Green line break-outs last week: $SBGL,$WWE,$INVN,$BRKB,$STRT,%PRXL,$PL,$SAIA, $GTAT, $LSTR; 2007 type crash coming?


These 10 stocks broke through multi-month bases to all-time highs last week. I draw a green line at an all-time peak not broken for at least three months, sometimes for years.   I then use TC2000 to put in an alert and send me an email when the green line is broken.   All of my students receive the email alerts. Not all of these stocks will continue rising.   Some will hover around their green line and some will retreat below it and still others will rise after testing the green line. I put these stocks in a watch list and monitor how they behave.   Once a stock surpasses its green line, it may rise for months because there is no over head supply of sellers who bought at higher prices. Also, for a stock to break to an all-time high, especially on high volume, someone may know something good about the company. These stocks are worthy of further research.

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The GMI closed Friday at 6 (of 6) and the GMI-2 is at 8 (of 8).

GMI03072014With all this hysteria about a market top forming like it did in 2007, I thought you might like to compare the market pattern in 2007 to now.   Here is the weekly GMMA chart of the SPY in 2007. Note the danger sign that flashed well in advance when all of the short term averages (red) crossed below the longer term averages (blue):

GMMASPY2007topAnd here is   a current GMMA chart of the SPY.   See any resemblance? As the great bard once said, a coward dies a thousand deaths……


1 thought on “Green line break-outs last week: $SBGL,$WWE,$INVN,$BRKB,$STRT,%PRXL,$PL,$SAIA, $GTAT, $LSTR; 2007 type crash coming?”

  1. What to do with your bubble stocks
    The weakness in the momentum highflying stocks like Tesla TSLA -0.35% , Zillow Z and 3-D Systems DDD -0.30% remains noteworthy. I’m growing increasingly bearish about the near-term, but not necessarily changing anything in the portfolio. $DDD $TSLA

    I am however going to trim down a bit of my long-time biggest position, Facebook FB +0.10% , just to lock in some more profits and take a little more exposure off the table.

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