Gary Kaltbaum is an investment adviser with over 25 years experience, and is a Fox News Channel Business Contributor. Gary is the author of The Investors Edge. Mr. Kaltbaum is also the host of the nationally syndicated radio show “Investors Edge” on over 50 radio stations. Gary is also editor and publisher of “Gary Kaltbaum’s Trendwatch”… a weekly and monthly technical analysis research report for the institutional investor. If you would like a free trial to Gary’s Daily Market Alerts click here.
It is early but so far, today is the first time I have seen strong growth stock action in weeks…and it came right at an important juncture. As you know, I thought many weeks ago that the market was going to correct. So far, it has been nominal measured by the indices, almost 10%. The near-term good news is that a few important major indices have been sitting on longer-term support…and notwithstanding the mother of all reversals today, those support levels are holding. Just one glance at the NASDAQ will show vital support going back to March at 2603. Also, the RUSSELL and the S&P held the 200 day moving average in recent days. Are we off to the races? Quite unlikely. Loads of resistance ahead. But I am just happy to see important growth names bid up and shorts having to cover. Now we need to see a follow through day to get a potential trend change. No matter what, as I have stated for months, it ain’t going to be easy.
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