Despite the market dropping, there are still signs of positive momentum. Here's what the DOW daily and weekly charts tell us now.
Based on our DOW chart analysis last week, it seemed likely to dip below its Ichimoku Cloud. Here's what happened since, and what to look for now.
What the DOW chart is telling us including daily chart analysis, resistance and support levels, and patterns.
We focus on the 5-year weekly chart for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). Here's what it's telling us through our Dow Jones chart analysis.
Short selling reveled: An in-depth look at how short selling really works and how short sellers use regulation to beat the system.
When you have looked at enough charts over a very long time – sometimes you notice the obvious, and sometimes you do not. The weekly chart for the Dow tells us that we are witnessing something truly unusual – a strong, broad-based decline across many different sectors of the market that lacks volume confirmation.
So far this year, just one tech company has gone public in the U.S. Many would-be IPO candidates are happy to stay private, where it's been easy (until recently) to collect big sums from investors at rich valuations. But that's starting to change and Bloomberg Gadfly's Shira Ovide is worried that the current IPO desert could spell trouble for tech.
How fast is high-frequency trading? Faster than you think. Literally. Here's another look at how high-frequency trading works, how they make money, and what to expect in the future for HFTs. Also, a look at how a new Canadian exchange is fighting back.
A look at the realities of Canadian debt levels, the direction of Canadian housing, the trend of Canadian stocks, and the Fed's real intentions.
How leveraged is the stock market? A look at the record margin debt level of the NYSE vs. the S&P and what America pays in interest on its loans.