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Technically Speaking: Running On Empty

Stop by Apple Or Google Play stores and search “MyWorth” TODAY. Running On Empty “Running On Empty” was an iconic song about life on the road as a traveling musician. The 1977 live recording, which became a 1978 hit for Jackson Browne, is considered one of true representatives of Heartland Rock, and a concert favorite. When Jackson Browne was interviewed about the song by Rolling Stone Magazine, at the time he was recording the album “The Pretender” he said: I was always driving around with...

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Technically Speaking: Drive For Show

We Still Need You… We are closing in on our goal for our beta trial and your help is MOST appreciated.  Just go to Apple Or Google Play stores and search “MyWorth.”  Drive For Show In golf there is an old axiom: “Drive for show. Putt for dough.”  This past weekend, Tiger Woods completed a comeback on Sunday by capturing his fifth Master’s title and his 15th major tournament win. It was a victory that snapped a decade-long championship drought and instantly returned him to the top of the...

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Technically Speaking: Do You Really Want To Be Out?

Personal Request: We are almost to our goal…don’t miss out! We recently launched a beta version of our new Financial Health App backed by the power and security of Yodlee, AWS, ForgeRock, and Intrinio. Try it out and give us feedback as to what features you would like to have. Don’t worry, we won’t ever share your information with anyone…ever.  Do You Really Want To Be Out? That was a comment made several times last week with respect to the markets stellar first quarter performance. “The...

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Technically Speaking: Are We Going To New Highs?

Personal Request: I still need your help with a new project. We recently launched a beta version of our new Financial Health App backed by the power and security of Yodlee, AWS, ForgeRock, and Intrinio. We need you to try it out and give us feedback as we continue to develop many new features over the next few months. Don’t worry, we won’t ever share your information with anyone ever. We value you and your assistance. Thank you. Are We Going To New Highs? I recently received the following...

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Technically Speaking: A Different Way To Look At Market Cycles

Personal Request: I need your assistance with a new project. We have recently launched a beta version of our new Financial Health App backed by the power and security of Yodlee, AWS, ForgeRock, and Intrinio. Our goal is to develop the next generation financial application to help you get control of, and grow, your wealth. Once you try it out, give us feedback as we continue to develop many new features over the next few months.  A Different Way To Look At Market Cycles In this past...

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Technically Speaking: Will The Next Decade Be As Good As The Last?

In this past weekend’s newsletter we stated: “This short-term oversold condition, and holding of minor support, does set the market up for a bounce next week which could get the market back above the 200-dma. The challenge, at least in the short-term remains the resistance level building at 2800.” That bounce occurred on Monday which allowed us to add some trading positions to our portfolios. We update all of portfolios regularly at RIA PRO (Try now for FREE for 30-days with Code:...

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Technically Speaking: Monthly Chart Review Yields Bearish Signals

With the month of February now officially in the books, we can take a look at our long-term monthly indicators to see what they are telling us now. Is the bull market back? That’s the answer we all want to know. Each week on RIA PRO we provide an update on all of the major markets for trading purposes. (See an unlocked version here. We also do the same analysis for each S&P 500 sector, selected portfolio holdings, and long-short ideas. You can try RIA PRO free for 30-days...

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Technically Speaking: Sell Today? Risk Vs. FOMO

The market is downright bullish.  There is little reason to argue the point given the bullish trend since the December 24th lows. Of course, such is not surprising given the Fed’s dovish turn from tightening monetary policy to quietly putting the “punch bowl” back on the table. But yet, this rally is occurring at a time where Europe’s earnings growth rates for the just reported Q4-period stands at a -1% annualized, which is the lowest since Q2-2016, and the U.S. is on the verge of an...

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Technically Speaking: You Carry An Umbrella In Case It Rains

With the markets closed yesterday, it gives us a chance to review the short, intermediate, and long-term signals the markets are currently sending. Brett Arends recently wrote an excellent piece for MarketWatch with respect to investors feeling like they “missed out,” on the recent rally. To wit: “Sure, if you’d bought and held you’d have been sitting in stocks during the boom since Jan. 1. But you’d also have been sitting in stocks when they tanked last quarter. The Dow has risen more...

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Technically Speaking: Stuck In The Middle With You

In this past weekend’s missive, we discussed the market stalling at the 200-dma. To wit: “We said then the most likely target for the rally was the 200-dma. It was essentially the level at which the ‘irresistible force would meet the immovable object.'” “What will be critically important now is for the markets to retest and hold support at the Oct-Nov lows which will coincide with the 50-dma. A failure of that level will likely see a retest of the 2018 lows.”  “A retest of those...

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