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Article Archive For Keyword: Industrials

  • A 2B Top In The Industrials?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...You can't catch a reversal much faster than you can by correctly anticipating a bull trap.

  • Are The Industrials Outperforming?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Relative strength analysis compares one stock or market to another to determine if that stock or market is out- or underperforming the stock or market it is being compared to. Here the industrial market sector is compared to the S&P 500 to determine

  • Confirming Industrials

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Breaking free from a symmetrical triangle in mid-February, the Dow industrials confirmed the earlier move higher in the transports -- and set up the markets for higher prices overall.

  • Dow Industrials Enter Primary Bear Market

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Long-term statistical analysis shows the Dow Jones Industrial Average entering a primary bear market.

  • Dow Industrials Looking Bearish

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...After breaking key support at 12,000, the next thousand-point move in the Dow Jones Industrial Average is more likely to be down than up.

  • Dow Jones Industrials Topping Stage

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Long-term statistical analysis shows the Dow Jones Industrial Average is currently working through its topping stage.

  • In A Topping Market, Small Caps Have Diverged From Industrials

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In my last article, "Another Sign Of A Market Top?," we saw how the transports had diverged from the industrials, which is a Dow theory warning sign that a reversal may be in the offing. A falling Russell 2000 small-cap index adds more weight t

  • Industrials Fail To Confirm Transports

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Dow transports raced to a new all-time high this month, but the Dow industrials is lagging badly with a bearish pattern in the works.

  • Industrials Fail to Confirm Transports

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Dow Theory was last discussed in late May. At the time, the Dow Transports moved to new reaction highs, but the Dow Industrials had yet to confirm. Since then, the Dow broke above its January highs (blue arrow) and moved to a new reaction high at 9323. I

  • Industrials Have Reversed

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This statistical analysis shows the short-term trend in the Dow Jones Industrial Average has reversed downward.

  • Industrials Reversing

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This statistical analysis shows the short-term trend in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the process of reversing downward.

  • Industrials SPDR Leads With A Breakout

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...After a 12-month trading range, the industrials SPDR is finally breaking free, pointing to higher prices.

  • The Dow Industrial's Head and Shoulders Top

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This bearish reversal pattern is just another sign that the October rally is over.

  • The Dow Industrials' Hourly Rising Wedge Breakdown

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A negative stochastic divergence confirms a breakdown from a rising wedge.

  • Transports' Baby, Industrials Maybe

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Does old-fashioned Dow Theory anticipate a test of the May highs for the Dow Industrials?

  • Trend Ending For The Dow Jones Industrials?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Statistical analysis shows the Dow Jones Industrial Average is nearing the end of its long-term upward trend.

  • Will the Transports Lead the Industrials Up?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...As the Industrials successfully test a range bottom, the Transports move toward a test of an intermediate top.







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