Archive for April 17th, 2012

Short-term Forecast for April 17, 2012

| April 17, 2012

Stocks Continue to Track Bearish Scenario The S&P 500 index closed sharply higher today, reacting further off of recent short-term lows of the overbought correction from early April. As expected, market behavior has become more volatile following the breakdown of the extremely overextended rally from October 2011 and the S&P 500 will likely continue to […]

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Potential Short-term Signal: 10-year Treasury Note Yield Cycle Analysis

| April 17, 2012

The move higher today has caused both cycle analysis price oscillators to experience bullish crossovers and a bullish engulf pattern has formed on the daily chart, generating a potential cycle low signal. A strong close near current levels today would generate a confirmed signal, indicating that the alpha low (AL) of the current short-term cycle […]

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Hoisington and Hunt First Quarter Review

| April 17, 2012

Economists Van Hoisington and Lacy Hunt released their first quarter report this week and their focus remains on the excessive debt that continues to act as a structural drag on our economy. They believe, as do we, that the only viable solution to an excessive debt problem of this magnitude is debt reduction. Granted, an […]

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