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DECEMBER 3, 2007
Stocks: Curb Your Enthusiasm
S&P's Mark Arbeter believes the S&P 500 may be in for a critical test of its recent lows

NOVEMBER 19, 2007
Stocks: Too Early to Jump Back In
S&P's chief technical analyst thinks it may take some more time for major indexes to trace out a bottom

NOVEMBER 12, 2007
Arbeter: Searching for a Bottom
After breaking down last week, the S&P 500 index might find a floor near summer lows. But there's still no support for the dollar

NOVEMBER 12, 2007
Arbeter: Searching for a Bottom
After breaking down last week, the S&P 500 index might find a floor near summer lows. But there's still no support for the dollar

NOVEMBER 5, 2007
Arbeter: Time to Head for the Hills?
S&P's technical strategist says action in financial-sector indexes and bond yields has serious implications for the overall stock market

NOVEMBER 5, 2007
Arbeter: Time to Head for the Hills?
S&P's technical strategist says action in financial-sector indexes and bond yields has serious implications for the overall stock market

NOVEMBER 1, 2007
Arbeter: Risk Rising for Stocks
S&P's technical strategist cites "frothy" equity market conditions and says crude oil could hit $100 before seeing a major correction

OCTOBER 29, 2007
Financial Stocks: What the Charts Say
Recent trading action indicates that some of the major financials may have gone through a capitulation

OCTOBER 29, 2007
Financial Stocks: What the Charts Say
Recent trading action indicates that some of the major financials may have gone through a capitulation

OCTOBER 22, 2007
Arbeter: Keep Your Eye on Financial Stocks
S&P's technical strategist says the ability of issues in the beaten-down sector to hold their mid-August lows will be a key factor for the overall market

OCTOBER 22, 2007
Arbeter: Keep Your Eye on Financial Stocks
S&P's technical strategist says the ability of issues in the beaten-down sector to hold their mid-August lows will be a key factor for the overall market

OCTOBER 15, 2007
Are Bulls Getting Ahead of Themselves?
The rise in speculation and bullish sentiment may have a lot to do with the aggressive moves by the Fed

OCTOBER 15, 2007
Are Bulls Getting Ahead of Themselves?
The rise in speculation and bullish sentiment may have a lot to do with the aggressive moves by the Fed

OCTOBER 8, 2007
Stocks: The Bulls Come Out to Play
S&P thinks that the rally in bonds is over, and funds will move back to stocks as bullish sentiment increases

OCTOBER 1, 2007
Stocks May See a Short-Term Pullback
S&P says that major indexes often retreat to key support areas following a strong breakout

SEPTEMBER 24, 2007
Stocks Break Through
The S&P 500 has passed through a zone of heavy chart resistance and is in good shape to extend its recent gains

SEPTEMBER 19, 2007
Stocks: A Fed-Fueled Breakout
With market sentiment turning more favorable, S&P thinks equities could register nice gains by the end of the year

SEPTEMBER 17, 2007
An Uphill Climb for Stocks
Major indexes face tricky resistance levels on the upside as sentiment indicators are turn more bullish

SEPTEMBER 10, 2007
Stocks: A Tricky Road Higher
Major indexes face a fair amount of overhead resistance, which could cause continued volatile trading

SEPTEMBER 4, 2007
Stocks: A Tricky Call
Does recent price action point to an intermediate-term bottom -- or are major indexes still gyrating?

AUGUST 27, 2007
Stocks: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
We're still looking for some price testing of the recent lows, and then we think the market can once again start to head higher

AUGUST 27, 2007
Stocks: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
We're still looking for some price testing of the recent lows, and then we think the market can once again start to head higher

AUGUST 20, 2007
A Massive Reversal or Long Live the Fed
The markets are not out of the woods yet, but the Fed cut has probably put at least a short-term floor under the market

AUGUST 20, 2007
A Massive Reversal or Long Live the Fed
The markets are not out of the woods yet, but the Fed cut has probably put at least a short-term floor under the market

AUGUST 13, 2007
Can Stocks Hold the Line?
The S&P 500's ability to hold support around 1430 in this volatile environment would be a victory for the bulls

AUGUST 9, 2007
Stocks Enter the 'Black Hole'
The S&P 500 has entered a zone where there is little support or resistance, while sentiment has turned bearish quickly

AUGUST 7, 2007
Stocks: In Search of a Bottom
S&P's Mark Arbeter details some potential support levels for equities amid the current wave of volatility

JULY 30, 2007
A Key Test for Stocks
If the S&P 500 falls through support in the 1440 to 1465 range, things could get very ugly, very quickly

JULY 30, 2007
A Key Test for Stocks
If the S&P 500 falls through support in the 1440 to 1465 range, things could get very ugly, very quickly


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