– James F. Taulman, former Editor-in-Chief of the first independently licensed website to offer stock reports and services based on the CAN SLIM® investment system.


Although all the major averages did pullback last week, the market’s current uptrend continued.


“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.”
– Michael Jordan

On Friday, we closed out the month of June and also the mid-way point of the year.

After jumping +1900 points with three straight winning weeks, the Dow Jones Industrial Average recorded its best June in 81 years, closing at 26,599.

The blue chips closed the month up +7.2% and closed out the first half of the year up +14%. This time last year Dow was down -2% for the year.

The Nasdaq added +7.4% on the month, and rose +21% for the first six months of 2019.

Interestingly, the second quarter of 2019 turned out to be very different from the first quarter. In the first quarter, the Nasdaq composite jumped +16.5%, yet it just finished the second quarter with only a +3.6% gain. The China trade war deserves a lot of the blame for the disparity.

After making a new all-time high during the previous week, the S&P 500 closed did rise +6.9% on the month, marking its best June since 1955, and is up +17.4% for the year.

June’s gains came after the Fed opened the door for easier monetary policy later this year. The Fed said earlier this month it will “act as appropriate” to maintain the current economic expansion. This lifted market expectations for a July rate cut. The current rally has been fueled by the possibility of a cut to interest rates.

This week will be abbreviated with the Independence Day celebration occurring mid-week and that has the market closing early on Wednesday at 1PM. Regular trading does not resume until Friday morning.

Last night, U.S. stock-market futures jumped out of the gates after the U.S. and China agreed Saturday to pause their tariff war, indicating likely gains on Monday.

This should be good news for the current rally, which paused last week awaiting the Trump-Xi meeting. However, we will have to see how much investors may question if there’s a real path to a China trade deal.



Last week we had 3 breakouts for our watch lists.

ALLY $30.99 5/26/19 $30.37 6/27/19 $31.89 +2.04%
FCFS $100.02 6/16/19 $100.53 6/25/19 $105.56 -0.51%
CDW $111.00 6/23/19 $108.67 6/24/19 $114.10 +2.14%



I continue to run stock screens on a daily basis searching for high-ranked leaders, with solid fundamentals that are building bullish technical bases. While looking through more than 257 charts this weekend, I added 6 new stocks to our weekly watch list.

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