This writeup will be short on words but long on charts. The Nas 100 is leading the market. As long as the index does well, the entire market will at least hold up, so an analysis of the stocks will reveal a lot of valuable information.
Rotation this year has been extreme – it has seemed like groups have alternated between doing great or very poorly. The net has groups that have out-performed and under-performed (duh) the last 12 months.
It’s been a fantastic couple weeks of trading. At Leavitt Brothers, we noticed the charts starting to turn and profiled many great setups that ultimately posted big gains. Here’s a summary – not an inclusive list. A key to making it in this industry is: take advantage of opportunities. We definitely did this at LB […]
On May 3 Leavitt Brothers profiled a handful of gold and silver charts. Why? Because they were acting well and were likely to outperform going forward. Trading is hard when you dig your feet in and defend every opinion. It’s easier if you can lose the biases and just play the leaders, regardless of where […]
Software stocks, which mostly posted massive gains last year because they were growing and were unaffected by the virus, have been in downtrends for several months. Now, many of them are taking out lows and well on their ways to doing complete round trips. For trading purposes, these stocks are off limits. This list also […]
The market appears to be doing well, but beneath the surface, breadth at the Nas and NYSE suggests a big disconnect. Let’s go through a few readings.
The market has been tough to trade – in fact it’s one of the toughest markets in recent memory. The question is: why? Several indexes are near their highs while a few others are simply in the middle of their ranges. So why is trading so hard?
We’ve gone from one of the best markets in recent memory to one of the worst. Stocks that did incredibly well for several months – often posting 300-500% gains – have virtually done complete round trips. Here’s a humbling list that should serve as a reminder to not completely buy into an exciting story.
Despite the Dow, S&P 500, S&P 400 and Nas 100 hitting new highs recently, the market doesn’t feel right. Many previous winners have suffered big losses, and there have been numerous false breakouts.
WorldClassPerformer.com has interviewed hundreds of athletes, artists, coaches, entrepreneurs, journalists, psychologists and writers who are tops in their field. When they asked for an interview, I jumped at the opportunity. Here’s a transcript.