Category Archives: TSX Index

TSX Index YTD sector performance

All the TSX sectors are positive with materials up 16.76%
Chart showing the sector performance for the TSX Index.

TSX YTD Sector Performance courtesy of StockCharts.com

Reference the last chart analysis for the TSX Index.

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TSX Chart Analysis

TSX Index will test major resistance around 14,300
Major resistance for the TSX is around 14,300

TSX Index 4-Year Weekly Chart

Reference the last chart analysis for the TSX Index.

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Technical analysis of the Canadian stock market

Intermediate uptrend still in effect for the Canadian stock market
Uptrend still in effect for the Canadian market. The TSX Index bounced off support of 13,500 which is near the 50-day moving average.

TSX Index 4-Year Weekly Chart

The TSX Index bounced off support of 13,500 which is near the 50-day moving average.

Reference the last chart analysis for the Canadian market.

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“It is not when you buy that counts, it is when you sell”

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TSX Index chart analysis

Intermediate uptrend for the TSX Index
Weekly chart for the TSX Index showing the intermediate uptrend for the Canadian market. Resistance is 14,000 and the next level is the 2011 high around the 14,300 level.

TSX Weekly Chart courtesy of BigCharts.com

Weekly chart for the TSX Index showing the intermediate uptrend for the Canadian market. Resistance is 14,000 and the next level is the 2011 high around the 14,300 level.

Reference my chart analysis from April, 2011 as the TSX Index met resistance at the 14,300 level.

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“It is not when you buy that counts, it is when you sell”

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TSX Index sector performance chart

Materials sector up 4.69% last week
TSX Index performance by sector over the last week.

TSX Index 1-Week Performance by Sector courtesy of StockCharts.com

Reference the last sector analysis for the TSX Index which detailed the sector performance for 2013. The materials sector was a big drag in 2013 and is now showing some life. Can the the materials sector continue to move up when the underlying commodities are not breaking out to the upside?

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    “It is not when you buy that counts, it is when you sell”

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    TSX Index sector performance chart for 2013

    TSX Index up 9.55% with an uneven sector performance

    TSX Index sector performance for 2013.  The materials sector was a major drag on the index.

    TSX Index Sector Performance for 2013

    Canadian stock market sector performance for 2013. It was a subpar performance relative to other world indexes.

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    TSX Index sector performance

    Materials sector up 3.81% the past week
    Bar chart showing the performance of the TSX sectors over the past week.

    TSX Index Sector Performance

    The gain in materials over the past week gave the TSX Index a tentative close above 13,500. Can the materials sector continue to advance without upward movement in the underlying commodities?

    Reference the recent chart analysis for copper which is struggling at the resistance level.

    Reference the last chart analysis for the TSX sectors.

    S&P/TSX Capped Materials Index.

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