Since the first week in January after the market bottom, the QQQ has closed above its rising 4 week average every week except once in early March (A) and last week (B). Closing above the rising 4 week average is a sign of a strong advance. This week the market will reveal its short term direction by whether the QQQ can regain and close above its 4 week average (red dotted line). A close below the 10 week average (purple dotted line) would indicate a significant decline. Failure of the recent GLB is another major sign of weakness.
Some stocks are still hitting all-time highs. OLLI had a GLB last week. It has closed above its 4 week moving average the past 7 weeks.
The GMI is 3 (of 6) and remains Green.
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Dr. Wish, Does the China trade tariffs hyperbole affect the markets as much as the talking heads say, or is this a normal correction? They appear to imply the markets will rally if there is a resolution. Am aware of “sell in May………………” Thank you