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Outlook for Week of February 25, 2019

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Free weekly newsletter with outlook and brief comments for world stock markets. Weekly reversal levels for stocks, gold and currencies. This method was designed to keep you on the right side of the market most of the time, letting the winners run while avoiding big losses.

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Outlook for Week of February 25, 2019

  1. 1. Reversal Levels - Outlook for week of February 25, 2019  Number of S&P 500 stocks in bullish trends (blue line): 352 (70%) versus 338 last week.  Number of S&P 500 stocks in daily bullish mode (red line): 441 (88%) versus 445 last week.  Situation is bullish and the number of stocks in bullish trends keeps climbing. The red line stays well above the blue line, indicating an ongoing rally from the recent lows. © Reversallevels.com
  2. 2.  ELC: turning up | BMO: up | Blue snake: up | Repellor: up.  Market is above the blue snake boundary, which is usually a bullish omen. All indicators point up. A continuation of the bull market is the base scenario. © Reversallevels.com S&P 500 Weekly chart
  3. 3.  Most major indexes are in bullish trends. Nikkei and DAX stay weak bearish, but are testing their RevL.  Bonds TLT stay weak bullish.  Gold keeps giving a partial profits signal. May be peaking. MoM is in the +8 euphoric zone  EURUSD is fully bearish with downward MoM.  Oil is giving a Buy signal. Start of a new bullish trend.  Wheat is fully bearish and seems to be giving up the important 500 level. © Reversallevels.com Major indices
  4. 4.  Buy signals for China SSEC, Israel TA100, Malaysia KLCI,Spain IBEX35 and Thailand SET.  Mexico is the only market that stays in bearish trend. World markets © Reversallevels.com
  5. 5.  Buy signals for DIS, PFE and VZ.  23 stocks bullish, up from 20 last week. Above 20 = bullish market. See article: Keeping an eye on the Dow stocks  Back above 20 bullish stocks means we can officially put the recent bear market behind us.  Does this mean the Dow is guaranteed to climb to new highs? Of course not. But we go with the flow. If the market stalls again we will get Sell signals . 30 Dow Jones Industrials stocks © Reversallevels.com
  6. 6.  No changes this week.  Currencies tend to make long trending moves, so we don’t get weekly Buy or Sell signals so often.  For daytraders or swing traders: if you do your trading in the direction of the weekly trend you are likely to do well in the long run. So, try to buy the pullbacks in currencies pairs that are in weekly bullish trends and sell the rips during weekly bearish trends. Forex & Crypto © Reversallevels.com
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