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Technically S&P-500 May Be More Green than Red for the Next Two Weeks

Technically, S&P-500 index expected to be bullish during the period of October 4-15, 2010. According to the results of two different software tools for stock market, the behavior of the index is predicted as somehow between uptrend and sideways. However, technical predictions may be overwritten by changed fundamental-based expectations. The technical indicators are built on a historical predisposition and may work well if other informational factors are unavailable or new information still keeps the existing balance of future expectations. Technical methods are unable to predict most fundamental news, for example, the numbers of GDP or unemployment rate that will be announced.

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October 3, 2010 Posted by | Stock Market Forecast | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sectors Comparative Analysis for Summer 2010

Each stock belongs to a general market, a particular sector and industry. An individual stock performance depends on the general stock market performance, as well as, on the sector performance. History evidences that different sectors perform differently in different periods. Therefore, choosing a right sector at the moment of investing can increase the chances of successful outcome.

The chart below shows the comparative analysis of expected sectors’ performance for the three months of 2010 summer. These 12 sectors composed of more than 500 US and Canadian stocks. Financial and Healthcare sectors look the best, the Energy – the worst. The question still remains if the stock market is going to be bullish this summer.

Sectors Comparative Analysis for Summer 2010

The chart has been calculated and plotted using Investment Analyzer InvAn-4. Its calculation based on a rank of stocks. The highest ranked stocks are expected to be the most probable best performers within the next three-month period. Stocks are ranked on the basis of the composite rating which is a combination of fundamental, technical, and timing ratings. The combination allows modeling quality of company and its stock very realistically.

Nothing in this piece or blog should be construed as investment advice in any way. Always do our own research or/and consult a qualified investment advisor. It is wise to analyze data from multiple sources and draw your own conclusions based on the soundest principles. Be aware of the risks involved in stock investments

June 7, 2010 Posted by | Stock Market Forecast, Stock Market Software | , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments