In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and two days of market closure, major indexes began trading again Wednesday, but finished near even.
If the stock market's Wednesday attempt to break higher was false, then it should be obvious at Thursday’s open.
Some traders believe we are at an excellent buying level for stocks. The real story is much more complicated. Here are the technical conditions to watch.
Weekly Review: Renewed selling last week in major stock indexes underscores the argument that certain key levels will be the peak of the active intermediate cycle.
Although the Sept. 14 highs should remain unchallenged, we could see a short-term bounce develop soon. Here are the signs to watch.
Price action may have set up a big move for Friday. Early session direction will be key.
Recent drops in the stock market, amid weaker-than-expected Q3 earnings reports, are pushing the intermediate cycle into negative territory.
Despite intraday volatility, major indexes closed within range of even Monday. Here's the trading landscape for Tuesday.
This key condition could coincide with a significant shift in stock market sentiment.
Weekly Review: Despite sharp stock market losses last Friday, only the Nasdaq Composite was a net loser last week. Here's where key indicators say we stand now.