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Post Brexit US Stock Trade Technicals

Post Brexit US Stock Trade Technicals

SHORT-TERM (today and 5 days out) As of this writing it's difficult to ascertain as to which side of the significant 2026.25-32.50 region the market opens.An open below maintains a heavy collapse dynamic for the day, 1992.75 in reach and able to contain session weakness. Breaking 1992.75 allows 1953.50 by the closing bell. Overall, asettlement today below 2026.25 indicates the...

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Are Vertical Spreads all they are Cracked up to be?

Are Vertical Spreads all they are Cracked up to be?

One of the new buzz words in the option industry is the vertical spread.  Although they’ve been around for as long as option trading, popularity of the strategy has been on the rise due to historically challenging market volatility and a more sophisticated trading community. Option buyers look to vertical spreads as a means of lowering their cost and risk of a particular trade.  Similarly,...

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The Big Weather Rally In Natural Gas

The Big Weather Rally In Natural Gas

Since Natural Gas futures made a multi-year low in March 2016 at 1.611, we have seen a strong rally to 2.786 (as of June 23, 2016). Weather has played a big role during the rally. The breakdown to the multi-year low was the result of warmer temperatures during the winter which led to less use of Natural Gas for heating homes and businesses. The rising prices we have seen since March have...

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Brexit Vote Unlikely to Rescue British Pound

Brexit Vote Unlikely to Rescue British Pound

Our chart of British Pound futures shows why we don't expect the Brexit vote to produce a drastic change in the value of the currency regardless of the decision. Although the Pound could break in either direction from its present area, the Elliott wave patterns for both scenarios suggest the next move will not be large. Even so, traders might find areas to watch for a turn near the levels we...

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Why the Average Person Should Own Some Gold & Silver

Why the Average Person Should Own Some Gold & Silver

Ability is of little account without opportunity. Napoleon Bonaparte   We live in a world where the main driving force behind this illusory economic recovery is hot money and data manipulation.  According to Government stats, inflation is nonexistent, but anyone with a grain of grey matter understands that this is not the real case.  Rents, education and medical costs are soaring, and...

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Could Brexit Trigger A Domino Affect?

Could Brexit Trigger A Domino Affect?

With the UK- EU vote pending, the questions remain on what will happen. No matter which way the vote goes, I don’t think anyone knows what the end result will be for the UK or the EU. As the debate continues,   my thoughts turn to one the UK’s finest exports, The Clash. “Should I stay or should I go now? Should I stay or should I go now? If I go there will be trouble An' if I stay it will be...

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Weather Gives and Then Takes Away in Grain

Weather Gives and Then Takes Away in Grain

Last Friday June 17 saw corn prices achieve new highs for the year at 449.0 new crop futures (Dec16). The bean market not to be undone rallied 30 cents. The main culprit for the rally was weather. Hot and dry conditions were predicted for the remainder of June and into July. Talk of La Nina replacing El Nino in the Midwest resulting in hotter and drier conditions in July and August had been...

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Brexit And The British Pound

Brexit And The British Pound

The Brexit vote is approaching and the British Pound is moving.  Here’s the important price levels that traders need to know. Click here to watch a video explaining how to read markets using volume at price. British Pound futures (6B #F) have been rallying and have reached resistance at 1.4674 – 1.4771.  A break above this zone would signal a bullish shift and target a move higher to next...

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Chart Of The Week: DB Agriculture Shows Some Promise

Chart Of The Week: DB Agriculture Shows Some Promise

The DB Agriculture fund tracks a proxy of actual soft and hard commodities and not the stocks which represent them.  In this fund we'll find weightings of cattle, corn, beans, meal, sugar, coffee, wheat and other grains that are a nice representation of goods.  Trading in the individual names can be tricky and require some experience and expertise.  However, an aggregate such as the DBA...

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Are You Making any of These 3 Trading Psychology Mistakes?

Are You Making any of These 3 Trading Psychology Mistakes?

Many traders with aspirations of becoming a great trader fail because they blow their trading psychology. Let's take a look at 3 of the worst mistakes traders make with respect to trading psychology, and what to do instead. Mistake #1 - Ignoring Trading Psychology Until it is too Late This one is really easy to do, especially since most people think trading is all about the trade setup and...

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