This is a Guest Post by @TrendSpider and originally appeared on their TrendSpider Blog.

In this weekend’s weekend analysis using the TrendSpider charting platform, we take a look at the broad market ETF’s ripping to new highs while the biotech ETF continues to lag behind. Is the bearish weekly MACD on biotech a sign of things to come or is the market ready for higher levels as the China trade deal outcome possibly approaches.

Weekend Video Analysis


SPY: Daily vs. Weekly Chart


QQQ: Daily vs. Weekly Chart


XBI: Daily vs. Weekly Chart

 


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By Steve Burns

After a lifelong fascination with financial markets, Steve began investing in 1993 and trading his accounts in 1995. It was love at first trade. After more than 30 successful years in the markets, Steve now dedicates his time to helping traders improve their psychology and profitability. New Trader U offers an extensive blog resource with more than 4,000 original articles, online courses, and best-selling books covering various topics.