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VIDEO: Nasdaq Dorsey Wright Weekly Analyst Discussion - Domestic Equity Pullback & More

Join the Nasdaq Dorsey Wright (NDW) analyst team to discuss market developments through a technical lens and highlight areas to monitor in the coming weeks.

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Absolute Performance of Sectors: A Case Study

Over the years, we have illustrated the value of relative strength-based sector rotation in a variety of ways. Most of these studies have treated the sectors generically, i.e., they looked at the performance of the best performing sector without regard to which sector that happened to be at any given time.

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Broad Sector Dispersion Highlights Advisors’ Need to Know What to Own as Well as How to Own it

If you’re following our Nasdaq Dorsey Wright commentaries here, you’ll notice that we have been discussing the factors driving the wide performance dispersion between some top-performing broad market funds, namely, the Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ) and the Invesco S&P 500 Top 50 ETF (XLG)...

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How Much Market Return is Driven by Pre- and Post-Market Trading?

As everyone in the financial services industry knows, the US equity market is open from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm EST. However, the US market now also has pre- and post-market trading from 7:00 am until open and from close until 8:00 pm.

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Today’s Market ‘Most Improved’ Size/Style Goes to…

In many ways large cap, and especially large cap growth, has dominated the story in 2020.

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Nasdaq Dorsey Wright Weekly Analyst Discussion

Join the Nasdaq Dorsey Wright (NDW) analyst team to discuss market developments through a technical lens and highlight areas to monitor in the coming weeks. Topics this week include reviewing recent market movement through near-term overbought/oversold levels, equity-based participation indicators, and support levels on major indices.

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Understanding the Dow Jones Industrial Average

While a cap-weighted index derives its performance from the movement of the underlying holdings multiplied by their respective allocations as determined by market cap, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is a price-weighted index, which simply means that stocks with the highest share price receive the greatest weighting in the index.

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Is the Equity Market Overbought?

The stock market has been on an absolute tear since the end of March, evidenced by the S&P 500 Index (SPX) rallying almost 43% through Friday’s close (3/23 – 6/5). While the rebound has been a relief for many, conversations concerning the overbought status of the equity market are beginning to circulate, and perhaps justifiably so.

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Nasdaq Dorsey Wright Weekly Analyst Discussion

Join the Nasdaq Dorsey Wright (NDW) analyst team to discuss market developments through a technical lens and highlight areas to monitor in the coming weeks. Topics this week include the increasingly overbought posture of domestic equity indexes and the laggard rally in size & style classifications.

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Fear and Volatility

The CBOE S&P 500 Volatility Index (VIX), which is often referred to as the ‘fear index’ is a measure of uncertainty or volatility in the US equity market.

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What Can We Glean from the S&P 500 Index and the 10-Week Indicator?

Since broad domestic equity indices posted a bottom on March 23rd, they have not looked back. In fact, the S&P 500 Index (SPX), Nasdaq Composite Index (NASD), and Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) have each rebounded with price returns in excess of 30% (data beginning 3/23/20 through 5/27/20).

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Nasdaq Dorsey Wright Weekly Analyst Discussion

Join the Nasdaq Dorsey Wright (NDW) analyst team to discuss market developments through a technical lens and highlight areas to monitor in the coming weeks. Topics include sector rotation, model updates, and refined areas of leadership within the domestic equity space.

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The Summertime Blues- a look at how markets perform from May through August

The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average have each finished in negative territory in 15 of the past 39 summers (or about 38.5% of the time).

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Nasdaq Dorsey Wright Weekly Analyst Discussion

Join the Nasdaq Dorsey Wright (NDW) analyst team to discuss market developments through a technical lens and highlight areas to monitor in the coming weeks. Topics include fresh buy signals for the major domestic equity indexes and further outperformance from growth oriented areas.

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Diving into the Pronounced Size and Style Bias within the Current US Equity Market

Thus far in 2020 and throughout the COVID-19-induced sell-off and partial recovery, there has been a pronounced size and style bias within the US equity market in favor of growth over value and large-cap over small-cap.