DXY, EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CAD
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, SPDR S&P 500, ISHARES MSCI EMERGING INDEX FUND, BANK OF AMERICA CORP, AMBEV S.A. AMERICAN DEPOSITARY SHARES (EACH REPRESENTING 1 COMMON SHARE), CELSION CORP
S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Dow 30, Nikkei 225, DAX, FTSE 100
Gold, Silver, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Coffee, Cotton
Bitcoin / Dollar, Ethereum / Dollar, BCH / Dollar, Ripple / Dollar, Litecoin / Dollar, Ethereum Classic / Dollar
US 10Y, Euro Bund, Germany 10Y, Japan 10Y, UK 10Y, India 10Y
GOLD (US$/OZ), Brent Oil, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, PALLADIUM (US$/OZ), SILVER (US$/OZ)
Even in strong up-trends you'll get a chance to buy in the green zone (if you are patient enough)
Momentum stocks like TSLA are the "nifty fifty" of this era
2 Std. Deviation encompasses over 95% of occurrences.
The Dow broke out of it's recent consolidation. I've drawn potential targets using Fibonacci and recent trend channel.
The 5 week exponential moving average and the weekly Laguerre polynomial of a Renko chart show us the major trend of the market
QQQ are leading overdue sell off; We've haven't had a decent size correction since 2012
Return of your money is more important than return on your money right now....
There is a big difference between dips and a trend change. The Laguerre RSI is worth examining.
QQQ rolling over, Apple is the largest market cap in the QQQ
I would have never guessed utilities would be the best sector in the S&P 500 in a year when GDP is finally supposed to accelerate to above 3%. The market obviously isn't believing that.
The rise of cloud computing increases demand for data centers and the servers and chips needed to run them
We can expect a rally back to the median line once the Lark LMA gives a buy signal
My interpretation of long term trends using some of Lark's indicators
1850 has proven to be a tough hurdle to jump; maybe after we retrace and regroup, the next time it can be conquered