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Reduce Risk: Trade TSLA On A Short Timeframe

Reduce Risk: Trade TSLA On A Short Timeframe

Timeframe is a very important concern for a trader.  This is especially true for markets like the one we are in the midst of now.  Things change on a dime and we are making trading decisions and not investing ones.  As a trader, you do not want to be at risk for any significant period of time.  So, as an options trader, your expirations have to dovetail with this approach. Take TSLA for...

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Where's The Bottom? Time to Buy AAL Now

Where's The Bottom? Time to Buy AAL Now

Hey lovely traders, friends and students from around the world. What a massively exciting, challenging and volatile last few days. The vast majority of the companies are down and down hard and many are wondering ‘where’s the bottom’ and what are some good buys and not good byes.  One stock in particular, I’ve had my eyes on since early May. I really didn’t not think AAL would sell off this...

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Don't Forget About Crude Oil - Technical Levels for Week of 6.27.16

Don't Forget About Crude Oil - Technical Levels for Week of 6.27.16

SHORT-TERM (today 5 days out) For Monday, both 46.74 and 48.22 can firmly contain intraday activity, beyond which the next notable level is expected intraday. Upside today, pushing/opening above 48.22 signals 49.07, able to contain session strength. A settlement today above 49.07 indicates 50.72 within 1-2 days, able to contain strength through the balance of the week and the level to settle...

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Guru George Lindsay: A Stock Low Is Due

Guru George Lindsay: A Stock Low Is Due

     The 20th century market guru, George Lindsay, explained that, no matter how long a bear market lasts, there is usually an obvious low 13 to 14 months after the previous bull market high (in this case, May 2015). This 13-14 month low is important even though it may not be the low of the Basic Cycle. 13-14 months is the time span of a long Basic Decline.  “Not just any secondary top or...

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Market Sentiment: Taking Sides at Extremes

Market Sentiment: Taking Sides at Extremes

Market sentiment is all over the place.  While many have been sidelined in this market to await news on Fed policy (two weeks ago) and the result of the 'Brexit' vote (last week), we have seen an interesting divergence of opinion about market direction and sentiment.  The bulls have dug in their heels looking for more upside and new all-time highs, while the bears have done just the same,...

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After Brexit: What Comes Next?

After Brexit: What Comes Next?

When you’ve got nothing you’ve got nothing to lose. --Janis Joplin That was some ride Thursday and Friday. The markets had been making a nice little bump on the prospect of British voters deciding to remain inside the European Union. US equities were up, looking like they might finally make a new high. Gold was off a little, as you would expect when uncertainty was driven out of the market....

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