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Massive Opportunity In 2012, But Then Look Out Below

There are several long-term cross currents in the current U.S. stock market environment. On the negative side, measures of volume and participation of “smart-money” have been woefully lacking since the October 2011 bottom, and really since the March 2009 bottom. In his weekly … Continue reading

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The Bullish Argument

While the McCurtain indicators discussed in my previous post suggest a major top, several other facts paint a more bullish picture for the multi-month time-frame. One positive is the out-performance of bank stocks since December 2011. Bank Index vs. S&P 500 Typically, the … Continue reading

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McCurtain Indicators Suggest Major Top In U.S. Stock Market

Predicting a major top is not a slam dunk exercise, even with time-tested indicators. That said, Robert McCurtain has developed a range of indicators with a reliable track record. And McCurtain’s indicators say proceed in the U.S. stock market with extreme … Continue reading

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