Turning Point Analytics utilizes a time-tested, real-world strategy that optimizes the clients entry and exit points and adds alpha. TPA defines each stock as Trend or Range to identify actionable inflection points.
In the short run, the market is a voting machine, but in the long run, it is a weighing machine. – Benjamin Graham
S&P 1500+ DAILY SNAPSHOT COMMENTS & CHARTS Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Todays TPA Trend-Range Report included below. TPA Trend-Range Strategy explained below.
Links for Explanations of Technical terms at the bottom of the report
LFUS fell below its 2-year and 22-month uptrend lines in January. LFUS was up 225% from its March 2020 lows to its November 2021 highs. Chart 2 and the zoom chart reveal that LFUS has established a pattern of lower highs and lower lows since the November 2021 break=downtrend. The longer-term chart shows that long-term support is far below Tuesdays close; 24% lower.
RRG analysis puts LFUS firmly in the Lagging quadrant, displaying poor relative strength and momentum.
LFUS Littelfuse Inc. 257.8900 Stop = 273.3634 Target = 195.9964
LFUS – zoom
LFUS 4 years
Relative Rotation Graphs (RRG) explanation video
RRG written explanation
TPA TREND-RANGE STRATEGY (see explanation below)
TPA TREND-RANGE REPORT (New and improved!)
TPA TREND-RANGE STRATEGY EXPLAINED
- Uptrend stocks trading below short term moving averages:
- Possible buy at uptrend support (chart 1)
- Possible sell if medium-term trend break (chart 2)
- Downtrend stocks trading above short-term moving averages
- Possible sell at downtrend resistance (chart 3)
- Possible buy if medium-term trend break (chart 4)
- Range stocks (low trend strength) at the top or bottom 10% of their 2 STD DEV Bollinger Band
- Possible buy at bottom of range (chart 5)
- Possible sell at top of range (chart 6)
Medium-term Trend Strength determined by DMI ADX
Uptrend trend strength & DMI+ > DMI-
Downtrend trend strength & DMI- > DMI+
Range low trend strength
Actionable stocks fit one of the 6 TPA charts at the bottom of this report
TPA looks first to Trend-Range for actionable ideas. Other variables must also be examined including, but not confined to, TPAs ongoing macro investment themes, relative strength compared to the market, sector, and subsector, overbought or oversold characteristics, other technical patterns that may exist, patterns that involve fundamentals or EPS surprise, longer-term support and resistance levels, and longer-term uptrends and downtrend lines.
CLICK ON LINKS BELOW FOR TECHNICAL INDICATOR EXPLANATIONS:
ASCENDING – DESCENDING TRIANGLE
DIRECTIONAL MOVEMENT INDEX (DMI)
MACD-MOVING AVERAGE CONVERGENCE-DIVERGENCE
RELATIVE STRENGTH & PEER STOCK PERFORMANCE
SUPPORT, RESISTANCE, BREAKOUT, BREAKDOWN
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ALWAYS REMEMBER: No strategy exists in a vacuum always evaluate the relevant sector & market.
Over 80% of portfolio performance is determined by sector and market forces (Ibbotson & Kaplan study January/Febuary2000)
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Jeff Marcus founded Turning Point Analytics (TPA) in 2009 after 25 years on trading desks and 13 years as a head trader to provide strategic and technical research to institutional clients. Turning Point Analytics (TPA) provides a unique strategy that works as an overlay to clients’ good fundamental analysis. After 10 years of serving only large institutions, TPA now offers its research services to mid and small managers, RIA’s, and wealthy sophisticated individuals looking for a way to increase their returns and outperform their peers.
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