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Name Last Change Percent Links
DJ Transportation Average Ishares 151.3 -0.52 -0.34%
Shipping Guggenheim 20.63 0.05 0.24%
DJ US Aerospace & Defense Ishares 107.66 -0.29 -0.27%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Energy Select Sector SPDR 90.61 -1.16 -1.26%
S&P Natural Resources North Amer Ishares 44.8 -0.56 -1.23%
Oil Services ETF Market Vectors 49.61 -0.68 -1.35%
Dynamic Oil & Gas Services Powershares 25.32 -0.23 -0.90%
Solar ETF Guggenheim 40.75 -0.8 -1.93%
Canadian Energy Income Guggenheim 15.21 -0.16 -1.04%
SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Equipment & Services 40.25 -0.68 -1.66%
SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Prod 68.89 -2.21 -3.11%
Solar Energy ETF Market Vectors 77.92 -1.93 -2.42%
Global Alternatve Energy ETF Market Vectors 59.61 -0.89 -1.47%
Energy Bear 3X Direxion 16.3 0.61 3.89%
Ultra Oil & Gas Proshares 72.82 -1.87 -2.50%
Global Wind Energy First Trust 11.49 -0.03 -0.26%
ISE Revere Natural Gas First Trust 17.91 -0.42 -2.29%
Energy Alphadex First Trust 25.89 -0.39 -1.48%
Energy Bull 3X Direxion 96.05 -3.66 -3.67%
S&P Global Nuclear Energy Index Ishares 36.28 -0.06 -0.17%
DJ US Oil & Gas Ex Index Ishares 86.96 -1.7 -1.92%
DJ US Oil Equipment Index Ishares 66.42 -0.99 -1.47%
S&P Global Energy Ishares 43.88 -0.3 -0.68%
DJ US Energy Ishares 51.57 -0.63 -1.21%
Coal ETF Market Vectors 17.1 0.01 0.06%
Global Clean Energy Powershares 12.89 -0.15 -1.15%
S&P Global Clean Energy Index Ishares 10.86 -0.08 -0.73%
Wilderhill Progrsv Energy Powershares 29.85 -0.43 -1.42%
Ultrashort Oil & Gas Proshares 43.63 1.06 2.49%
Dynamic Energy Explor & Prod Powershares 33.41 -0.51 -1.50%
Dynamic Energy Powershares 58 -1.31 -2.21%
S&P 500 Energy Equal Weight Guggenheim 81.49 -1.17 -1.42%
Energy ETF Vanguard 131.14 -1.66 -1.25%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Ultrashort Health Care Proshares 17.96 0.15 0.84%
Ultra Health Care Proshares 108.47 -0.66 -0.60%

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High Risk For the Bulls: SPX Rally To 2,010

High Risk For the Bulls: SPX Rally To 2,010

Last week, I mentioned the Dow (Dow Jones Industrial Average) was trading within a bearish wedge and could drop 1000 points. It is one third of the way to that 11,200 target, if that pattern does play out.But if history is our guide, then the gap left open on the SPX (S&P 500 index) at 2010 will be filled before any meaningful drop starts. So, even though the bigger picture pattern is...

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Natural Gas Breaks Out

Natural Gas Breaks Out

If you can stomach the risk of an inherently risky market, natural gas futures are in the process of breaking out from a platform base. What's more, a lack of any technical resistance overhead heightens the probability of follow-through buying in the coming weeks. Chart Picture I didn't add any indicators to this chart because the price action alone tells the story. From July through...

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How To Take Advantage Of High Frequency Trader Price Action

How To Take Advantage Of High Frequency Trader Price Action

Recognizing the High Frequency Trader HFT footprint on a stock chart, presents ways for individual traders to use the candlestick patterns created to their advantage. HFT orders are algorithms which are computer programs that are automated, and occur at speeds on the millisecond scale. Therefore traders will find their orders have been front run by the HFTs, if they try to enter after an HFT...

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SPX: They Won't Ring A Bell At The Top

SPX: They Won't Ring A Bell At The Top

My sense is that a great many speculators are simultaneously imagining some clear exit signal, or the ability to act on some “tight stop” ... History teaches that the market doesn’t offer executable opportunities for an entire speculative crowd to exit with paper profits intact. Hence what we call the Exit Rule for Bubbles: you only get out if you panic before everyone else does. --John...

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Europe's Big Bazooka? Not Yet, But It’s Coming

Europe's Big Bazooka? Not Yet, But It’s Coming

Well, so much for the Big Bazooka.  Through last week, European banks had only borrowed €82.6 billion of the €400 billion that ECB President Mario Draghi had pledged to make available via his Targeted Longer-Term Refinancing Operations (“TLTRO”). If you need a refresher, you can re-read “Draghi’s Big Plan,” which I wrote in June.  But here’s the abbreviated version: Draghi’s TLTRO program...

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We Cannot Will The Market To Meet Our Needs

We Cannot Will The Market To Meet Our Needs

Patience is a virtue, but in these markets we are in the land of instant gratification.  We wanna get paid and then step aside before the fall.  That of course is market timing, something traders ultimately meet with failure.  Why is that?  Because you have to be right in getting in/out/in/out over and over again.  Nobody can time it right perfectly, and when you are out of the market how...

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The Outperformance In Burlington Stores Isn’t Over Yet

The Outperformance In Burlington Stores Isn’t Over Yet

Shares of Burlington Stores (BURL), a $3 billion off-price apparel retailer, are up 24.06% year to date. This compares to the S&P 500’s (SPX) and the SPDR S&P Retail ETF’s (XRT) 8.11% gain and 0.45% decline in 2014. On September 9, Burlington Stores reported Q2 EPS of -$0.01 vs the -$0.09 estimate (haven’t missed EPS estimates in the four quarters as a publically traded company)....

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Bearish Wedge: Could The Dow Drop 1000 Points?

Bearish Wedge: Could The Dow Drop 1000 Points?

One of my favorite patterns to follow, are bullish and bearish wedges. They are very easy to follow and when you combine the target line, you have a very good idea of where it may be heading. When placing a target line on a wedge, you want to break the pattern up into 5 waves. The target line would be where you draw the line from the top of wave 1 and the bottom of wave 4. It really is a...

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Time To Cover Short Euro Position

Time To Cover Short Euro Position

I've been bearish on the euro (versus the dollar) since late July. [Editor's note: see Burba's previous TraderPlanet stories on the euro July 29th and August 19th). Key Points Although there could be some more downside before the downtrend in this market ends, I feel less comfortable advising anyone to be short here. I base my stance on two points. The first is the proximity to a substantial...

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The Floor and Ceiling Change, But The Wall Remains The Same

Here we go again … Another crisis of confidence, even as the penultimate geopolitical event unwinds from open hostility to verbal aggression. Russia and Ukraine seem to be moving toward some sort of pact that will bring some peace to that region. So what? That news is so last week anyway. How about that China, then? Seems it never loses its power to contribute to the constant wall of worry...

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For Phase I of Markets re-design, we are introducing simple OHLC bar charts with a volume histogram.

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