Larry Connors, Chairman & Founder, Connors Research

About Larry Connors

Larry Connors has over 30 years in the financial markets industry. His opinions have been featured at the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, & many others. For over 15 years, Larry Connors and now Connors Research has provided the highest-quality, data-driven research on trading for individual investors, hedge funds, proprietary trading firms, and bank trading desks around the world.

 

Larry has been published extensively, with titles like How Markets Really Work, Short Term Trading Strategies That Work, High Probability ETF Trading, and The Connors Research Trading Strategy Series including our latest Guidebook High Probability Trading with Multiple Up & Down Days.

The US is on a Short-Term One Way Move

Larry Connors

In what appears to be a coordinated move, this morning’s news of multi-continent quantitative easing is going to take an overbought market and make it even more overbought. The US is on a short-term one way move and it will likely stay like that until a surprise event occurs. Any pullback in the indexes should [Read More]

A Short-Term Pullback is Long Overdue

Larry Connors

The averages masked the internal weakness that occurred yesterday and with the market running up over the past month obviously a short term pullback is long overdue. Any pullback in the indexes should be viewed as short-term buying opportunities. Today’s Potential Opportunities on Further Pullbacks: ETFs: QQQ

The Fed has Made a Concentrated Effort to Control Volatility

Larry Connors

A number of countries which are in bear markets bounced yesterday and now much of the world, especially the US is short-term overbought. Since the bottom in mid-October, the S&P has risen without any type of pullback. If you overlay the 5 period ma onto SPY you will this fact. It’s now gotten into rare [Read More]

Janet Yellen has Done a Masterful Job of Assuring Investors

Larry Connors

The market has now officially gone a month without any meaningful pullback or any signs of being oversold. This is obviously something that rarely occurs but it’s also tied into the fact the Fed (Janet Yellen) has done a masterful job of assuring investors that they would do their best at “managing volatility” through multiple [Read More]

Use any Pullback in the major US Indexes

Larry Connors

The US market remains overbought and due for a short-term pullback. Use any pullback in the major US indexes as an opportunity to buy.

IWM is Actually Slightly Oversold this Morning

Larry Connors

With implied volatility quietly rising the past few days, along with the small pullback in the small-cap stocks, IWM is actually slightly oversold this morning. Because ranges are so tight, it’s only takes small movements to make markets short-term oversold and this occurs when shorter-term volatility gets very quiet as it has been the last [Read More]

Long US/Short the World

Larry Connors

Two very different markets remain out there; the US vs. the rest of the world. US index prices remain relentless. Most of the rest of the world remains in decline with over 35% of the Country Fund ETFs showing ConnorsRSI readings under 25 coming into the day. Until proven otherwise, you go where the money [Read More]

“Never Short a Dull Market”

Larry Connors

And on the 17th consecutive day of the S&P closing above its 5 period moving average the index again closed higher… There is a long standing phrase to “never short a dull market” and we are living through the why’s of this. Until something “exciting” occurs, the path of least resistance remains higher on a [Read More]

Buying Pullbacks Remains the Best Course of Action

Larry Connors

As I mentioned last week and again yesterday, with little to no major news on the horizon, we’ll likely to continue to see a slow climb higher until the market has something concrete to focus on. Buying any pullbacks in the US remains the best course of action until noted otherwise.

Buying any Pullbacks in the US Remains Best Course of Action

Larry Connors

The US market remains slightly overbought while many of the world markets are oversold. With little to no major news on the horizon, we’ll likely to continue to see more days like last week with a slow climb higher until the market has something concrete to focus on. Buying any pullbacks in the US remains [Read More]

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