Short-term hesitation continues in major stock indexes as the minor cycle's oversold condition gives way to neutral.
Amid short-term oversold conditions, major stock indexes posted small gains on Monday.
In the wake of new employment figures, voters now come to the polls to decide the direction of the country. How will the markets react?
Weekly Review: In a truncated trading week, stock indexes were little changed, but continued trading at lower edge of 10-week channel jeopardizes longer-term trend.
Short-term oversold conditions took hold Thursday to spur stock indexes higher.
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.