The S&P 500 made a further continuation breakdown on Monday, but failed to make much more progress today as it and other markets treaded water ahead of the Fed interest rate decision on Wednesday. So whether stocks drown in Stage 4 or start to float back up towards Stage 1 could be decided tomorrow, as Fed day is often a catalyst for a trend move.
So I will be watching to see what the reactions are in the individual stocks and whether it causes any changes of behaviour, especially in stocks that have spent many months building bases, that could move towards Stage 1 in the right conditions.
US Stocks Watchlist – 14 June 2022
There were 14 stocks for the US stocks watchlist today.
CHS, NIO, PLAB + 11 more...
Stock Market Studies: Bear Market – Stage 4 Decline in the Nasdaq Composite – 1981-82
This is the first in a new series of posts analysing significant historical Bear Markets, which from the Stan Weinstein Stage Analysis method perspective are called Stage 4 declines.
As the majority of the worlds stock markets are currently experiencing an ongoing Stage 4 declining phase. I thought it would be interesting and useful to have a look back at the significant Stage 4 declines over the years – of which for example there have been 16, including the current Stage 4 decline (shown above) since the early 1980s. As too often stock traders and investors only focus on the most recent history, and hence fail to learn the lessons of the past...
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