Stage Analysis Video Training Course



Stage Analysis Members Video – 29 March 2023 (1hr 4mins)

The Stage Analysis members midweek video discussing the improvements in the short-term market breadth indicators, the major market indexes. Stage Analysis of the mega cap stocks, and review of the banks position. Followed by discussion of the recent US watchlist stocks in more detail, and finishing off with a look at Bitcoin and Ethereum.
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Stage Analysis Members Video – 26 March 2023 (1hr 20mins)

The Stage Analysis members weekend video with the Major Indexes Update, Futures, Sector Breadth, US Stocks Industry Groups RS Rankings, IBD Industry Groups Bell Curve – Bullish Percent, Market Breadth Update – Weight of Evidence and the US Watchlist Stocks in detail with live markups on multiple timeframes...
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US Stocks Watchlist – 26 March 2023

A bigger watchlist for the first time in little while, as the recent watchlists have been sparse due to the deterioration of the market since early February, as seen by the weekends market breadth posts. However, over a third of the stocks are from only two groups...
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IBD Industry Groups Bell Curve – Bullish Percent

The IBD Industry Groups Bell Curve declined for a seventh week losing a further -6.78% to finish at 24.41%. The amount of groups in Stage 4 decreased by 9 (-4.5%), and the amount of groups in Stage 2 decreased by 1 (-0.5%), while the amount groups in Stage 1 or Stage 3 increased by 10 (+5%).
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US Stocks Watchlist – 23 March 2023

One of the primary purposes of the daily watchlist scans is as alternative form of market breadth, as by scanning the market daily and looking for stocks displaying the characteristics of Stage 1 and Stage 2. It gives a really good idea of the overall market health...
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S&P 500 Divergence and the US Stocks Watchlist – 21 March 2023

The S&P 500 moved strongly back above its 20 day EMA today. But as you can see in the above chart, there's a notable difference with the S&P 500 percentage of stocks above their 20 day EMA (middle indicator) which is at 36.60%, as with the S&P 500 index above its 20 day MA by almost 1%, you would expect at least 50% of S&P 500 to be doing the same...
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