Why You Shouldn’t Buy SP500 Now | Episode 198

By Jason McIntosh | Published 25 January 2024

Trade the Trend is a weekly video focusing on where the stock market is going. It’s for investors and traders looking for technical analysis of the ASX stocks, the ASX200, the SP500, as well as stock markets and commodities markets in general. Jason uses technical analysis of stocks and trend following techniques to help you piece together the world’s biggest puzzle.

Where is the Stock Market Heading?

00:00 Intro

00:50 Is the SP500 rally sustainable? (These indicators say it…)

07:30 US small caps pause (watch for this next)

09:35 This is the ASX 200’s ideal scenario

13:10 Here’s how I’ll be managing my portfolio

Strategy Session Member Content

[16:05] Small Ords hasn’t done this since 2021

[18:50] Why I’m uncomfortable with gold (and what I’m doing)

[24:35] Is it time to get involved in copper?

[25:35] Oil edges higher (watch this level)

[26:00] Will uranium’s smooth up trend turn ugly?

[28:50] Lesson in selling strategy (make sure you understand THIS)

[35:25] Stock 1: Big cap stock breaking out of two year range

[37:20] Stock 2: Recovery play most people don’t know (I like this set-up)

[40:30] Q&A: You won’t know some of these stocks

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Meet Jason

I'm Jason McIntosh, the creator of Motion Trader. My career began in 1991 on the trading floor at Bankers Trust. Nowadays, I trade my own systems from home in Sydney. 
Motion Trader is for investors who value robust analysis, data driven entry and exit signals, commentary, and education. I use engineered algorithms to identify when to buy and sell ASX stocks. No biases or guesswork, just data driven signals.