Where is the Support Line for the Dow Jones

by | May 4, 2012 | Videos, Technical Analysis

In this video, we take a look at the POWER of support lines.  Some support lines will cause changes in your 401(k) if broken. Support lines often act like brick walls, meaning we tend to get a bounce off a support line. And it takes a LOT to break a support line. Here the Dow Jones is approaching the short term support line at 12850. Being a 401-k advisor in Monmouth County, I know that a break would generate a second sell signal in the near term, and also put the Dow Jones closer to a potential spread quadruple bottom at 12700.

Again, it takes a lot to break a support line. This support line for the Dow Jones has been intact going back to last year. It’s also interesting to note this chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average has been negative for eleven weeks now, significantly longer than average. The average weekly momentum in either direction, positive or negative is typically six to eight weeks. In these kinds of settings, we usually experience a bounce. But with markets conditions defensive at the moment, we need to be prepared for both negative market conditions and positive market conditions.

Be prepared one way or the other. And call us for fee-only 401(k) advice at 732-223-9000 if you have questions!

If you are relying on a blog post for specific investment advice, you are making a huge mistake. Please speak with an investment adviser before making ANY investment decisions.
If you do not have an investment adviser, we encourage you to contact Mullooly Asset Management at 732-223-9000, or through our website. Under no circumstances should the content discussed here to be considered specific investment advice.

Past performance may not be indicative of future results. Therefore, no current or prospective client should assume that the future performance of any specific investment or investment strategy will be profitable or equal to past performance levels.

All investment strategies have the potential for profit or loss. Changes in investment strategies, contributions, or withdrawals may materially alter the performance of your portfolio. Different types of investments involve varying degrees of risk, and there can be no assurance that any specific investment will either be suitable or profitable for an investor’s portfolio.

Join our Newsletter


Future-Proof Your Finances

Download the 25-Year Success Strategy

Enter your email & get this free PDF download to help you prepare for the next 25 years.  We will send periodic updates as well. Unsubscribe at any time.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Share This