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Gold Will Soar: Driven By Largest Currency War Ever Seen

Gold Will Soar: Driven By Largest Currency War Ever Seen

  Is The Gold Bull Down For The Count? The person who lives by hope will die by despair.Italian Proverb Over the years we have frequently stated that every that every major bull market will experience at least one back breaking correction. Usually the correction culminates with a 50% pullback from the highs. In the case of Gold, this would equate to a pullback to $960.  The precious metal’s...

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Trade The Open: 4 Charts Show You How

Trade The Open: 4 Charts Show You How

Conventional wisdom tells us to avoid trading in the first few minutes that a market opens. The action is often volatile and seemingly unpredictable. May people wait for the first 15 minutes to pass to let the market “show its hand”. In this article, we are going to discuss an opportunity that occurs very close to the open; in some cases, giving a trade entry in the first minute.  This...

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Warning: These Indicators Can't Predict Future Price

Warning: These Indicators Can't Predict Future Price

The Failure of Single Time-Frame Analysis Based Indicators to Have Any Predictive Value In Assessing Market Direction. Indicators that only utilize price action on your trading chart to create their plots are notoriously bad for predicting the future movement of financial instruments. It does not matter if you are examining an oscillator, MACD or volume based indicator, like...

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Indicators For Stock Market Correction Or Bear Market

Indicators For Stock Market Correction Or Bear Market

Indicators for a Stock Market Correction or Bear Market List of Why Leading Indicators Are Needed for Selling Short   The Stock Market Downtrend has changed dramatically in terms of how price moves in the past decade. This is due to numerous changes to the Market Structure for the sell side. There are now more Market Participant Groups, venues, speeds of execution, and order types for the...

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When Does “Long-Term” Investing Become Short-Term?

When Does “Long-Term” Investing Become Short-Term?

We often hear the term “long-term investor” when presented with the idea that in order to succeed in the markets one must have a sufficiently long time horizon. If you listen to financial advisors, or the talking heads and hosts on financial TV, you’ll often hear them utter something on the order of “long-term investors should not fear a sell-off in XYZ shares,” or “this pullback in XYZ is a...

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Tanger (SKT): A Bargain For Income Investors

Tanger (SKT): A Bargain For Income Investors

  Why Tanger Factory Outlet Centers (SKT) Is a Bargain for Income Investors With global interest rates still near record lows (the German ten-year yield is at 0.8%, while the U.S. ten year yield is at 2.3%, income investors face a difficult time finding meaningful yields in bond products or high-dividend stocks without taking substantial risks.  Should inflation unexpectedly rise later this...

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New Era For US Stocks: Adapt Or Die

New Era For US Stocks: Adapt Or Die

It is no secret to investors that we are living in unprecedented times. At no time in history have so many governments around the globe engaged so actively in the printing of money to counteract and essentially monetize away the effects of the glut of debt that led to the 2008 global financial crisis. This wave of liquidity has in turn distorted markets in a way that has made navigating...

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Livestock Report: More Fireworks for Burgers?

Livestock Report: More Fireworks for Burgers?

Live Cattle Numbers tend to Taper off as Summer Wears On. Here is How Investors can CapitalizeWhile you’re tossing those steaks and burgers on the grill, you might want to consider how that meat can not only feed your picnic dwellers, but potentially put money in your pocket.Like most commodities, the cattle market has longer term fundamental and cyclical factors that if recognized, can...

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Jesse Livermore’s Pivotal Point: Ugly Duckling Buy Set-up

Jesse Livermore’s Pivotal Point: Ugly Duckling Buy Set-up

In last month’s column I discussed the rise of what I call the “Ugly Duckling” buy set-up where we seek to buy a stock not as it makes news highs, but instead as it begins to round out the lows of a potential new chart base or consolidation. I also showed examples of stocks like Lannett Company (LCI) and CyberArk Software (CYBR) which had strong moves coming off the lows of pullbacks and...

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Chart Warns S&P 500 Could Be Near Short-Term Top

Chart Warns S&P 500 Could Be Near Short-Term Top

The S&P 500 (SPX) had a pretty interesting week in the run-up to the Memorial Day holiday. It made a new all-time high at 2134.72, and it closed Friday at 2126.06, the first time it has managed to close above the high set in April. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the range for the week was extremely narrow — roughly 14 points, which is hardly a decent range for a single day —...

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Day Trading Without Charts – Volume Profile In Action

Day Trading Without Charts – Volume Profile In Action

When most people hear about day trading without charts, it conjures up images of other feats of derring-do –boxing with one arm tied behind your back, tightrope walking blindfolded, and bringing a knife to a gunfight all come to mind. Are we discussing a feat possible only by the fearless few, or is it possible that Day Trading Without Charts is something that is quite straightforward? The...

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The Life-Cycles of Stocks Part 3: IPO Flame-Outs

The Life-Cycles of Stocks Part 3: IPO Flame-Outs

With this, the third and final installment of articles discussing the “life-cycles” of stocks, we delve into the phenomenon of “IPO Flame-Outs.” These stocks might be considered the James Deans, Jimi Hendrixes, and River Phoenixes of the equity markets; brightly shining, rapidly rising young stars that live “life in the fast lane” and die early deaths, sometimes ignominiously so. Unlike...

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The Importance Of Follow Through -- Be Patient

The Importance Of Follow Through -- Be Patient

Many of us are trained to look for tops and bottoms and game the markets accordingly.  For the most part, this is the way our brains work; yet, intuitively speaking, that is just the wrong approach.  Finding tops and bottoms is generally a loser's game, but following through after seeing a top/bottom take place can be the most lucrative profit opportunity.  Our minds think in terms of...

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The Life-Cycles of Stocks Part 2: Apple (AAPL)

The Life-Cycles of Stocks Part 2: Apple (AAPL)

In Part 1 of this series, we looked at Tesla Motors (TSLA) and its current life-cycle and noted that often times. the stocks of the best companies can have several life-cycles of growth and decline throughout their history. These are generally companies that are able to re-invent themselves time and time again with newer and ever more innovative products and services that drive new product...

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