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  1. MACD Bearish Crossover in Downtrending Stocks (NWSA, URBN)

    The MACD is a popular moving average based indicator, and it is signaling the downtrend will continue in these stocks.
  2. Natural Gas Fund Headed Higher Into Summer (UNG)

    U.S. Natural Gas Fund cleared resistance at the 50-day EMA last week and should continue higher into the summer months.
  3. 3 Breakout Plays in the Utility Sector (AEP, PCG)

    D.J. Utility Average completed a 16-month breakout after the June 3rd Non-farm Payrolls report flipped investor sentiment ...
  4. Merck Testing 13-Year Resistance (MRK)

    Merck has entered the third-year of a critical test at 13-year resistance in the low 60s.
  5. Stocks Move Higher as Yellen Reassures the Market (SPY, DIA)

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  6. Apple Rally Failing to Attract Strong Hands (AAPL)

    It will take significant buying power to lift Apple above strong resistance at 105 and 110.
  7. Whole Foods Market May Enter New Uptrend (WFM)

    Whole Foods Market has dropped to a Fibonacci price level that may support a new long-term uptrend.
  8. Currency ETFs in No Man's Land, Except Pound (FXB, FXY)

    There are times to trade and times to do nothing. With many currency ETFs between key levels, now isn't the time to act. ...
  9. 3 Short Sales in the S&P 500 (AXP, KMX)

    The S&P 500 is testing the bull market high but many components have lagged badly, stuck in downtrends below their 2 ...
  10. Breakout Stocks on the Radar (GILD, MMM)

    If these stocks break above short-term resistance they have room to run.
  11. Alphabet's Identity Crisis Weighing on Shares (GOOGL, GOOG)

    Alphabet is unlikely to break out or break down from its narrow consolidation pattern until the fourth quarter, at the earliest.
  12. Biotech Funds Selling Off at Resistance (IBB, XBI)

    Biotech funds should reward well-timed short sales after weekly buy cycles work through the system.
  13. Starbucks Not Attracting Strong-Handed Buyers (SBUX)

    Starbucks has failed to attract healthy buying interest since the recovery wave started in February
  14. Base Metals Running Into Resistance (JJC, DBB)

    Based on the charts of these 3 ETFs, it could be a good time to avoid base metals.
  15. International Investors Will Want to Look at These 3 ETFs (AND, AFK, ASEA)

    The charts of these three ETFs suggest that global markets could be gearing up for a move higher.
  16. Boeing May Enter Long Downtrend (BA)

    Boeing is close to entering a new downtrend but bulls should have one last chance to pull the Seattle giant out of the doldrums.
  17. 2 Lesser-known Oil Services Plays (OIH, HP)

    These lesser known oil services stocks have risen above their 200-day EMAs and are currently basing at support.
  18. Buying Opportunity in Fast Food Stocks (MCD, WEN)

    These fast food stocks are in overall uptrends, and recent pullbacks put the price near potential entry points.
  19. 3 Biotech Stocks Headed for New Highs (SCLN, SUPN)

    These biotech leaders should continue to gain ground even if broad sector funds roll over and sell off.
  20. Russell-2000 Rally May Be Coming to an End (IWM)

    The Russell-2000 hasn’t posted a higher high or higher low in 2016, despite the recovery rally, and could pull back in coming ...
  21. U.S. Economy Adds Fewest Jobs in Five Years, Markets Begin a Selloff

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  22. Chevron: a Better Buy Than Rival Exxon-Mobil (CVX, XOM)

    Chevron has rallied into a stronger technical position than its rival and pays a higher dividend, making it a better buying ...
  23. Watch for These ETF Breakouts (RSX, TLT)

    These ETFs are close to breakout levels, which could set the stage for the next major rally or decline.
  24. Intel Job Cuts Attracting Steady Buying Interest (INTC)

    Intel bulls should be encouraged by fresh accumulation since the company announced a major restructuring plan in April.
  25. 3 Dow Laggards Could Offer Reliable Short Sales (AAPL, GS)

    Three Dow laggards may offer reliable short sales but careful timing will be required to locate low risk entry prices.
  26. Visa and MasterCard Ready to Test Breakout Levels (V, MA)

    MasterCard shows a stronger accumulation pattern than rival Visa and should post more reliable gains after a breakout.
  27. These Stocks Are Strong June Performers (ORCL, INFY)

    These stocks tend to rally in June, moving higher approximately 73% of the time.
  28. Is Now the Time to Invest in Sin Stocks? (BJK, MO)

    Bullish chart patterns on the charts of these sin stocks and related ETF suggests now is the time to buy.
  29. 3 Tech Stocks Waking Up After a Long Slumber (HPE, FDC)

    The recent tech sector rally has strengthened the group’s weak technical tone, with a rising number of components set to ...
  30. Commodity Bounce Hasn't Ended Vale's Downtrend (VALE)

    Vale will remain stuck in a major downtrend until it breaks out above the 4-year trendline of lower highs.
  31. Active Traders Are Turning Bullish on These Commodities (WOOD, SGG)

    These chart patterns suggest that commodities such as sugar are worth a closer look.
  32. Stocks with Big Short-term Momentum (NMBL, INSY)

    These stocks are up more than 13% in the last week, and could run further.
  33. Mom & Pop Investors Will Make or Break S&P500 Rally (SPY)

    The S&P 500 needs the participation of the sidelined and apathetic public investor for a breakout to have legs.
  34. U.S. Markets Cautious Ahead of Fed Rate Decision (SPY, DIA)

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  35. J.P. Morgan Completing Multi-Year Breakout Pattern (JPM, KBE)

    J.P Morgan Chase may be grinding through the final stages of a 16-year cup and handle breakout pattern.
  36. Microsoft Bulls In Charge Despite Correction (MSFT, AAPL)

    Microsoft relative strength cycles are slowly turning higher, setting the stage for a test of 5 month range resistance.
  37. Bond ETFs Test Key Levels (HYG, SHY)

    Various bond ETFs are all hitting key levels at the same time, presenting trading opportunities in some bond ETFs, and warnings ...
  38. 3 Healthcare Stocks at All-Time Highs (ISRG, HSIC)

    A handful of health care stocks have escaped bearish headwinds generated by political rhetoric and could yield low-risk buying ...
  39. Netflix on the Mend After Relief Rally (NFLX, FB)

    This Netflix recovery attempt faces multiple layers of resistance put into place by the long correction.
  40. Active Traders Should Be Picky When Buying Into Retail Stocks (AMZN, XRT)

    Based on the chart of this ETF active traders should be careful when buying into retail.
  41. Planning What to Buy on the Silver Pullback (SLV, AG)

    How and what to trade as the price of silver pulls backs.
  42. New Broadcom Could Lead Tech to Higher Ground (AVGO)

    The newly-merged Broadcom Ltd could enter a new trend advance after a failed March breakout.
  43. Gold Pulling Back After Powerful First Quarter Rally (GLD, GDX)

    A gold fund pullback to 115 could shake out weak hands and set up a low-risk buying opportunity.
  44. Active Traders Continue to Bet Against Copper (FCX, JJC)

    The charts of these copper-related assets suggest that prices are headed lower. How are you trading the move?
  45. Costco Levels to Watch After Earnings (COST, WMT)

    Costco traders should have long and short sale strategies ready to go after a series of retail sector whipsaws.
  46. Trending Stocks Still Giving Buy Signals (XRS, TSM)

    These upward trending stocks are near entry points right now.
  47. Energy Fund Bounce Grinding to a Halt (XOP, USO)

    SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF could spend months or even years consolidating new gains and ...
  48. Nasdaq-100 Set for Strong Recovery (QQQ)

    The Nasdaq-100 could resume its long-held leadership role and lift major indices to new 2016 highs.
  49. Discount Stores in Focus After Wal-Mart Shocker (DG, DLTR)

    Dollar Tree and Dollar General Stores could benefit from improved retail sentiment after Wal-Mart's upbeat results.
  50. U.S. Indexes Lose Ground as Economy Rebounds

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
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