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Don't Let the Major Market Indexes Hurt Your Trading

The S&P 500 and DJIA are convenient benchmarks, but they can hurt your returns if you give them too much weight.

Large-Cap Indexes Rally to Resistance -- And That Could Be Problematic

There is a reasonable possibility, in our view, of the recent rally failing near current levels.

Growth Concerns Continue to Mount

Despite a largely unfazed market, here's why I remain very cautious overall.

Speculative Trading Action Cools as Fed Takes Center Stage

We will soon see if another V-shape move is in the cards.

Bottoming Signals Have Yet to Appear

Index charts all remain in near-term downtrends.

Even If You Don't Trade Copper, You Should Be Watching It

It isn't a coincidence that the copper market is teetering between feast or famine at the same time as the S&P 500.

A Game Plan for a Deeper Market Selloff

The technical definition of a correction is a 10% decline from the highs. Let's imagine that scenario and how to play it.

Monday May Have Been Just the Start of a Deeper Correction

All index charts are in near-term downtrends

Checking Out the Charts to Divine a Possible Tradable Low

We turn to technical analysis to see whether the current market decline is going to continue or whether buy entries will present themselves.

The One Question, Evergrande, Fed Meeting, Technical Levels, Looming Knife Fight

China cannot be the engine that global economies have relied upon if its goals have shifted back toward pulling power away from even its own leading businesses.