the impressive rally off the February low of 1980 on the S&P 500 index looks overextended and at any point, the market could take a short-term breather. However, market’s internals and trading sentiments remain bullish so selloffs should be shallow and quick because sideline money will be trying to fight its way back into the market.
This is Capital Essence’s CEM News – Market Outlook (the technical analysis of financial markets) for February 26, 2015. …our “U.S. Market ETF Trading Map” rates the S&P as a Buy. The index continues drifting near the lower edge of the red band. Money Flow measure crossed below the zero line, indicating an increase in [...read more]
Capital Essence’s “Swing-Trader Bulletin” for February 26, 2015. Using our unique proprietary tools, the Swing Trader Bulletin identifies trading patterns, trends, support and resistance levels to establishes attractive entry and exit points, buying opportunities. Targets and Stop-loss-point are included. Subscribers, please login.
This is Capital Essence’s CEM News – Daily Trading Ideas for February 26, 2015. From a list of more than 7000 U.S. listed stocks & ETFs, our unique trend-following system had found 76 ideal trading candidates (33 buy & 43 sell) for the next trading session. Targets and Stop-loss-point are included. Subscribers, please click here [...read more]
This is Capital Essence’s “ETFs Trading Map” Core ETFs Report for February 26, 2015. Core ETFs Model Portfolio Holdings: amid recent market volatilities, we’ve made some adjustment (read: roll stops higher) to protect profits. Most of the holdings shown nice gains. There’s a new setups. Subscribers, please click here to login. Year-to-date, our Core ETF [...read more]
This is Capital Essence’s “ETFs Trading Map” for February 26, 2015. …Key Technical Development: current Market Climate is characterized by an aggressive with low but rising volatility trading environment that had historically been slightly positive for stocks. SPY consolidates near resistance at the lower edge of the red band. Money Flow measure trended lower from [...read more]