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The blog shows all articles in date order – including the US Stocks Watchlist, Videos, Indexes, Market Breadth and featured articles on Industry Groups, Sectors or individual Stocks. But if you want see the watchlist posts only, then use the Watchlist tab in the menu, or the category link in the sidebar area.

Stage Analysis Members Weekend Video – 29 May 2022 (1hr 43mins)

This weekends Stage Analysis Members Video features analysis of some attempted Stage 2 breakouts on strong relative volume and some strong volume springs. Followed by the Major Indexes Review on Multiple Timeframes, and the IBD Industry Group Bell Curve - Bullish %, as well as the Industry Groups Relative Strength Rankings and groups on the move. I also cover the Market Breadth Charts in detail to help to determine the Weight of Evidence and then I finish with detailed coverage of the weekends watchlist stocks from the US stock market and IPO stocks update from the midweek video.
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US Stocks Watchlist – 29 May 2022

Software and Semiconductors dominated the weekend scans with strong rebounds in many in the groups over the last week or so, which have mainly formed as spring and test patterns within short term base structures in Stage 4...
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Follow Through Day – Part Four: Oversold Stage 4 Stocks Attempt to Rebound

Today saw strong moves in the more depressed areas of the market with leadership from beaten down areas such as Growth, Consumer Discretionary, Communication Services, Technology, Software, Semiconductors and IPOs and more. Which triggered yet another Follow Through Day (FTD) attempt – the fourth this year – and IBD declaring a Confirmed Uptrend again. However...
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Stage Analysis Members Midweek Video – IPO Special –25 May 2022 (1hr 30mins)

Todays Stage Analysis members video includes a special feature focusing on the IPO stocks that listed in the last year and are attempting to build bases. The has been a huge decline in the IPO stocks since November, with a more than -60% decline in the IPO etf for example that covers the group. But some of those younger stocks that have listed could recover and become future leading stocks once the Stage 4 decline ends and starts to transition into Stage 1.
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