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DJ Transportation Average Ishares 163.48 1.2 0.74%
Shipping Guggenheim 19.38 -0.11 -0.56%
DJ US Aerospace & Defense Ishares 124.95 1.62 1.31%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Ultrashort Health Care Proshares 13.21 -0.12 -0.90%
Ultra Health Care Proshares 139.91 1.44 1.04%

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Da Bears Are Getting Crushed

Da Bears Are Getting Crushed

With the market heading higher, and with no sign of exhaustion yet from the bulls, we do not have a reason to think anything but long. We had five consecutive positive, power-filled days for the PowerShares QQQ Trust (ETF) last week with new highs each day and the bulls still going strong into the end of the month with nine consecutive green bars on the daily chart.  Moving forward, we see...

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SPX- What To Expect Next

SPX- What To Expect Next

From the Sentiment Timing Newsletter by Woody Dorsey …  Stocks continued their “slow motion breakout” as expected. The 97% Bullish on 2/17 indicated an excess of optimism and signaled the potential for indigestion. Indeed, the market went nowhere for several days so, “there was no trading edge.”  This illustrates the difference between Qualitative Time vs. Quantitative Time. My timing...

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Why European Financials (EUFN) Is Undervalued And Poised To Rise

Why European Financials (EUFN) Is Undervalued And Poised To Rise

EUFN is an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that tracks the MSCI European Financials Index, an index consisting of developed market equities in the European financial sector. With $374 million in assets and a 3-month average daily volume of 275,000 shares, EUFN has significant liquidity and provides a cost-effective way to gain exposure to financial companies in the European developed markets....

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Weekly Preview: SPX Looking For Confirmation

Weekly Preview: SPX Looking For Confirmation

Last Week The S&P 500 cash index (SPX) closed at 2096.99 last Friday, up 41.52 points for a net weekly gain of 2%, continuing a strong rally from the beginning of the month. The large-cap index has broken out of a medium-term range-bound pattern that extends back to November, 2014. What we're looking for now is confirmation that the break-out is real, and not the kind of nasty head-fake...

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The Week Ahead For The QQQ And The Spy

The Week Ahead For The QQQ And The Spy

Last week the market got back to 2014 levels with big gains for all major market indices. The S&P 500 was up 2%, the DJIA up close to 1%,  and the latter tested the 18,000 area for the first time since last year. Oil prices bottomed and started to climb. The question is: Will the market continue higher? A look at the major market indices might give us a clue as to where the market will...

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Oil, QE, Europe, And ETFs

Oil, QE, Europe, And ETFs

It is difficult to watch the market day in and day out and not pay attention to the plight of oil. This reality kindles in me a spark of compunction, a sense of regret that I, writing daily about the market movement, am compelled to write about oil. Actually, my reality is such that I must write about not only oil, but the other headlines that might, or might not, actually be the underlying...

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SPX: A Touching Demonstration Of Misplaced Faith

SPX: A Touching Demonstration Of Misplaced Faith

Alice laughed: "There's no use trying," she said; "one can't believe impossible things." "I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."                                                            – Alice in Wonderland. Maybe it is a...

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SPX: The Fed To The Rescue … Again

SPX: The Fed To The Rescue … Again

The S&P 500 mini futures (ESH5) got the oversold bounce we were predicting yesterday, thanks to what has become the “new normal” – an unofficial and sometimes covert intervention from the Federal Reserve anytime the market shows signs of faltering. Yesterday it was a closed-door presentation by Fed Chair Janet Yellen to a group of congressional Democrats indicating that there will be no...

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Time To Start Looking Short?

Time To Start Looking Short?

Last week, I said it was time to start looking long.  The actual turn date, which was identified in December, was January 15th, which marked the exact low. Since last week’s article for TraderPlanet (click here), the SPX has rallied some 60 points. Not bad for a quick trade. But now, is it time to start shorting? The answer to that question all depends on your time frame. If you are a quick...

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The Bears Are Coming For Gold

The Bears Are Coming For Gold

For the last few years, radio and TV ads have tooted gold's horn as a safe investment and a hedge against yet another stock market crash. According to one particular commercial, this impending crash is a matter of when, not if.   While gold is often touted as a fear trade, history shows its usefulness seldom extends beyond  that of an effective hyperinflation hedge.  In a world still warding...

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

To adjust the period and scale of the chart, use the "slider" bar which appears underneath the Volume histogram frame. If the slider frame is not appearing, you may need to adjust the 'Zoom' view of your internet browser or adjust your screen resolution to a lower resolution.

By dragging the start and end arrows of the slider bar to the left and right, you can easily adjust the date range.

Features planned for Phase II will include a selection of chart types and a technical indicator library with the ability to define a custom date range for the chart data.

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