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A change in the near and intermediate downtrends has yet to be realized. Read Article
The major indices are breaking down as stocks retreat. Read Article
The NRF expects holiday retail spending to rise 4.1% in 2014, but how will that affect major retailers such as Walmart (WMT), Target (TGT) and Amazon (AMZN)? Read Article
A close below its 200-day moving average would be a strong negative for the broader market. Read Article
Monday's real highlight was the U.S. dollar suffered its largest drop in a year, boosting beaten-down commodities including crude oil and precious metals. Read Article
A market divided is not a strong market, and the housing and energy sectors are weakening as the S&P 500 continues to reach for new highs. Read Article
With depletion rates and increased fracking, here's what investors can hope for the future of energy stocks in the U.S. Read Article
The 50-day moving average on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq must be convincingly penetrated. Read Article
Good jobs report or not, the Federal Reserve won't be tightening in any meaningful way with its most hawkish members retiring. Read Article
Weak fundamentals and technicals dragged gold prices below the $1,200 level to put them in negative territory for the year-to-date. Read Article
The outlook for 2015 is not entirely bearish as the expectation is that the economy will dodge any downturns, which should help the financial sector stay profitable. Read Article
A closer inspection of this week's stock charts reveals some significant problems have developed for the market. Read Article