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I was a photographer and photo lab operator from 1970 to the late 1980’s and did some photographic consulting until about 2005.

In the late 1980’s I developed a market timing system based primarily on NYSE new lows.

I expressed that system in software which I sold ... more

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Technical Market Report For Saturday, Feb. 27
The strongest sectors last week were banks and energy, while the weakest were biotech and precious metals; same as the previous week. I expect the major averages to be higher on Friday, Mar. 5 than they were on Friday, Feb. 26.
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Technical Market Report For Saturday, Feb. 20
Last week the DJIA made a new all-time high, unconfirmed by any of the broad based indices. Seasonality has been weak and that weakness continues. Huge piles of cash are looking for somewhere to go, so the market's rise is likely to continue.
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Technical Market Report For Saturday, Feb. 13
The strongest sectors last week were banks and electronics (up from the bottom last week), while the weakest were biotech and precious metals. I expect the major averages to be higher on Friday, Feb. 19 than they were on Friday, Feb. 12.
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Technical Market Report For Saturday, Feb. 6
Seasonality for the next two weeks appears historically lousy, and most of the market is overbought. The strongest sectors last week were banks (up from the bottom last week) and internet, while the weakest were electronics and precious metals.
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Technical Market Report For Saturday, Jan. 30
Since 1928, the SPX has been up 53% of the time in February and has, on average, lost -0.1%. During the first year of the Presidential Cycle, the SPX has been up 43% of the time with an average loss of -1.9%.
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Technical Market Report For Saturday, Jan. 23
It’s the same old story; strong breadth with the secondaries leading the blue chips upward; that is about as good as it gets.
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Technical Market Report For Saturday, Oct. 17
4 months ago

Good news is sometimes hard to find.

As long as new lows are not expanding nothing really bad is going to happen.

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