Blog/Stock Indicies

Opening Pivot Points for Tomorrow

Our opening pivot point tomorrow in gold will be 1217.30. This came down slightly from 1220, but it still reflects where the resistance would stand. In the Dow, it [...]

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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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Is a Slingshot Move Setting Up?

We have penetrated last year’s low in the cash S&P500, but not in the Dow yet. The Yearly Bearish does not come into play until we get to the bottom of [...]

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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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NYSE & NASDAQ: Stop Loss & GTC Orders

  NASDAQ and NYSE are acting really insane and cancelling stop loss orders and GTC (good until cancelled). It appears that these types of orders will be [...]

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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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Stock Market vs. Currency Inflation

QUESTION: Hello Marty Great conference! If the EM Debt implodes wouldnt the stock markets of those counties rise?? If the stocks from the EM markets did rise would [...]

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