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TSX Index is testing major support zone

RSI and MACD confirming the near-term downtrend
TSX Index is testing the major support zone.

TSX Index Daily Chart

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TSX Index 3-Year weekly chart

Resistance at 15000 close to 200-day moving average
TSX Index: Resistance at the 200-day simple moving average to start the week.

TSX Index 3-Year Chart

Reference the last chart analysis for the TSX Index.

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West Texas Intermediate (WTI) 3-Year Chart

Major trend is down for WTI. Major support = 45
Major trend is down for WTI with an intermediate trading range between 45 and 55

WTI 3-Year Chart

Reference the last chart for WTI.

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% of stocks above the 200-Day Moving Average

47.20% of TSX stocks above the 200-day moving average
Percent of stocks avove the 200-day moving average for the TSX and the S&P 500

Three Year Chart

Reference the last chart published on December 21, 2014.

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Percent of stocks above the 200-day moving average

Percent of stocks above 200 day moving average for the TSX and the S&P 500.

3-Year Weekly Chart

Percent of stocks above 200 day moving average for the TSX and the S&P 500.

Reference the last chart for the percent of stocks above the 200 day moving average.

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“Keep it Simple!”

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CN chart anlaysis

A picture-perfect chart for CN
A 5-year chart for CN showing the major uptrend as approximated by the 200 day moving average.

CN 5-Year Logarithmic Chart

When did you board the train for this ride? In most cases, the simple rules make the most profit and are the easiest to trade. Buy when the stock crosses above the 200-day moving average. Or buy when the 50-day moving average crosses above the 200-day. Sell when the stock crosses below the 200-day or the 50-day crosses below below the 200-day. Add a filter so you don’t get whipsawed. You have your trading rules. It can be even programmed as a simple algorithm and let your computer make the trades. It doesn’t get any simpler than that!

CN released the Quarterly Results today.

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“Keep it simpe.”

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Death Cross for the TSX Index

50 Day moving average crosses below 200 Day moving average
Weekly candlestick chart for the TSX Index showing the 50 day moving average crossing below the 200 day moving average. This is called a death cross. Yes, the TSX has a negative technical profile.

TSX Weekly Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com

The above chart identifies support zones for the TSX. What more can I say about the chart: the TSX has a negative technical profile.

Reference the last chart analysis for the TSX Index.

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