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SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust On Pace For A 35% Gain Since Trump’s Election

Saturday, February 25, 2017 5:47
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From Moby Waller: We’ve had a big 10% gain in the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) since Donald Trump shocked the world and won the U.S. presidential election.

The market is on pace for a 35% annualized gain since Nov. 9.

This may cause you some concern: Are we over-extended to the upside here? Is a big pullback imminent?

My answer to that right now is this: Don’t panic and sell all your stocks. In fact, the charts (which show price action and buying pressure) remain overwhelmingly bullish.

While a 35% gain might be a bit of a reach, there are several historical precedents for large market gains over the past 20 years:

  • 2013 — S&P 500 gained 32%
  • 2009 — up 26%
  • 2003 — up 29%
  • 1999 — up 21%
  • 1998 — up 29%
  • 1997 — up 33%

Is the market potentially a bit over-extended here, and could we pull back a bit? Yes.

But based on the recent price action, I would anticipate any pullback to be contained at around a 1.7% loss or so.

Take a look at the SPY Daily Chart below. This contains the tested, unique indicators that I utilize for trading ETFs and options on ETFs in our Wyatt Research ETF Sector Alerts premium service.

SPY Daily Chart
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You can see that we have been on a strong run higher since November, with periods of acceleration and healthy consolidation. The 24-day Exponential Moving Average (Exp MA), blue line, has contained pullbacks.

This is an indicator that shows the average price of a security over a certain time frame, with more emphasis on the recent price action. Trending above this line and holding above it on down moves shows a bullish trend.

Bullish Market Trend Expected to Continue

This faster Exp MA is currently at 231.92, which is 1.7% under current levels. If we do pull back from here, the 232 area on the SPYders looks an excellent entry point for getting long.

At the bottom of this chart is a Stochastics indicator, an oscillator that shows strength of trend ̶ this also has optimized, unique input settings on it. An “overbought” stock that is trending higher is actually in a bullish mode, by my method ̶ in a strong trend, a security can remain overbought much longer and go much higher than one would normally think. Stochastics has been giving a steadily bullish reading since November.

The bottom line is the trend is your friend and an object in motion is likely to stay in motion ̶ until the market trend breaks down and/or reverses, we are likely to continue higher in a bullish market, with some limited pullbacks and periods of healthy, sideways trading range consolidation.

The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE:SPY) closed at $236.74 on Friday, up $0.30 (+0.13%). Year-to-date, SPY has gained 5.91%, versus a % rise in the benchmark S&P 500 index during the same period.

SPY currently has an ETF Daily News SMART Grade of A (Strong Buy), and is ranked #1 of 109 ETFs in the Large Cap Blend ETFs category.


This article is brought to you courtesy of Wyatt Investment Research.

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Source: http://etfdailynews.com/2017/02/25/spdr-sp-500-etf-trust-on-pace-for-a-35-gain-since-trumps-election/

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