3/27/2022 Markets were higher again for the week as the buying continued, but the Volume was lower. It is amazing how the FEAR has disappeared and Tammy is Buying again. And the majority of the investment newsletter writers were Bearish, so we did the opposite (Sentiment Indicator) and the Indices have rallied 9 % up from last week’s lows.
Now the Strongest Funds (Click) and those that were able to hold Above the Green Lines must make New Highs again for the Markets to remain Bullish. This year has been difficult so far for most to make much money, but there should always be investments for Smart Money to rotate into.
If you continue to Follow the Green Line System, your Money should flow into the Strongest areas and your account value should be able to grow in both Bull and Bear Markets.
There has been slower action this week on the Day Trading Scrolling Charts.
We have not had many intra-day Trade Alerts lately as the Volume has been too Low on Buy Signals. We like to see High Volume on rallies.
For the week the Dow was up 0.39%, the S&P 500 was up 1.84%, and the NASDAQ 100 was up 2.36%. The Long Term Trend for the Indices is up.
The Inflation Index (CRB) was up 0.39% for the week and is Above the Green Line, indicating Economic Expansion.
Bonds were down 3.58% for the week, and are Below the Green Line, indicating Economic Expansion.
The US DOLLAR was up 0.61% for the week and is Above the Green Line.
MONEY WAVE BUYS SOON
Be patient and WAIT for Green Zone Buy Signals!
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