Mark J Lundeen

Mark J Lundeen Articles

Not much new with the stock market this week. With the market advancing that isn’t bad news. Last week the Dow Jones closed at new all-highs on each day, but did so only on Tuesday this week. Still on a weekly basis, the Dow Jones found...
The Dow Jones Index this week closed at new all-time highs for each trading session, with Friday’s being the 70th new all-time high since last November’s election. That’s 70 of the 240 NYSE trading sessions since November 8th closing at a...
This week the Dow Jones made two new all-time highs, the 64th and 65th of the past year. And as we’ve come to expect in the current advance, there’s no indication of a market correction, however tiny that may be, to be seen on the horizon...
This week (Monday – Thursday) the Dow Jones Index closed at new all-time highs, with Friday’s close being just a whisker from making it five in a row. Looking at the daily closes for the Dow Jones (Blue Plot below) with its 52Wk High Line...
For the week the Dow Jones closed just 0.03% from its last all-time high (BEV Zero) of just eight trading days ago (September 20th). Well, when a market refuses to go down, there is only one way for it to go – up. Which I believe this...
The Dow Jones Index made seven new BEV Zeros (new all-time highs) in the past two weeks; it can’t make a decent correction if it continues doing that. And that’s one thing this market needs to do – make a decent correction. The Dow Jones...
The Dow Jones Index last all-time high (BEV Zero) was on August 7th, and as for much of the past year, the Dow continues refusing to correct more than just a few percentage points, if that. Come this December, it will be two years since...
The graphic card in my computer committed suicide Monday evening this past week, and I didn’t get it back until Thursday evening. So this article may be a bit short of text and graphic than are my usual outputs. I think I’ll use this as an...
The Dow Jones Index made its last all-time high (BEV Zero) on August 7th - and for the past fourteen trading sessions the Dow moving in tiny baby steps, hasn’t gone further than 2.01% from it.  Following this market is like watching paint...
Here’s the Bear’s Eye View (BEV) for the Dow Jones going back to January 1982, a period of market history that covers the entire August 1982 to August 2017 market advance.
According to the Talmud you should keep one-third of your assets each in land, business interests, and gold.

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