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MEM TV: Capitulation Signals for a Market BOTTOM

In this episode of StockCharts TV‘s The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen reviews the negative shift that’s evolved over the past week in the market and highlights key signals of capitulation you should be watching for. She then shares the move into Value stocks she’s seeing as heavy selling hit well known stocks – Google, Meta and Microsoft.

This video originally premiered April 19, 2024. Click here or on the above image to watch on our dedicated MEM Edge page on StockCharts TV.

New episodes of The MEM Edge premiere weekly on Fridays. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.

If you’re looking for stocks to invest in, be sure to check out the MEM Edge Report! This report gives you detailed information on the top sectors, industries and stocks so you can make informed investment decisions.

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