Important Stocks To Watch - Breakout Stocks

Long Term Breakouts To Watch

Stocks At 50 MA & 200 MA

Daily Stock Market Analysis Sept 11 to Sept 15 2017

Below are each day's analysis and updates of major markets and commodities and stocks as they happen. I put them all here for easy reference. Press refresh to get updates everyday. Usually new stuff update by 5.a.m. E.T. New York. Additional perhaps around 8.a.m. E.T. New York.

For this week's stock market outlook and big picture written earlier go to Stock Market Outlook 2nd Week September 2017.

Sept 15 Friday

Sept 14 Thursday


Sept 13 Wednesday

Sept 12 Tuesday

Sept 11 2017 Monday

Don't Miss This Chart - Aug 31 to September 8 2017

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