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Market Trakker


Welcome to our Market Trakker Trend Alert service! This service tracks the current trend of the S&P 500 index with updated trend alerts, commentary, charts, every weekend. Since nearly three out of four U.S. stocks follow the general trend of the S&P 500 index, it is an extremely important market for U.S. stock investors and traders to consider in their trading decisions.

 

Market Trends + Charts + Commentary Updated Every Weekend


  • POSITION TREND

    Trend for Position TradersMarket Trakker - Downtrend

    POSITION DOWNTREND
    (Confirmed Downtrend)

    5/13/22… UPDATE: The S&P 500 index staged a relief rally on Friday after another bruising week but closed below the psychological level of 4000. The index fell by 2.4% last week as investors continued to exit stocks amid concerns over raging inflation and rising interest rates. The index closed the week just above a new 2022 low and well below its 50 DMA and 200 DMA.

    In addition to lifting interest rates this year, the Federal Reserve is also likely to begin unwinding its massive $9T balance sheet by up to $95B/month starting next month, according to minutes from the last FOMC meeting.

    Concerns over rising interest rates and an increasingly uncertain global economic backdrop have sent many stock prices falling sharply in 2022.

    Raging inflation and the ongoing war in Eastern Europe continue to concern investors in the near term.

    The S&P 500 index is trading well below its 200 DMA and is edging closer to a new Long-Term downtrend. The index remains in a Long term uptrend (for now) but is now in a Position downtrend.

    10 out of the 11 S&P 500 sectors closed in negative territory last week.

    When another change in the trend of the S&P 500 index is detected, we will alert our members!

    Our Market Trakker alert system will keep you advised of the current broad U.S. stock market trend. When we detect a change in the major Long-Term trend, our members will be notified by email (and inside The Robinson Report) along with details on how we are responding.

    Stay tuned!
    Jerry Robinson

    LONG-TERM TREND

    Long-Term Trend for Long-Term Investors

    LONG-TERM TREND
    (Confirmed Uptrend)

    5/13/22… The S&P 500 Long-Term trend remains in a confirmed Long-term uptrend based upon our trading system. When our Market Trakker system detects a change in the underlying Long-Term Trend in the S&P 500, this page will be updated and all current members will be alerted by email.


  • Market Trakker Charts – Updated Every Weekend

    S&P 500 Index – Daily Chart

    Updated: 5/13/22


    S&P 500 Index – Long-Term Trend (Monthly) Chart

    (Long-Term Uptrend – Detected 8/14/20)
    Updated: 5/13/22


    S&P 500 Index - Long-Term Trend Chart


    S&P 500 Index ETF (SPY) – Position Trend (Weekly) Chart

    Updated: 5/13/22


    Percent of S&P 500 Stocks Above 200 DMA

    (Measures market participation)
    Updated: 5/12/22



    U.S. New Highs-New Lows

    (Gauges internal trend momentum)
    Updated: 5/13/22



    NYSE Bullish Percentage Index

    (Measures market participation)
    Updated: 5/13/22



    S&P 500 Index – P/E Ratio

    (Current P/E valuation of S&P 500)
    Updated: 12/3/21



    Mean: 15.95
    Median: 14.87
    Min: 5.31 (Dec 1917)
    Max: 123.73 (May 2009)
  • Market Trakker Resources

    Read/Download User Guide

    Read/Download User Guide


    Precious Metals Trends

    View Precious Metals Trends/Charts


    Video Trend Alerts

    Latest Video Trend Alert

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