Are Price Movements in the Stock Market Random?

Beginning in February price volatility returned to the US stock markets with a vengeance. Down 125 points! Up 108! Down 104! Up 87! Daily price changes like these in the S&P 500 Index may cause worry and anxiety for an investor. But should they? Are these individual price movements random? […]

Are Price Movements in the Stock Market Random?2020-07-30T16:23:49+00:00

Kraft-Heinz Joins the GE club

  Last November we published an article titled, “GE’s recent stock collapse: Were there advance warnings?” To read the article please click here. In the article we illustrated 3 specific phases of distribution that suggested the majority of investors in the stock were sellers – not buyers. When the sellers outnumber […]

Kraft-Heinz Joins the GE club2020-07-30T16:25:04+00:00

Almost Everything Eventually Returns to the Blue Line

  A mere six weeks ago Bitcoin was the darling to talk about. It was the talk around the water cooler and the one investment that everyone seemed to be clamoring to buy. Fast forward to today and the price has dropped by almost 68% from its high. Is there […]

Almost Everything Eventually Returns to the Blue Line2020-07-30T15:13:48+00:00

Is the Dow within 3% of a temporary top?

With all the emotional euphoria surrounding the continued rise in the US stock market, we thought it beneficial to share one theory, that if correct, could warn the market may be within 3% of a temporary top. To be clear – we are not calling a top, nor do we […]

Is the Dow within 3% of a temporary top?2020-07-30T16:26:17+00:00

What Does History Suggest Will Happen After The Peak?

  Stock market trends are like a rollercoaster. The ride up begins slow and steady, rising higher and higher until the peak. But after the peak the ride turns down with a decline that can be fast and furious. The US Stock market continues to press higher and higher destined […]

What Does History Suggest Will Happen After The Peak?2020-07-30T15:19:42+00:00
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