while the DAX is […]

A Comprehensive Nifty 50 Analysis

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The last time we wrote about the Nifty 50 was June 13th, when the index was trading at 8110. In “Nifty 50 Aiming For The Top” we thought “the index is poised for new highs above 9119 in the long term”. Less than 4 months later, it currently trades near 8700, after reaching as high […]

S&P 500 Three Days Ahead of the Fed

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The S&P 500 was very indecisive at the start of the week. The index has been moving sideways between 2130 and 2154 until Wednesday, when the bulls finally managed to break out of the consolidation and continue higher.  We even saw 2180, before today’s retreat, so those, who have been bullish near 2130 on Monday, must be […]

DJIA Since The Great Depression, Our View

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The financial world remembers the Great Depression of 1929-1932 as the most devastating period of the 20th century. Between September 1929 and July 1932, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) plunged nearly 90%, from as high as 386 to slightly above 40. The crisis then spread to other countries before eventually taking over the whole world. And […]