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Name Last Change Percent Links
DJ Transportation Average Ishares 152.56 -2.25 -1.45%
Shipping Guggenheim 21.66 -0.44 -1.99%
DJ US Aerospace & Defense Ishares 109.13 -1.61 -1.45%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Energy Select Sector SPDR 92.41 -1.38 -1.47%
S&P Natural Resources North Amer Ishares 45.87 -0.77 -1.65%
Oil Services ETF Market Vectors 50.56 -0.92 -1.79%
Dynamic Oil & Gas Services Powershares 25.72 -0.5 -1.91%
Solar ETF Guggenheim 42.29 -1.33 -3.05%
Canadian Energy Income Guggenheim 15.75 -0.45 -2.78%
SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Equipment & Services 41.34 -0.93 -2.20%
SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Prod 70.11 -2.19 -3.03%
Solar Energy ETF Market Vectors 79.9 -3.82 -4.56%
Global Alternatve Energy ETF Market Vectors 61.1 -1.28 -2.05%
Energy Bear 3X Direxion 15.42 0.67 4.54%
Ultra Oil & Gas Proshares 76.02 -2.28 -2.91%
Global Wind Energy First Trust 11.89 -0.05 -0.42%
ISE Revere Natural Gas First Trust 18.61 -0.71 -3.67%
Energy Alphadex First Trust 26.47 -0.53 -1.96%
Energy Bull 3X Direxion 102 -4.76 -4.46%
S&P Global Nuclear Energy Index Ishares 36.42 -0.58 -1.57%
DJ US Oil & Gas Ex Index Ishares 89.01 -1.96 -2.15%
DJ US Oil Equipment Index Ishares 67.71 -1.34 -1.94%
S&P Global Energy Ishares 44.89 -0.54 -1.19%
DJ US Energy Ishares 52.88 -0.8 -1.49%
Coal ETF Market Vectors 17.78 -0.29 -1.60%
Global Clean Energy Powershares 13.24 -0.17 -1.27%
S&P Global Clean Energy Index Ishares 11.18 -0.11 -0.97%
Wilderhill Progrsv Energy Powershares 30.98 -0.52 -1.65%
Ultrashort Oil & Gas Proshares 41.99 1.2 2.94%
Dynamic Energy Explor & Prod Powershares 33.99 -0.76 -2.19%
Dynamic Energy Powershares 58.55 -1.88 -3.11%
S&P 500 Energy Equal Weight Guggenheim 83.22 -1.44 -1.70%
Energy ETF Vanguard 133.77 -2.14 -1.57%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Ultrashort Health Care Proshares 17.51 unch unch
Ultra Health Care Proshares 110.36 -1.29 -1.16%

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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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Is Gold Going Up Or Down?

Is Gold Going Up Or Down?

Since the summer of 2013, gold has been tracing out a large consolidation pattern, registering lows at and above 1179 and highs at and below 1434.  A break from this consolidation pattern is likely to carry prices to one of the next zones of large degree support or resistance, depending on the direction of the break.If price continues to move lower, as is the near-term direction, the next...

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What Does Fed Action Mean For Long-Term Rates?

What Does Fed Action Mean For Long-Term Rates?

Here we go again.  Hand-wringing over the Fed’s tightening schedule has caused a sell-off in bonds and all things income related.  After falling for most of July and August, the 10-year Treasury yield has jumped to over 2.6% on speculation that the Fed may start tightening monetary policy sooner than previously thought. We’ll see. The Fed may indeed start to raise short-term rates as soon...

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Institutional Traders Use Pivot Points: Here's Why

Institutional Traders Use Pivot Points: Here's Why

Back in mid July I wrote that the S&P 500 (SPX) was close to major resistance at the Yearly R1 pivot point at 1990. On July 24 the S&P (SPX) tested 1990 and two weeks later had fallen 90 points (5%) to 1900. How did I know that 1990 would be strong resistance? I knew that the big banks, market makers and Algos all use pivot points. Most professional traders use daily and weekly...

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5 Common Misconceptions About Market Profile®

5 Common Misconceptions About Market Profile®

I was in junior high school the first time I was introduced to Market Profile. My Dad was a grain trader and the hedge manager for Ralston Purina, a huge manufacturer of animal feeds, not to mention the creators of Chex cereals and Rye Crisp crackers. He spoke of a friend, Peter Steidlmayer, who was devising a different way to look at markets. “Any interest in this, son?” Off I went on my...

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Stocks: Use Sentiment To Predict Future Trend Reversals

Stocks: Use Sentiment To Predict Future Trend Reversals

Measuring investor sentiment has always played a big part in my trading. All trend reversals will almost always take place at sentiment extremes. It is just the way the markets work, when too many are bullish or bearish on the stocks, they will have high odds of reversing the trend shortly after. I developed a few short term sentiment models that measure how traders are positioning their...

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Gold Update: Downtrend Still Looks Good

Gold Update: Downtrend Still Looks Good

On September 2 I wrote about an attractive short scenario in gold associated with a breakdown from a large symmetrical triangle formation. That breakdown ended up being pretty decisive. The evidence favors further downside ahead. Technical Outlook Specifically, in addition to the poor price structure, I'm looking at weekly momentum. Take a look at RSI averages at the bottom of the...

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Sixth Anniversary Of Lehman Collapse: Time To Watch Financials

Sixth Anniversary Of Lehman Collapse: Time To Watch Financials

This month marks the sixth year after Lehman Brothers filed for Chapter 11, an act that served as a precursor to market meltdown of October 2008.   Six years later, and despite the amazing recovery for the general market since the market bottomed in 2009, the financials as a sector continues to lag.  Figure 1, the 10-year PerfChart for the S&P Sector ETFs, depicts the Financials (brown)...

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Beyond All Doubt: The Stock Market High Is In

Beyond All Doubt: The Stock Market High Is In

I have two pieces of good news this week (for bears). 1.    You will never again have to read about how the 2011 sideways movement has caused confusion over from which date to count the last basic advance in the 2009 bull market.2.    Even if the sideways movement confusion had not been resolved previously, time has taken care of the any lingering uncertainties.[Editor's note: Read Carlson's...

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Scottish Secession: Look For Buying Opportunities On Any Pullbacks

Scottish Secession: Look For Buying Opportunities On Any Pullbacks

We are officially in uncharted waters.  The biggest macro risk right now for the markets is not the Fed or European Central Bank…or ISIS or even Vladimir Putin.  No, the biggest macro risk is the mood of Scottish voters. Scotland’s referendum on independence from the UK will be held on September 18.  Up until very recently, the polls of prospective voters consistently predicting that the...

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