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Weekly ETF Market Evaluation & MAXLIST Review – Feb 25 2024

In this week’s market evaluation and MAXLIST review, I dove deep into the ETF landscape to uncover some intriguing trends and investment opportunities that caught my eye. As always, I’m here to remind you not to get too carried away chasing those prices and to keep that risk tightly under control. Let’s talk about some of the stocks and sectors that are really showing us something special.

First off, I couldn’t help but notice how ETFs are painting a vivid picture of the market’s current themes, strengths, and weaknesses. It’s fascinating to see technology stocks leading the charge, while sectors like gold and biotech signal a bit more caution on my end. And have you seen those aerospace and defense stocks? They’re shaping up nicely with that classic cup and handle formation.

Now, diving into specific sectors, home-building stocks are on my radar, with ETF growth suggesting some upward momentum. Transportation and midcap stocks are also showing some promising signs, which is always encouraging. On the pharmaceutical front, things are starting to look up, though I’m keeping a watchful eye on oil services with a bit of skepticism.

Semiconductor stocks, represented by tickers like AMD and NVDA, are trending upwards, which is exciting to see. However, solar stocks aren’t sharing the same fate right now. Financial stocks, on the other hand, are flexing their muscles, indicating some robust market strength. And the technology sector, as seen through tickers like AAPL and MSFT, continues to impress on the weekly chart.

When it comes to individual stock holdings and market trends, consumer stocks within XLV are on the rise, while XME, which tracks metals and mining, warrants a cautious approach. Retailing stocks are climbing, which is great, but software stocks seem to lack some of that oomph. And let’s not forget about AMZN, which is showing a really strong trend.

Navigating stock trends and making informed investment decisions is what it’s all about. I always steer clear of stocks that are lagging below their moving averages and keep my eyes peeled for those with good price, volume, and market action. It’s all about investing in stocks that are on a strong upward trajectory and being cautious with those that aren’t quite there.

As for the MAXLIST stock analysis, leveraging these trends can really make a difference in your trading decisions. I can’t stress enough the importance of being cautious with those high-flying, aggressive stocks. Selling into strength and keeping a close watch on price movements has often led me to some profitable trades.

Remember, folks, it’s all about not rushing in. Patience is key; waiting for that perfect entry point can make all the difference. Here’s to making informed and successful trades!

ETFs on our list: ARKG, ARKK, ARKW, BBH, CLOU, ERX, FDN, FFTY, GDX, GDXJ, GLD, HACK, IBB, IBUY, IGV, IHI, IJH, ITB, IVW, JETS, KRE, MDY, OIH, PSJ, QLD, QQQ, SKYY, SLV, SLX, SMH, SOXL, SPY, SSO, TAN, TNA, USO, XAR, XBI, XEC, XHB, XLB, XLK, XOP, XLC, XLE, XLF, XLI, XLP, XLU, XLY, XME, XRT, and XSW. Scanning these ETFs to uncover strength helps us tune in to specific industry groups & sectors.

The MAXLIST Review analyzes the performance of the following companies: AAPL, AMZN, BABA, BIDU, GOOGL, GS, MA, META, MSFT, NFLX, NVDA, SQ and TSLA. We evaluate their strengths and weaknesses in the market and identify the opportunities and threats they face. The MAXLIST consists of leading and influential businesses that have the potential to generate significant returns.

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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