Friday, December 31, 2010

Intermediate Stock Indicators Turn Slightly Bullish; A Bit on Time-Frames

Our intermediate-term stock indicators flipped from slightly bearish to slightly bullish at the close of trading for 2010. Our long-term indicators remain strongly bullish, as they have been for a while. As a result, our stock trading will be biased to the bullish side, with short-term trends -- and stock index movements, completing the picture.

Our trading strategies are diversified in terms of time-frame as well as technical trend-following approaches. Our typical approach focuses on the intermediate and long-term, with short-term approaches used for diversification.

Our Short-Term Program also uses the various time-frames, with a stronger emphasis on short-term research. Because of the focus on shorter-term systems -- this program targets liquid markets that show volatility -- such as financials and energy (with a focus on the S&P 500).

Adamah Capital uses Collective2 as a third-party tracker of trading strategies developed by Carlton Chin and George Parr.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Overbought Indicators flip to slightly bearish 12/2/10

With the S&P reaching new recent highs in the 1220 area, our overbought / oversold stock market indicators are flipping to slightly-bearish from a moderately-strong bullish signal. Our long-term indicators remain strongly bullish. Both indicators have followed the market higher, with the intermediate-term overbought/oversold indicators flipping to bullish on 10/25, when the S&P was 1185.

The long-term models remain strongly bullish, having ridden the current market from the 1148 level, when the model went long on 9/24 -- to the current levels of 1220.

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