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By Mark DeCambre

Published: June 30, 2018 2:25 p.m. ET

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Acampora says emerging-market stocks have been flashing red

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Prominent market technician Ralph Acampora is growing increasingly concerned about recent moves in the stock market, notably in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Acampora, a pioneer in the field of chart-based trading, said that the primary utility of reading charts is a “risk management” function, and what he’s observing currently suggests that the bullish dynamic in equities may be unraveling.

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“I sell when major support levels are broken…. take a look at Caterpillar as an example…The Dow Industrial broke a near-term support yesterday—this is getting uglier action” he said. Moving averages and other technical patterns can help analysts determine bullish and bearish momentum in an asset.

Industrial giant Caterpillar Inc . CAT, -1.80% saw its shares enter bear-market territory on Monday, defined as a decline of at least 20% from a recent peak (see chart below). Shares of Caterpillar were down 0.4% in Tuesday afternoon trade.

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Bearish action in Caterpillar comes as investors worry that a tit-for-tat global trade spat between the U.S. and trading partners in China, Europe, Canada and Mexico could morph into a full-blow trade war, with the potential to dent global economic growth.

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