Blog/Dow Jones

The Dow – Down & Dirty?

The Dow is playing catch-up to the S&P 500, which broke last year’s low. The lagging Dow still reflects the difference between big international money and [...]

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Gold & the Dow

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong, I have a question for your Blog . Do we need a falling dollar, like today, to see Gold rise? Thank you SH Germany ANSWER: No. When [...]

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Dow & the Immediate View

The Dow needs a closing above 16350 to temporarily stabilize. Otherwise, we are not out of the woods here until we pass March. To suggest that the major low has [...]

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2016: The BIG SHIFT

As we close 2015 and begin a new year, the markets generally closed flat to neutral with a warning that as we approach the political year from hell (2017) that this [...]

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Closings Today will be the Year-End Signals

  Below is the holiday schedule for the markets. The closing for our models will be TODAY, and for the most part, this will be a full normal day. We are [...]

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The Dow for Year-End — Will it All Just Go Nuts for 2017?

The Dow Jones Industrials still remains in a bullish posture on a broader perspective. The real critical support will lie at 16500 and the Panic Support is well [...]

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Keep the Powder Dry Going into Year-End

This is historically a thin period of trading. Things can be a bit more volatile for a lot of the big money parks and parties at this time of the year. The Dow has [...]

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Dow Looking Into 2016-2017

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, at the conference you said the US share market would continue to move sideways and there will be no breakout to the upside until 2016. [...]

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Dow as We Prepare for Next Week & Fed

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The Dow

The Dow is pulling back on schedule. We do not see a breakout to the upside. This should tread water for a bit, waiting for everything to align. A closing today [...]

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