Category Archives: Technical Analysis

Junk Bond Re-Test

Is The Junk Bond Sell-Off Over?

Written by Jesse Colombo | Jan, 16, 2019

In late-November, I warned that plunging oil prices and the bursting of a Fed-driven bubble in the shale energy industry would also cause a bust in high-yield or “junk” bonds…

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Technically Speaking: Bull Or Bear? Comparing Views

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan, 15, 2019

As the trumpets sound to signal the start of earnings season, the battle between fundamentals and “hope” begins. While earnings expectations have weakened markedly in recent months, the bulls remain steadfast in…

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The Market Is Still In A Downtrend

Written by Jesse Colombo | Jan, 11, 2019

Throughout the market sell-off of the past few months, I’ve been showing key technical levels to help determine if further downside was likely or if the rout was truly over….

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Bitcoin Triangle

Watch This Bitcoin Triangle

Written by Jesse Colombo | Jan, 8, 2019

In October, I wrote a Forbes piece called “Why Bitcoin May Make A Powerful Move Soon.” In that piece, I showed how Bitcoin was forming a descending triangle pattern that…

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It’s Now Or Never For The Bulls

Written by Lance Roberts | Dec, 25, 2018

In April of this year, I wrote an article discussing the 10-reasons the bull market had ended. “The backdrop of the market currently is vastly different than it was during…

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Volatility Index

Why Another Volatility Spike May Be Ahead

Written by Jesse Colombo | Nov, 19, 2018

In early October, when the U.S. stock market had reached an all-time high and investor sentiment was extremely complacent, I published a warning in Forbes called “Why Another Market Volatility…

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