Chart Advisor

  1. ChartAdvisor for March 25, 2016 (SPY, DIA)

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  2. Riding Coattails on Top Performing Restaurants (MCD, DPZ)

    Restaurant leaders rallied to new highs in the first quarter and are now consolidating their gains.
  3. Trading Opportunities in Currency ETFS (CEW, FXA)

    These currency ETFs are at or nearing critical technical levels. That means trading opportunities in the near future.
  4. IBM Turning the Corner After a Long Decline (IBM)

    Long-term cycles suggest that IBM's three-year downtrend is coming to an end.
  5. 3 Round Number Setups at 100 (NFLX, CELG)

    These three stocks should enter trend advances, higher or lower after they resolve conflicted price action at 100.
  6. Target Setting Sights on New Highs (TGT, COST)

    A target decline into the mid-70s is likely to generate a low-risk buying opportunity.
  7. Stocks to Buy When Gold Pulls Back (HMY, SBGL)

    Huge rallies in these gold stocks mean now may not be the time to buy, but when the pullback comes it will be. Here's what ...
  8. Consumer Staple Stocks Are Poised to Pop (XLP, PG)

    These strong uptrends suggest that consumer staples is the sector where you want to put your money.
  9. Curb Your Enthusiasm With the Biotech Bounce (IBB, XBI)

    The biotech bounce should mark a time sensitive event, ahead of a decline to much deeper lows.
  10. Steel Stocks Poised For a Drop (AKS, ATI)

    Steel stocks have triggered overbought conditions on the RSI indicator. These readings could signal a move lower in the weeks ...
  11. Wait for a Pullback to Buy Junior Gold (GDXJ, GDX)

    The junior gold miners fund has booked strong first quarter returns but resistance in the lower 30s will likely end the rally.
  12. 3 S&P 500 Stocks to Sell Short at the 50-Day EMA (DIS, PFE)

    The 50-day EMA works well with other indicators to identify short sale opportunities with market laggards.
  13. A Better Buy: Exxon Mobil or Chevron? (XOM, CVX)

    Exxon Mobil and Chevron's long-term outlooks look promising but its best to buy on pullbacks to rising lows trendlines.
  14. Breakout Stocks to Watch Right Now (CAB, DPS)

    These three stocks are near major breakout points, which will affect the short-term, and potentially the long-term direction ...
  15. 3 Nasdaq-100 Stocks at or Near Monthly Buy Signals (AAPL, TSLA)

    Monthly Stochastics crossovers identify significant turning points where shareholder supply and demand can shift forcefully.
  16. Is FedEx a Buy After Strong Earnings? (FDX, UPS)

    The most favorable FedEx entry will come when it tests the March rally gap between 145 and 155.
  17. ChartAdvisor for March 18, 2016 (SPY, DIA)

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  18. 3 Low-priced Stocks Set to Head Higher (SID, ERII)

    These low-priced stocks can offer outstanding profits but higher risk needs to be managed aggressively.
  19. Facebook Rebuilding After Modest Profit-taking (FB, TWTR)

    Facebook is rebuilding sponsorship that should support a 2016 breakout to all-time highs.
  20. Global Market ETFs Showing Lots of Strength (EWZ, EWA)

    While many international market ETFs remain in downtrends, some have turned and are now favoring buying opportunities.
  21. 3 Nasdaq-100 Stocks With Weekly Breakout Patterns (FAST, ISRG)

    Zoom out to the weekly chart and wait for large-scale buy signals to dictate market exposure.
  22. Intel Pinning Hopes On Server Markets (INTC)

    Intel needs a solid rally thrust above 40 to reawaken it's dormant uptrend.
  23. Active Traders Turn Bullish on Utilities (XLU, NEE)

    Based on the charts discussed in this article, the utilities sector could be the place for investors looking to make a profit.
  24. Many International Market ETFs Still Look Weak (EWJ, FXI)

    Japanese, European and Chinese markets still look weak. Here's what you need to know about these ETFs.
  25. Up and Coming Food and Beverage Plays (FDP, COT)

    Food and beverage stocks have taken the leadership mantle in 2016, offering slow and steady profits.
  26. Copper Could Turn Sharply Higher (JJC)

    Copper may issue a buy signal that supports much higher prices in coming months.
  27. These Commodity Stocks Suggest That the Downtrend Will Continue (VALE, FCX,MT)

    Strong downtrends in key commodity stocks suggest that the downtrend in the global economy is set to continue.
  28. 3 Stocks Set to Decline at Major Resistance (APA, WFM)

    200-day EMA resistance should contain rallies that have lagged broad benchmarks since the January and February lows.
  29. Watch for Short-term Trendline Breaks in These Stocks (MDLZ, VLO)

    When these short-term trendlines break, the recent rally in these stocks is likely over.
  30. A Better Buy: Schlumberger or Halliburton? (SLB,HAL)

    Schlumberger is exhibiting greater technical strength than Halliburton, with two potential buy signals.
  31. 3 Nasdaq-100 Stocks With Bullish Crossovers (CHKP, INTU)

    50/200 moving average crossovers can detect trend changes before price action sets off broad based buy or sell signals.
  32. ChartAdvisor for March 11, 2016 (SPY, DIA)

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  33. Palo Alto Networks at Technical Crossroads (PANW)

    Palo Alto Networks is stuck between a rock and the hard place, trading above the February breakdown but below even stronger ...
  34. 3 Beaten Down Stocks With Bullish Volume Patterns (PWR, FIS)

    This bullish volume divergence predicts that price will catch up, often heading higher at a rapid rate of advance.
  35. Monitor These Cup and Handle Chart Patterns (CPGX, CB)

    Various versions of the cup and handle playing out right, including reversal and continuation stock patterns.
  36. Downtrends in Japan, Brazil and Taiwan Are Set to Continue (EWZ, EWJ)

    Nearby trendlines suggest that stocks in Japan, Brazil and Taiwan are headed lower from here.
  37. Loyal Nike Shareholders Hanging Tough (NKE)

    Nike has held up well in the first quarter but has more work to do before entering a new uptrend.
  38. Stocks Trading at the 61.8% Pullback Level (TSLA,NAVI)

    Here are stocks trading the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level, and how to trade them (and this recurring pattern).
  39. The Sky's the Limit for Nvidia (NVDA, AMD)

    Nvidia is ready to benefit from its leadership position in the virtual reality headset market.
  40. Wait For These Price Levels to Buy Gold Miners (KGC, AUY)

    Gold miners have entered new uptrends that favor low risk entries at moving average support.
  41. 3 Plays for the Biotech Bear Market (GILD, UTHR)

    These short plays should profit from the developing bear market in the biotech sector.
  42. Microsoft Could Head Much Higher (MSFT)

    Microsoft may start a successful assault at multi-decade resistance near 60.
  43. These Charts Suggest Metals Are Headed Lower (PICK, DBP)

    Traders are starting to chase gains in the metal markets. These charts suggest that it might be best to proceed with caution.
  44. Zika Plays Ready to Break Out (XON, INO)

    These speculative Zika plays should move substantially higher in coming weeks.
  45. Amazon Still Overbought Despite Big Bounce (AMZN)

    Long-term cycles predict Amazon will be vulnerable to lower prices for the next 4 to 8 months.
  46. Scanning for Trades Using Trends and RSI (EEM, XLF)

    Here are trading opportunities based on the moving average trend and a deep RSI pullback.
  47. ChartAdvisor for March 4, 2016 (SPY, DIA)

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  48. 3 Specialty Retailers in New Uptrends (ANF, KORS)

    These retailers have risen to the top of the heap, assuming leadership roles in a challenging environment.
  49. Boeing May Have Entered a Bear Market (BA)

    Boeing price action since 2014 raises odds the multi-year uptrend has come to an end.
  50. Agricultural Stocks May Head Even Lower (POT, MON)

    Agricultural chemical companies may resume major downtrends after working off oversold technical conditions.
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