1/12 - MarketWatchers LIVE Recap - 2018 Market Forecast - DP Sentiment Report

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Welcome to the recap of Friday's MarketWatchers LIVE show, your antidote for the CNBC/FBN lunchtime talking heads. Listen and watch a show devoted to technical analysis of the stock market with live market updates and symbols that are hot. You'll find the latest episode here.

Information abounds in our Monday through Friday 12:00p - 1:30p shows, but the MWL Blog will give you a quick recap. Be sure and check out the MarketWatchers LIVE ChartList for many of today's charts. 

Your comments, questions and suggestions are welcome. Our Twitter handle is @MktWatchersLIVE, email is marketwatchers@stockcharts.com and our Facebook page is up and running so "like" it at MarketWatchers LIVE. You'll also find archives of our shows on our Facebook page and YouTube channel. Don't forget to sign up for notifications at the end of this blog entry by filling in your email address. 

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