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1 Question You Should Ask About Twitter Now $TWTR

1 Question You Should Ask About Twitter Now $TWTR

Who is going to buy out TWTR. Great question! One I get at least once a week.  Honestly, I do not think FB will be allowed to buy TWTR. You know, with all of the  anti trust, monopoly laws that America rightfully has.  Recently, insights came out that Microsoft would purchase LNKD for 32 Billion. That’s a huge number and is currently larger than TWTR’s market cap is only at 10.14 Billion....

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Crude Oil -Tricky Trading Requires Solid Technical Levels

Crude Oil -Tricky Trading Requires Solid Technical Levels

SHORT-TERM (today 5 days out)For Monday, the 48.93 formation can contain weekly selling pressures, above which 52.06 is expected by Friday's close, the 57.00 handle attainable within several weeks. Upside today, 50.20 can contain session strength, while pushing/opening above 50.20 allows 51.23 intraday. A settlement today above 50.20 indicates 52.06 within 2-3 days where Crude should top out...

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Volatility Kicking Up Again: Seen This Movie Before

Volatility Kicking Up Again: Seen This Movie Before

Friday's risk off day was certainly one we have not seen in a few weeks.  Bulls have had the advantage of late, and any spike in volatility was sold down.  Take a look at the VIX chart and you'll see the last two spikes prior to Friday (to 16 and then 17) were pulled down sharply by the end of the day.  Yet, some fear seemed to seep in as we headed to the weekend.  Was it warranted? I'm not...

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Fed Focus: Gold Market Upside Is Limited From Here

Fed Focus: Gold Market Upside Is Limited From Here

Our focus on the weekly Commitments of Traders report can usually be summed up in the Disaggegated Commitments of Traders (COT), Options and Futures Combined Positions report. This is the simple version of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s endeavors to provide transparency in our markets. This report breaks the market down into four categories, Producer/Processor, Swap Dealers,...

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Beware: Any Stock Rally This Week May Be A Bull Trap

Beware: Any Stock Rally This Week May Be A Bull Trap

A relief rally doesn’t seem ‘required’ after such a short sell-off but short-term metrics point to a bounce in the immediate future.  One of my favorite indicators, the VXV/VIX Ratio, is well into buying territory – so much so (below its lower Bollinger Band) that it will probably require a positive divergence prior to a tradable low.  Beware any rally this week as it may be a bull trap! The...

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S&P 500: Don't Get Trapped By the Fake-Out

S&P 500: Don't Get Trapped By the Fake-Out

The S&P500, the index of large-cap stocks, made a new high for the year last week, briefly touching 2120 before falling back to close at 2096.07, a couple of points below last week’s close and the close two weeks ago. The index has been bumping against the high side of a very long and very large consolidation area that extends back about 18 months and covers about 250 points, from...

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100% Trading Confidence - Using Fibonacci & Market Flow

Are you tired of leaving money on the table by entering and exiting trades at the wrong level? Fibonacci support and resistance provides traders easy to read buy and sell areas. Any trader who has spent time with Fibonacci analysis knows this.  However, most traders lack confidence in their analysis which causes them to not place orders at the appropriate time and price. Nexgen software has...

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Crude Oil Vulnerable To More Profit-Taking Friday

Crude Oil Vulnerable To More Profit-Taking Friday

July Crude Oil made a new high during the night session for Thursday, June 9, 2016 reaching 51.67 before a dark Mario Draghi speech on the European economy sent the US Dollar higher and motivated traders to take some profits.   This sent price to the lows of the day at 50.23 as US traders took over the day’s trade. Thursday’s US session saw a tight range as price traded between the low and...

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Viacom Inc. (VIAB) – A Value Play on the Rising Global Demand for Entertainment Content

Viacom Inc. (VIAB) – A Value Play on the Rising Global Demand for Entertainment Content

Over the last 12 months, shares of U.S. media companies, according to Morningstar’s Diversified Media Index, are down by an average of 11%, underperforming the S&P 500 by 15%, due to: 1) lower-than-expected traditional advertising revenue growth stemming from increasing shifts to online and mobile spending, 2) investors’ perception of higher original programming expenditure requirements,...

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Beat Fed Uncertainty With The Silver Market

Beat Fed Uncertainty With The Silver Market

Don’t look now but June is here – the long awaited month where the all-powerful Federal Reserve will answer the question of the year – will they or won’t they? Just a few short weeks ago – investors and pundits seemed fairly confident that June’s Fed meeting would be a non-event. The dollar was weak, the “risk on” vibe was dominant. Then a slew of economic data in May, followed by some...

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