Thursday, 30 March 2017
Pulling out of its recent down-swing, we watch to see if the index will be constrained by our speculative Resistance Line (purple), or if it will crash through this line to resume the up-trend. The up-trend has already proceeded beyond reason, and I won't be taking a long position. Should it bounce off the purple line, however, I am ready to resume a short.
(Published by me two days ago on Trading View).
Tuesday, 28 March 2017
I think the of the SVP is emerging, and I have replaced my previous "Indicative Resistance Line" (green) with my new "Emerging Resistance Line" (blue). Time, then, not for exiting the short, but for strengthening it!
Same goes for the other American indexes. European and emerging indexes may suffer a little as well, but are not (as) over-priced as the American.
Thursday, 23 March 2017
S&P 500 and DOW 100 reached a peak on 1 Mar 2017, ending a charge that commenced last November.
The trend-line, "Long-term down-slope," indicates the possible top of the down-slope of the potentially-emerging Market. If so, there will be upswings and downswings within this down-trend.
The "Indicative Resistance LIne" indicates a possible marker (Resistance Line) by which the end of the current down-swing can be guessed. In other words, if this line is breached in the near future (by SVP and/or DIA), I will judge that the present down-swing is over.
Nasdaq rises and falls farther than the other two. It will be interesting to see if it will now take a real plunge.
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
The Dow, (here echoed in the DIA on the DOW 100, shown green), quickly followed the S&P, (here echoed in the SPV on the S&P 500, shown blue), downwards, and then the NASDAQ (here echoed in the QQQ on the NASDAQ 100, shown blue), joined in the dip.
It is too soon to say if this is the beginning of a downtrend, (or just a temporary blip), but why not, since the indexes are overvalued?
Thursday, 16 March 2017
I am betting that the Social & Poor index will take a bit of a tumble. While this ETF, which shadows the S&P index, will probably sink over the next three years right down to $160, my initial bet is to the 5-year Support Line, exiting the bet at $224.
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
Having fallen a little over the last 5 days, should we expect CRH to recover?
Not at all!
With a P/E of c. 27, the is over-priced. Even with a continuation of profit growth at almost 8%, a significant fall in price must be anticipated.
I would say: sell now and buy later after the price tumbles to around £22 ( LSE price).
Monday, 30 January 2017
S&P 500 to crash from 2277 to 1600, or even 1300?
It may seem unbelievable, but this would be a drop in P/E from the excessively high level of 25.5 down to its median level of 14.65.
Trump's economic policy, negative on trade, is likely to see a contraction in GDP rather than a rise.
Tomorrow is the first of February, so we can expect to see prices falling now that we are out of January.