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Market commentary provided by well-known technical and research analysts, financial authors, investment newsletter publishers, and economists. The opinions expressed each week represent their professional perspectives and not necessarily those of the magazine.

Anatomy of Dow 30 technical patterns

Large segments of the investing population continue to use the Dow Jones 30 Industrial Average (DJIA) as the basis for determining how well the stock market is doing at any given time. Many investors are excited about how far this index will climb in...

Stock market years ending in ‘7’

Long-term cycle charts are interesting to look at, but I’m not sure how much they help one’s trading or strategy. In any case, www.seasonalcharts.com has an interesting 10-year cycle chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The data for the Dow is...

The ins and outs of event-driven ETFs

Event-driven investing strategies have been around for decades. These strategies attempt to profit from market inefficiencies that often occur in conjunction with various corporate events such as mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, stock splits, buybacks,...

Short-term market outlook downgraded to neutral

Editor’s note: Tony Dwyer, U.S. portfolio strategist for Canaccord Genuity, and his colleagues author a widely respected monthly overview of market conditions, technical factors, and future market outlook called the “Strategy Picture Book.” The...

Fundamental line indicators for investors

Fundamental analysis is the foundation of stock investing and continues to be the number one source of data for selecting stocks by giant institutions, market professionals, managers of small funds, and retail investors. However, the quality of...