Shortest Stock Correction Ever

Outside of the Russell 2000, the Nasdaq has been consistently the most overheated index. But after today, I feel more confident in the Nasdaq as a SHORT-TERM BUY.

But remember. The RSI is king for the Nasdaq. If it pops over 70 again, that makes it a SELL in my book.


Because the Nasdaq is trading in a precise pattern.

In the past few months, when the Nasdaq has exceeded 70, it has consistently sold off.

  • December 9- exceeded an RSI of 70 and briefly pulled back.
  • January 4- exceeded a 70 RSI just before the new year and declined 1.47%.
  • January 11- declined by 1.45% after exceeding a 70 RSI.
  • Week of January 25- exceeded an RSI of over 73 before the week and declined 4.13% for the week.

I like that the Nasdaq is below the 13500-level, and especially that it’s below its 50-day moving average now. I also remain bullish on tech, especially for sub-sectors such as cloud computing, e-commerce, and fintech.

But the pullback hasn’t been enough.

Because of the Nasdaq’s precise trading pattern and its recent decline, I am making this a SHORT-TERM BUY. But follow the RSI literally.

For an ETF that attempts to directly correlate with the performance of the NASDAQ, the Invesco QQQ ETF (QQQ) is a good option.

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Disclaimer: All essays, research, and information found above represent analyses and opinions of Matthew Levy, CFA and Sunshine Profits' associates only. As such, it may prove wrong and be ...

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