Category Archives: Technically Speaking

Technically Speaking: A Test Of The 200-DMA Is Coming

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug 10, 2021

“Past Performance Is no guarantee of future of results.” Such is the disclaimer below every performance chart produce by the financial marketplace. However, as Jason Zweig recently noted, that warning has taken on a different meaning.

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Technically Speaking: Past Performance Is A Guarantee?

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug 3, 2021

“Past Performance Is no guarantee of future of results.” Such is the disclaimer below every performance chart produce by the financial marketplace. However, as Jason Zweig recently noted, that warning has taken on a different meaning.

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#Technically Speaking: Siegel On Why Stocks Could Rise 30%

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr 20, 2021

During a recent CNBC interview, Jeremy Siegel suggested stocks could rise another 30% before the boom ends. Just when it seems like “euphoria” can’t get much more “euphoric,” every bullish guest in the financial media attempts to “out bull” the previous

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#Technically Speaking: Bulls Run As Liquidity Floods Market

Written by Lance Roberts | Mar 30, 2021

With weekly “sell signals” close to turning, the downside risk is limited due to liquidity flooding into the market. While volatility has prevailed the markets have made little headway since February. More importantly, dips continue to be readily bought.

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