Category Archives: Technical Analysis

Technically Speaking: A Look At The A/D Line

Written by Lance Roberts | Jul, 17, 2018

By Lance Roberts and Michael Lebowitz, CFA In yesterday’s post on investor psychology, we discussed the issue of confirmation bias. To wit: “As individuals, we tend to seek out information…

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Technically Speaking: FOMO Overrides FOLM

Written by Lance Roberts | Jul, 10, 2018

In this past weekend’s missive, I stated: “The good news is the break above the 61.8% retracement level, as we noted last week, keeps the markets intact (Pathway #1) for now. And,…

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Technically Speaking: The Beer Bet

Written by Lance Roberts | Jun, 26, 2018

In this past weekend’s newsletter, I laid out my positioning for a short-term rally back to recent highs and why we were looking to “modestly” increase exposure. To wit: “That…

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Technically Speaking: The Drums Of “Trade” War

Written by Lance Roberts | Jun, 19, 2018

In last week’s Technical Update, I discussed the risks to our short-term bullish view. To wit: “Next week, the Trump Administration will announce $50 billion in “tariffs” on Chinese products….

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Technically Speaking: How Far Can Stocks Fall?

Written by Lance Roberts | May, 29, 2018

With the markets closed for Memorial Day yesterday, our analysis remains. In case you missed it, we updated our potential pathways following last week’s stagnation as follows: “As shown by…

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Technically Speaking: Riding The Bull

Written by Lance Roberts | May, 22, 2018

One of the most dangerous sports in America lasts a total of eight seconds – bull riding. In bull riding, a rider must stay on top of the bucking bull while…

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