Blog/Dow Jones

The Dow Pressing Higher?

This is perhaps the most bearish rally in history. The number of people yelling that the market will crash 80% to 90% is still amazing and the number of short [...]

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Bank Stocks – Stay FAR FAR AWAY

COMMENT: Marty, you hit the nail on the head. Nobody looks at these fines against the banks as you have. You are right. The shareholders pay the price to keep the [...]

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The Dow – Breaking Out Again?

The Dow Jones took out the Weekly Bullish but not the key one at 17846. This is why we are basing without immediate follow-through. Nonetheless, our primary [...]

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Market Closings for Week of 04/04

Gold needs a closing ABOVE 1254.50 to signal a rally. A closing below 1225 would warn of a decline. Between these two numbers is still neutral. In silver we nee a [...]

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The Dow — What’s Next?

The Dow failed to elect any Monthly or Quarterly Bullish Reversals. It did elect two of the three Weekly Bullish Reversals, leaving the 3rd intact. We provided [...]

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The Dow for Today’s Close — April 1, 2016

QUESTION: Dear Martin, I have been reading your work for several years. since you were in prison…I was able to download it from the internet and saved it [...]

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Markets in Review for the Close of Q1 2016

When you have a consistent system that is running on absolutely everything around the world, you can simply look at it dispassionately and judge everything by the [...]

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Market Closing for the Week Today

Today will be the close for the week and this will be an important indicator. A closing in gold below 1237.50 will warn of weakness. We have important technical [...]

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The Dow For the week of 03/14/2016

While the markets have cheered the public admission that the central banks have completely failed in their quantitative easing and they will now buy more for [...]

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PE Ratio – Mania v Panic

QUESTION:  Hi Mr. Armstrong, Some of your readers, me included, wonder how the Dow is going to get to 23,000 or more, especially as we go through an economic [...]

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