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There Are 2000 Reasons For Continued Optimism In The Stock Market - Forbes

I now serve as the Chief Investment Officer of Al Frank Asset Management (AFAM) where I lead a team that scrutinizes hundreds of stocks for money management clients, shareholders of our proprietary mutual funds and subscribers to The Prudent Speculator investment newsletter of which I am editor. I have appeared on numerous television and radio programs, and I am frequently interviewed by print and online publications while I also conduct workshops at various investment seminars. I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California in 1987 with a B.S. degree in computer science and a minor in business administration. http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnbuckingham/2014/08/28/2000-standard-and-poors-500-reasons-for-continued-optimism/

Are Institutions Quietly Liquidating twitter Their Stock Positions? - Forbes

In my last stock market update , I discussed the potential for a stock market correction or selloff as we head into resource the fall season, which has historically been a weak season for stocks. In that piece, I showed that the main U.S. stock indices, including the SP500 and the Dow, had experienced technical breakdowns that increased the likelihood of a selloff. Since then, U.S. stocks attempted to break back above their key technical levels, but failed once again another confirmation of the technical ...

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There Are 2000 Reasons For Continued Optimism In The Stock Market - Forbes

I now serve as the Chief Investment Officer of Al Frank Asset Management (AFAM) where I lead a team that scrutinizes hundreds of stocks for money management clients, shareholders of our proprietary mutual funds and subscribers to The Prudent Speculator investment newsletter of which I am editor. I have appeared on numerous television and radio programs, and I am frequently interviewed by print and online publications while I also conduct workshops at various investment seminars. I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California in 1987 with a B.S. degree in computer science and a minor in business administration. http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnbuckingham/2014/08/28/2000-standard-and-poors-500-reasons-for-continued-optimism/

Are Institutions Quietly Liquidating twitter Their Stock Positions? - Forbes

In my last stock market update , I discussed the potential for a stock market correction or selloff as we head into resource the fall season, which has historically been a weak season for stocks. In that piece, I showed that the main U.S. stock indices, including the SP500 and the Dow, had experienced technical breakdowns that increased the likelihood of a selloff. Since then, U.S. stocks attempted to break back above their key technical levels, but failed once again another confirmation of the technical weakness seen earlier this month. The SP500 tried to break above its 1,990 resistance level twice, but peaked on September 19th on extremely high trading volume and proceeded to fall back below this level. The volume spike that occurred at the recent peak may be evidence of distribution , or heavy institutional selling as the smart money tries to take advantage of market strength to liquidate their bullish positions. The SP500 would need to surpass and remain above 1,990 for the recent technical breakdown to be invalidated. Source: StockCharts.com The Dow shows a similar pattern to the SP500, and its 17,150 resistance level is equivalent to the SP500s 1,990 resistance level. Source: StockCharts.com The Nasdaq Composite index fell below its 4,550 support and even managed to briefly break below its 4,485 support during Thursdays selloff, though it broke back above it in Fridays trading session. Another failure of the 4,485 level would give another bearish confirmation signal. http://www.forbes.com/sites/jessecolombo/2014/09/29/are-institutions-quietly-distributing-their-stock-positions/

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