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  • More Distribution
    Another seller dominated day gives the Naz its second day of Distribution in a row, while the Dow and S&P drift.

    We're not shifting from our Buy bias just yet. In fact, we'd like to see a gentle broad market pullback give us some better opportunities to scoop up select Growth Stocks that broke out recently.

    Any further Distribution, where volume on a down day out numbers the previous day, will make us cautious. Another concern is the semiconductors (NYSEARCA:SMH), which have yet to conquer its key 200-day moving average to the upside, and drags heavily on the Bull for its historical tendency to trade closely with the market's longer term direction.

    Stay tuned,


    Disclosure: Long SINA, Short DECK
    Sep 22 6:55 PM | Link | Comment!
  • Distribution Makes Its Mark
    Our fine rally has hit a round of heavy selling - though nothing to get to excited over, yet.Seller domination in Tuesday's action ended with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq posting their first days of Distribution in weeks.This institutional grade unloading of shares suggests the big boys took some profits.We want to see the selling dry up to maintain our Bullish bias. More distribution will put us back on defense.As for Growth Stock breakouts, we haven't seen it this good in a long time. Ideally, we'll get a nice pullback to buy in at better prices. Subscribers to our report will get a better fix on this.Stay tuned,Dan,

    Disclosure: Long SINA, Short DECK
    Sep 21 5:03 PM | Link | Comment!
  • Not Out Of Woods
    Last week's Follow Through Day, suggesting institutions are on board with a bullish leg in stocks, has been working thus far.

    As up-volume outpaces down-volume over the past several weeks we've had the confirmation of a number of new highs from our top-ranked and beloved Growth Stocks.

    We're holding our Buyer's Edge bias until Distribution, or institutional grade selling, shows up. The S&P 500's testing of just above its 200-day moving average might pose just the location for some type of pullback to take place.

    The key sectors of Financials (NYSEARCA:XLF), Semiconductors (NYSEARCA:SMH) and Retail (NYSEARCA:RTH) all remain below their 200-day moving averages, giving us further indication we're hardly out of the woods.

    September is also notorious for corrections, so hold on.

    Sep 14 4:53 PM | Link | Comment!
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