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Weekly ETF Market Evaluation & MAXLIST Review – Feb 18 2024

I’ve recently reviewed the stock market, focusing on ETFs across various industry groups and notable companies like Apple, Amazon, Google, Netflix, and Microsoft, featured on our MAXLIST. This review aimed to highlight the significance of investing in these leading names while noting some cautionary signals.

The analysis observed a tendency for significant investment in growth stocks, contributing to the market’s overall upward trend. However, it also pointed out some concerns, especially among small cap stocks, suggesting a more cautious approach for investors. Stocks such as Apple, Amazon, Google, and Visa showed fluctuating market behaviors, emphasizing the importance of close monitoring of volume and price actions to navigate market volatility effectively.

Further analysis using weekly and daily charts indicated potential selling pressure, especially in the fluctuating patterns of major stocks like Apple, Amazon, Alibaba, and Google. Despite these concerns, not all findings suggested caution; for example, Microsoft demonstrated a positive trend with an increase in volume, hinting at growth potential.

On the other hand, Netflix’s inconsistent market behavior suggested caution, while Nvidia, with its stable base and trend, appeared as a potential buying opportunity. This range of observations underscores the need for careful evaluation of stock trends and volume patterns.

In summary, my review of the market, including ETF trends and individual stocks on the MAXLIST, suggests adopting a careful and informed investment strategy. This approach, emphasizing the need to monitor stock trends and market behavior closely, aims to guide investors towards a more secure and potentially successful investment experience.

Always – Always – Always conduct your own review before initiating any trades. Never simply take our word for it; not only do mistakes happen, but our risk tolerance may not be the same as yours. Never treat the Key List as a “buy list” or a tip service. We are first and foremost an educational service; please always do your own research and trade with care!

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