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Did I Answer The Question?

Clearly the bulls and the bears are fighting it out in the trenches now. Today’s market action typifies what happens when these forces collide in an effort to control the trend. Understandably, this volatility has some worried, especially in the context...

Good Signs for the Market

It appears the market likes the consumer confidence rise in Europe and the consumer spending rise in the US. It likes it, no doubt, because the data speaks to better health for the world’s two largest economies, the US and the EU. By the way, if you...

Oh, Where to Begin?

Some days, it is hard to find a starting point; today is one of those days. Do I start with a reaffirmation of a point I have been pounding? … Over the past two years, any equity market corrections have been rare and limited in their magnitude. Notably,...

No Worries, Buy When the Price is Right

Yesterday, the news of Russia building up its forces on the Ukrainian border, along with China telling the world once again it is growing too fast and it needs to slow down, sent the stock market reeling, or so the news told us. This morning, the market...

Geese, Gander, and Buy Low, Sell High

It was quite the day yesterday in the fuel-cell world. How far the mighty can fall when the mighty fly high only on hot air. PLUG fell from the high $11 zone all the way down to just below $6 about as quickly as market gravity allows. Today, it is up...

The S&P 500, Fuel-Cell Stocks, and Putin

As Monday mornings go, this is, well, Monday. Unless it is a holiday, Mondays usually are somewhat of a downer. The first day of the work week also means the weekend is over. Even though I have the best job in the world, meaning I can arrange my time...

A Good Market for Trading

If one is so inclined, one should see the market as teacher these days. Actually, it is always a teacher, but since January, it has excelled in teaching about the relationship between data, price-action, and expectations in the market – on the surface it...

Have a Good Day – I Am

Again, another day and we have another day of normalcy in the market. Funny, but after some 10 years of watching the market day in and day out, I just now, just today, realize what an effect its movements have on me. Okay, so I didn’t just realize that,...

More Change, More Opportunity

Scotland, Iraq, Venezuela, Brazil, Bosnia, Thailand, Ukraine, and just about all of the Middle East have something in common – they do not like the status quo in their country.  In all of the above countries, save Scotland, violent protests or armed...

        
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