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JPMorgan Exec Says S&P 500 Could Plunge By 40% In The Next Few Years (SPY)
From ZeroHedge: In what sounds more like yet another warning to President Trump than an actual market call, Daniel Pinto, the head of JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Happy Anniversary, Bulls
Friday marked the nine-year anniversary from the point at which stocks troughed. On March 9th, 2009, the S&P 500 (SPY) closed at 676.
How Much Longer Will Stocks Chop Sideways?
U.S. stocks last week as measured by the S&P 500 and as represented by the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) came under some pressure but all in all remain in a choppy multiweek range.
Will the Quick Snapback in the Futures Hold Up?
The PowerShares QQQ ETF (QQQ) has been the big driver of most index rallies, up 9% as of yesterday's close and outperforming the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY). We'll be watching for more balance in any sustained rally so we'll be watching the S&P 500 closely ...
The Next Recession Could Be Decades Away
Despite strong fundamentals and rising consumer, small business, and corporate confidence, many still expect the economy to fall off a cliff relatively soon.
February Snapped The S&P 500's 10-Month Winning Streak (SPY)
That's probably because we cannot explain them (to the extent that we can explain any market phenomenon). Perhaps the most important takeaway is that, at least historically speaking, the end of the recent monthly winning streak does not have to be a ...
Will The S&P 500 Retest Its Recent Lows Soon? (SPY)
If $SPX can close above 2750 and $VIX can close below 17, that would be an all-clear sign for the upside, in my opinion. But the longer the market goes without achieving those levels, the greater the probability that there will be a retest of the lows ...
S&P 500's Bounce Off Recent Lows Could Signal Much Bigger Rally Coming (SPY)
At 3.25% from its 52-week high, the current burst left the S&P 500 as the 3rd closest to its 52-week high behind March 2000 and May 1997.
Despite Media Hype, There's Little Actual Evidence Of An Impending Market ...
This first chart of the ES (E-Mini S&P) clearly shows our advanced predictive modeling system, the ADL system, is predicting much higher prices over the next few weeks.
Does The S&P 500 Need A Healthy Pullback? (SPY)
A fair counter to the 200-day charts above is “that is one data point”. This week's video looks at numerous data points on numerous timeframes to help us better understand the market's vulnerability to a bear market in light of recent developments ...