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While the S&P 500 did manage to finish the week above tactical support at 5250, one of the most widely-followed macro technical indicators recently registered an initial sell signal for the second time in 2024. Today we'll explain the three components of the Hindenburg Omen, show

Top 5 Stocks in "Go" TrendsTrend Continuation on Rising Momentum GoNoGo Charts® highlight low-risk opportunities for trend participation with intuitive icons directly in the price action. The resurgence of momentum in the direction of the underlying price trend is an excellent entry opportunity, or the

In this episode of StockCharts TV's The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen reviews the bullish close in the markets while highlighting areas to stay away from. She also shares why AI-related areas of Tech remain positive and what drove the Retail sector into a new uptrend. The potential

What a turnaround! Today's PCE data, which was in line with expectations, initially sent the stock market higher. Then, it experienced a significant selloff, but things changed in the last 30 minutes. Equities pushed higher into the close, revealing that investor optimism isn't dead. The

In this edition of StockCharts TV's The Final Bar, join Dave and Grayson as they run through top 10 charts to watch in June 2024! They'll cover breakout strategies, moving average techniques, relative strength, and much more. You don't want to miss these insights into market dynamics

Gold is struggling, moving mostly sideways. Silver has technically been moving sideways as well only it has formed a textbook double top chart pattern. Textbook double tops show even tops and a clear confirmation line delineated at the middle of the "M" formation. What is

A man of retirement age considers his professional options. In the United States, the federal debt continues to climb at an alarming rate. A big part of the explanation for the acceleration of the debt load is funding Social Security—a social program designed to provide financial