5 Large-Cap Stocks Surging with Great Momentum
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* Large Cap Tech Stocks Move Lower Below 50 Day Moving Average 10/9/13.
The Trend indicator is moving down along with all momentum indicators. Right now on most folks mind is the Debt battle going on in Washington. Any sudden good news could give the market a boost up.
The buyers that stepped in during the later part of the trading day may signal the down move is close to being over. Any good news out of Washington will certainly give the market a bounce.
The DIA pierced the lows of August and then sellers came in to support the DIA from going lower. If there is no sudden bad news, then the DIA may try to move back up into resistance areas. When the 5,1 Stochastic moves above the 20 line, the DIA will have a buy for a bounce. The RSI never hit below 30. Below 30 and the DIA turns extremely bearish for the long term. CCI came down, but not as deep as in August….. that is bullish.
The QQQ plunged again today and was saved by buyers coming in and supporting the price at the lows. Look for the 5,1 Stochastic to turn above the 20 line for a bounce. RSI stopped at 41 and that leaves the QQQ still in a bull trend.
The SPY moved down sharply and like the other ETF funds, buyers came in and held support. The buy signal will be the 5,1 Stochastic moving above the 20 line. The RSI is at 40 and if it does not go lower, that keeps the SPY in a bull trend.
The momentum indicators are bearish.
The IWM moved below the 50 day moving average on good volume. The CCI is not as deep as the last move down in August and the same goes for the RSI. RSI holding 40 line is bullish for the IWM.
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