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Analyst: Stocks Look Nothing But Bullish Right Now

From Chris Ciovacco: Money manager Chris Ciovacco uncovers some rare bullish signals that the S&P 500 is exhibiting right now, and concludes that there’s little reason to be bearish on stocks right now.

Another Piece Of Long-Term Evidence

In recent months, several pieces of longer-term bullish evidence have surfaced, including a signal that has only occurred ten other times in the last 35 years, a clear and factual message about stocks, a reliable contrarian indicator, weekly charts (1982-2016) painting a bullish picture, and a rare reading from a trend-strength indicator.

Signals Assist With Probabilities

No indicator, signal, or piece of evidence can predict a highly uncertain future; they simply provide some insight into the probability of good things happening relative to the probability of bad things happening, which implies bad things are always on the list of possible market outcomes.

Rare Secular Stock Market Signal

This week’s stock market video focuses on a very rare secular signal that has only occurred one other time since 1928.

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Small Sample Size

It should be noted the video above covers events with a very small sample size, meaning relying on this evidence in isolation is probably not wise. Therefore, our focus, as always, is on the weight of the evidence.

No Forecasting

Our purpose is not to forecast, but rather to understand the facts we have in hand. If the facts change in a bearish manner, which may very well be the case, flexibility will prove to be valuable. It should be noted the first link in this article goes to evidence that was presented on August 20; since then, despite many dire forecasts on Wall Street, the S&P 500 has gained over 4%.

The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE:SPY) closed at $225.71 per share on Friday, up $0.33 (+0.15%). Year-to-date, SPY has gained 10.72%.

SPY currently has an ETF Daily News SMART Grade of A (Strong Buy), and is ranked #1 of 108 ETFs in the Large Cap Blend ETFs category.

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