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Click on the Markets tab on the home page and the first thing you'll see is a report on the current activity in the Dow Jones Industrials, the S&P 500, the NASDAQ index and the Russell 2000.
Next you'll see how the ValuEngine benchmark portfolios and alternate portfolios are performing in the current market climate, and below that, a brief list of undervalued stocks that have been selected by the ValuEngine Stock Valuation Model.
While the Dow, with only thirty stocks comprising the industrial average, does not really reflect the direction of the market, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ give a much wider view of market sentiment. With an increasing share of the nation's GDP coming from entrepreneurs, the Russell 2000 index that contains small and mid cap companies is significant too.
At the top of the blue column on the left are choices that will give you much more detailed information on the market's current direction.
Market movers will show you the most active stocks on the two principal US exchanges and on the NASDAQ. On the right side of the table you'll see the ValuEngine.com proprietary yardsticks; the model price, target price, and momentum rank.
Market distribution calls for a bit of explanation. The bar chart at the top shows both the total of 4333 stocks that are undervalued and the mispricing distribution (both over and undervalued) of these stocks. Next, in the chart below, we see the relationship of the percentage of undervalued stocks to the historic performance of the S&P 500 and to its 12 month forecasted return. The reliability of the ValuEngine Stock Valuation Model is clearly demonstrated here.
Click on Research and the first thing you see is a complete market summary. All the principal US indices are shown here along with many of the sub-indices. Again, on the left you may choose to examine the market by sectors, by industry, or by index. In either an up or a down market, you'll be able to isolate the specific areas of strength or weakness that are driving the whole market in one direction or another.

Alan Smith is a financial journalist and businessman with over 25 years of hands-on experience in both equity and credit markets.His articles have appeared in several western newspapers and in online mortgage information sources. He lives in Stamford.
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