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DOW 30 stocks – what are they saying about the markets?

DOW 30 stocks
Stock Monthly  ChartComments
MMMExtremely OversoldHas moved deeper into the oversold ranges since our last analysis (Nov 30 Market update)
AXPExtremely Overbought
AAPLExtremely OverboughtPlenty of room to pull back before it moves into the oversold ranges
BAOversoldVery close to moving into the extremely oversold ranges
CATOversoldVery close to entering the extremely oversold Zone
CVXOverbought
CSCOExtremely overboughtRelatively new Bearish MACD crossover
KOExtremely oversoldHolding up nicely and trending upwards. Dow players can use pullbacks to open positions
DISOversoldCould make for an interesting long term play
DWDPExtremely oversold50-52 ranges could be a good place to nibble at the stock
XOMOversoldMACD’s in Bearish crossover
GSOversoldMACD’s in Bearish crossover, likely to hit  160-165 before a bottom is in place Nov 30 market update. The stock traded in the above ranges and then bounced higher.   The 160-165 ranges could be a good place to nibble at the stock.
HDExtremely oversoldEntering into the seasonally bullish period; 160-163 ranges are a good place to nibble at this play.
IBMExtremely oversoldPattern is improving
INTCOverbought
JNJOversoldHolding up very well, trending higher. A test of the 120 ranges without closing below this level on a monthly basis will be a bullish development
JPMOverbought
MCDExtremely oversoldUnusually strong, trending upwards. Ideal entry points for an initial position 160-162
MRKNeutralStrong pattern
MSFTInsanely overboughtBearish MACD crossover,  potential shorting candidate for risk takers
NKEInsanely overboughtBearish crossover in progress
PFEOverbought
PGExtremely oversoldBullish MACD crossover, and solid pattern
TRVExtremely oversold$110 better; a good place to nibble
UTXOversoldClose to trading towards the extremely oversold ranges
UNHOversoldMoving towards the extremely oversold ranges, but the pattern is stable, the next bullish crossover could lead to an explosive move
VZNeutralBullish MACD crossover in progress should  continue trending to new highs
VInsanely overboughtBearish MACD crossover, good shorting candidate for risk takers
WMTOversoldMoving towards the oversold zone. 84-86 good place for a nibble
WBAInsanely oversoldBullish MACD crossover, pattern improving.

The Dow 30 stocks should be signaling all is not well, but?

We have three more stocks for a total of 18 that are now trading in the oversold to extremely oversold ranges since the last analysis. It, therefore, seems highly unlikely that the markets will crash under such conditions. The best plan, therefore, should be to switch the TV off as listening to the talking heads can only be viewed as a healthy thing if you like taking a hammer to your head. 

Listen to music, watch a movie, read a book, and sip on your favorite drink. For when it is all said and done, which by the way it never is, for if this were true, the talking heads would keep quiet and focus on the phrase “silence is golden”.  I digress, so when it is all said and done, these talking heads bring nothing new to the table; their best gift is to regurgitate verbal vomit and try to market it as something new.

Mass Psychology clearly advocates that stock market crashes are nothing but long term buying opportunities.  Pull up a long term chart and you will be forced to arrive at the same conclusion.  The Big player’s game strategy is to get individuals to focus on words such as bear market, crash, and end of the world, etc.; in doing so, the crowd focuses on the tree and forgets the forest.

Courtesy of Tactical Investor

Random Views on the Dow 30 stocks

Dow 30 Stocks: 2019 Comparative Performances And Prospects By Grant Henning, Ph.D.

Summary
2019 year-to-date, share-price-percentage gains for all 30 DJIA stocks.
Comparative 2019 dividend offerings for all 30 DJIA stocks.
Comparative 52-week momentum by relative strength, bounce/lag momentum, and regression residual methodologies.
Ranked summative prospects for Dow 30 stocks.
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This is a special contribution article by Prof. Grant Henning based on his published research on the BLM technical theory. The model and comments are expressly based on his own proprietary methodology and forecasts.
Comparative Analysis of Dow 30 Stocks
There is generally high interest in the performances of the 30 large-cap stocks comprising the Dow Jones Industrial Average. This is because these stocks are perceived as low risk, highly liquid, reliable holdings for long-term investors, pension funds, endowments, and hedge funds. Added to their promise of steady, low-volatile growth, is the prospect of dependable dividends. These benefits make these stocks ideal holdings for large-scale, low-risk investors.
Aggressive individual stock traders often shy away from these stocks because of the perception that such stocks are unlikely to produce the same high levels of growth that are available through some more volatile small-cap and micro-cap stocks. However, it will appear below that this perception is not always accurate. Clearly, some Dow 30 stocks do outperform many smaller cap stocks on the other major indices. Full Story


Dow Jones Stocks To Buy And Watch In April 2019

After a blistering two-month start to 2019, the Dow Jones industrials slowed its pace in March. But there are clear winners — and losers — at the end of the first quarter of 2019. Among the Dow Jones stocks, a number of members are in or near buy zones, including blue chip stock Apple (AAPL) and chip giant Intel (INTC).
Boeing (BA) was the top-performing Dow Jones stock through February with a scorching return of over 36%. But Boeing stock gave up its leadership mantle when it plunged over 13% in March, in the wake of the Ethiopian airplane crash.
Cisco Systems (CSCO), International Business Machines (IBM), United Technologies (UTX) and Apple are the top four performers through the first quarter.
On the downside, the bottom three stocks through the first quarter are Walgreen Boots Alliance (WBA), Pfizer (PFE) and Coca Cola (KO). Since the start of the year, the three Dow Jones stocks are down 7.4%, 2.7% and 1%, respectively.
Year to date, the Dow Jones industrials have gained 11% through March after trading mostly unchanged for the month. The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite and S&P 500 index are up 16.5% and 13.1% through the March 29 close, respectively. Full Story


The 5 Best Dow Jones Stocks to Buy Now

Despite all the pundit noise and hate, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is still a wonderful place to find great stocks and big-time dividends. The thirty Dow Jones stocks are still powerhouses in their respective fields and feature enviable moats, large cash flows and big-time profits. With the Dow 30, you really are getting the top dogs of America’s economic landscape.
There’s a reason why nearly $20.2 billion still sits in the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (NYSEARCA:DIA), and that’s because the index remains a pretty solid collection of blue-chip stocks.
But not all thirty stocks in the Dow Jones index are big buys at the current moment. Some — be glad you didn’t buy General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) when it was still in the Dow 30 — are actually lousy to purchase in today’s market.
With that in mind, here are five of the best Dow Jones stocks to buy right now! Full Story

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Market Update Stocks (Current price updated every 15 minutes)
SymbolEntry DateEntry PriceCurent PricePositionComments
HTLDJun 201917.1116.33Open1/3rd of a position 17.401/3rd at 18.90 and 1/3rd at 15.05
HAMar 202120.0513.62Open1/3rd of a position 24.90 and 1/3rd at 15.20.
CRSMar 202138.1741.87Open1/3rd at 38.34 and 1/3rd at 38.00.
FISVMay 2021106.73100.35Open1/3Rd of a position at 114.20 and 1/3rd at 99.27
BWXTMay 202158.4960.79Open1/3rd of a position 64.20, 1/3rd at 58.45 & 1/6th 47.10
AYXJul 202168.4240.44Open1/3rd 83.87, 1/3rd at 68.60 and 1/3rd at 52.80
LDOSAug 202190.33109.49Open1/3rd of a position at 96, and 1/3rd at 84.65. Sold half in may at 110.75 for a gain of 22%. Place a stop at 90.00
COUPAug 2021167.1361.15Open1/3rd at 249 and 1/3rd at 219.45, 1/3rd at 110.00 and 1/3rd at 90.10
TFSLOct 202116.8413.79Open1/3rd at 19.74, 1/3rd at 16.79 and 1/3rd 14.01
MGNIOct 202121.0310.68Open1/3rd of a position 26.04 1/3rd at 20.70 and 1/3rd at 16.35
KMBDec 2021131.2136.01Open1/3rd of a position
RGLDJan 202298.55110.67Open¼ of a position. Sold half at 144.30 in Mar for a gain of 46%.
KJan 20226273.07Open¼ at 63.10 and ¼ at 60.90. Place a stop at 60.00. Sold half at 73.50 in May for a gain of 18.5%
AMDFeb 2022107.6670.27Open¼ at 114, ¼ at 108 and ¼ at 101.
CPBFeb 20224352.99Open¼ of a position.
MSFTFeb 2022272.91245.12Open¼ at 300.60, ¼ at 281.05, ¼ at 257 and ¼ at 253
ASANFeb 20224513.51Open¼ at 57.00, ¼ at 43.20 & ¼ at 34.80
FIVNFeb 202289.164.43Open¼ at 96 and ¼ at 82.20
VALEApr 202214.3716.76Open¼ of a position at 15.84 and ¼ at 12.90
WMTMay 2022128.75149.89Open¼ at 133 & ¼ at 124.50
HALOJul 202244.0456.38Open¼ of a position
APDJul 2022237312.1Open¼ of a position
CFFNFeb 202111.68.29Open1/3rd at 12.40, 1/3rd at 11.22& 1/3rd at 11.19
BHEMar 202127.0228.09Open1/3rd at 28.98 and 1/3rd at 25.05.
TRIPMay 202136.9719.02Open1/3rd of a position 43.80, 1/3rd at 39.06 and 1/3rd at 28.05
MOMOAug 20217.95.74Open1/3rd of a position 12.80, 1/3rd, 9.60,1/3rd at 4.90 and 1/3rd at 4.40
CHPTDec 202116.3610.89Open1/3rd at 20.40, 1/3rd at 16.80, and 1/3rd at 11.90
GPNFeb 202212797.65Open¼ 136.90, ¼ at 126.00 & ¼ at119
HIMXFeb 202210.116.96Open¼ 10.27 and ¼ 9.96
GBTCMar 202223.18.76Open¼ 25.80 and ¼ 20.40
ETHEMar 202214.26.47Open¼ at 19.10 and ¼ 9.30
MJMar 202118.955.67Open1/3rd 20.55 and 1/3rd at 17.35.
TLTAug 2021130.85106.95Open1/3rd 145.80, 1/3rd at 131.20, 1/6th at 115 and 1/6th at 116.10
SAAAug 202126.5522.4Open1/3rd at 27.60 and 1/3rd at 25.50
TMFSep 202121.79.59Open1/3rd at 27.06, 1/6th at 17.10 and 1/6th at 15.60
ULOct 202153.151.17Open1/3rd of a position.
AFRMNov 202190.611.97Open1/3rd at 122.40, 1/3rd at 98.40 and 1/3rd at 51.00
WTWNov 2021224.16246.8Open1/3rd at 232.50, 1/3rd at 224 and 1/3rd at 216.00
XRTDec 202178.3264.93Open1/3rd at 91.50, 1/3rd at 83.25 and 1/3rd at 61.50
FINXJan 202226.819.45Open1/4th at 31.50, ¼ at 28.50 and ¼ at 20.40.
SGOLJan 202217.1116.97Open¼ of a position
TQQQFeb 202242.1520.82Open¼ at 56.10, ¼ at 45.00, ¼ at 41.50 and ¼ at 26.00
DEAFeb 202219.2515.24Open¼ at 20.20 and ¼ at 18
VZMar 202248.5736.89Open¼ at 51.55 and ¼ at 45.60
URAMar 202221.3719.49Open¼ position 23.30 and ¼ at 19.45
XBIJul 202273.580.59Open¼ position
BIBJul 20224859.35Open1/5th of a position
  Market Update Options (Current price updated on Mondays and Fridays)
SymbolEntry DateEntry PriceCurent PricePositionComments
IBM230120C00170000Mar 20212.80.19Open1/3rd of a position 4.50 and 1/3rd at 1.11. Sold half at 2.10 for a loss of 25%
KMB240119C00120000Jun 202217.721.63Open¼ of a position
VALE240119C00013000Jul 20222.93.45Open¼ of a position at 15.84 and ¼ at 12.90
QCOM240119C00125000Jul 202225.422.27Open¼ of a position
AAL230120P00010000Apr 20215.10.12Open1/3rd of a position
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