Today is Tuesday November 24 and it is 3:30pm
DOW HITS 30,000
If you have been reading my market updates, having gotten through October, you have seen that I have continued to remain bullish on the overall market prospects despite all of the negative news swirling around in the marketplace. This bullish stance is consistent with traditional seasonal trends. Today’s market action further confirms my bullish conviction. The Nasdaq continues to deliver the highest rates of return year to date but the fact that the Dow and the S&P 500 are playing catch up bodes well for the overall market prospects. I consider this the Covid-19 Vaccine rally where pandemic damaged stocks are playing catch up to pandemic leading stocks.
In addition, the fact that the Transportation Index is simultaneously establishing new highs, further forecasts that the underlying economy could be in recovery mode.
Remember that the Dow and the Transports Index are leading economic indicators so the message is that the economy is possibly on the mend. From a trend analysis standpoint, The Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq and Russell 2000 all reside above their short, intermediate and long term trend lines. Additional confirmation of my bullish conviction.
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