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There is always a reason why there is divergence between the S&P 500 and Nasdaq. A trend following tool will be able to help you see that. Yesterday, S&P 500 and the Dow Jones fell while the Nasdaq Composite rose. Well, I guess it surprised many people, but not me or those of us here that use a trend following tool to help us.
The trend is your friend as they say.
While a good system may not give you 100% accuracy, it helps us to be on the right side of the market 75% of the time. As you shall see in the charts below, the Nasdaq was trending up in the 15 min charts while the SPY and DIA was trending down in the 5 min charts.
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Nov 30, 20 09:44 AM
The S&P 500 has broken out into new highs and I believe that it has establish a new support area.
Nov 23, 20 09:05 AM
After breaking out of a downtrend line, the S&P 500 still looks bullish for the near term.
Nov 17, 20 05:26 AM
After the news of Tesla being added to the S&P 500, it is gapping up pre-market.
Nov 09, 20 06:56 AM
After the elections, the S&P 500 is now breaking out of a triangle pattern.
Oct 23, 20 08:22 AM
The US stock market seems to point to a Republican victory. It is still in an uptrend and therefore we should continue to remain bullish.