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Market Outlook is a recap of the current and future condition of the U.S. stock market.

Indicates short-term U.S. equity market (S&P 500) forecast.

Indicates the strength of the forecast; it's a forecast bias, not a daily market bias.

Indicates long-term U.S. equity market (S&P 500) forecast.

Extended Forecast is a seven week forecast of the U.S. stock market.

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Indicates long-term U.S. equity market (S&P 500) forecast.

Long Term Forecast

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CAUTION

Caution indicates a neutral stance on the stock market;  stocks could be up one day down the next.

Forecast was last changed on October 14, 2011

Forecast was previously changed on August 4, 2011

Extended Forecast

Market Memo

 

The Market Barometer Forecast is a product of the models that run at particular times of the day, like pre-open, open, post open, etc.  The Forecast can be positive, caution, or negative.

S&P 500 chart

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Market Outlook For Tomorrow

Market Outlook For Tomorrow

Indicates short-term U.S. equity market (S&P 500) forecast.

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Short Term Forecast

Market Barometer Leading Indicator

A positive Barometer Leading Indicator (BLI) suggests that a continued sustainable positive U.S. stock market is attainable if current roadblocks can be overcome;  conditions could continue to improve if global conflicts are kept contained;  appears the Fed will keep rates accommodative;  models indicate a positive outlook for the S&P 500 index for the short term.

Leading Indicator was last changed on August 25, 2014

Leading Indicator was previously changed on August 19, 2014

Market Barometer Leading Indicator is a product of the models that run at particular times of the day.  midday, pre close, and post close are some of the scheduled run times.  The Leading Indicator can be positive, neutral, or negative.

Indicates the strength of the forecast; it's a forecast bias, not a daily market bias.
Forecast Bias

Market Barometer Leading Indicator

Neutral bias with a caution forecast means the stock market could still move lower;  improving conditions appear to be limiting the likelihood of further declines;  further declines cannot be ruled-out.

Bias was last change on August 18, 2014

Forecast Bias was previously changed on August 5, 2014

The Forecast Bias is a product of the models that can run at any time deemed necessary.  Big news event or political happening are times that models can and do run.  The Forecast Bias can be positive, neutral, or negative.

Remember!!! Forecasts are only good for the fundamentals of the market;  news can change the direction of the market;  forecasting cannot predict events with 100% certainty.
 

 

 
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