Index BPI All seven indexes are bearish after a weak week for U.S. Equities. For the first time since last March all indexes are below the 50% bullish line. The question for investors using the Sector BPI Plus model
While there are a few changes in the Bullish Percent Indicators this week it is unlikely any moves will impact the Sector BPI Plus portfolios. This assumes all the Buy and Sell orders are already in place. Index BPI The NASDAQ 100 and DJIA moved
We need more weeks like this one as all indexes increased or held even in the percentage of bullish stocks. Nearly all sectors also improved during the week. Two sectors, Staples and Utilities, merit watching as both are close to the oversold zone. Index
Before beginning the BPI blogs I attempt to intuit the direction of the X and O side of the following tables. When the stock market rebounded Friday I assumed we might see a few more X’s show up, particularly within the sectors. Not so as only two sectors are bullish.
The dog days of summer are at work when it comes to U.S. Equities as we observe another down week for stocks. All the major indexes declined in the number of bullish stocks and we are getting close to a buy in one sector. More
There are few surprises within the Bullish Percent Indicators this week. If your intuition is telling you this was not a particularly good week for stocks, you are correct. Large-cap stocks held up rather well as you can see from the two Dow
August opened with a poor week for U.S. equities. All the major indexes are down while sectors are a mixed bag. When working through the following tables, check the right-hand side (X’s and O’s) for a peek into broad
The Bullish Percent Indicators (BPI) tell us this past week was rest time. Overall, both the broad markets and individual sectors were flat to slight improvement in smaller stocks. There is one new Sell signal and that is