On the weekend I read a lot of financial websites calling the pullback on Friday, the top in the market rally. With quite a few analysts now calling the stock markets as overvalued I am reminded of what I wrote last week about “don’t believe the bears”. The rally has further to go but the unemployment report “bothered” a lot of investors and we also saw the price of crude tumble. More on that is below.
The weekly outlook for the second week of October asks the question, “are stocks overvalued?”
This week ahead outlook for the second week of October is longer than usual at 2300 words. It will need 8 pages if printed. It has quite a few trading ideas as well as the general outlook for the week.
The weekly outlook reviews the past week to predict the next week of the stock market outlook for both the S&P and the NASDAQ indexes.
Second Week Of Oct 2017 Stock Market Outlook
The Outlook includes:
- Stock Market Direction Outlook
- Stock Market comments
- Market Directional trade ideas
- investor sentiment indicators
- general trading tips and strategies to consider
- the support levels in both the S&P and NASDAQ to be aware of
- Other sectors to focus trades in
- Some specific stocks for trading
The Week Ahead article is for FullyInformed Members.
Stock Market Outlook – The Week Ahead For The Second Week Of Oct 2017
Internal Stock and Option Trades Links
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