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Treat Stock Market With Caution: Downside Risk Bigger Than Upside

Treat Stock Market With Caution: Downside Risk Bigger Than Upside

SPX: A market in chains; won’t go up, and not allowed to fall There’s a wonderful jazz tune that talks about “a love that cannot live, yet never dies.” That’s a fair description of the US equity markets these days. The S&P 500 ($SPX), the cash index of large US companies, closed at 2164.69 last Friday, up 25.53 points for a 1.19% net weekly gain. Sounds good, right? But this is a...

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Trading Psychology: The Ghost Of 9/11

Trading Psychology: The Ghost Of 9/11

When three bombs went off in the New York area last week end old memories were triggered. In a consultation one of my clients, a professional New York trader said how the bombings so close to the 9/11 anniversary triggered his emotions of that day 15 years ago as if it had happened today. He, like so many other traders and financial professionals had lost friends and colleagues in 9/11. My...

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Buy Side Institutional Footprint on Stock Charts

Buy Side Institutional Footprint on Stock Charts

How To Get into Stock Early Before Huge Gaps Buy Side Institutions are rapidly becoming the dominant force in the Stock Market. The Sell Side Institutions which are banks and financial services companies, continue to lose market share on the professional side. The opportunity for the largest holders of stock in the world which are the Buy Side Institutions is changing stock chart price...

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Markets To Keep Ripping After The Latest Central Bank Meetings

Markets To Keep Ripping After The Latest Central Bank Meetings

The BOJ is continuing their QE, but will also now be targeting a zero yield on 10-year bonds (they were negative before). They want to steepen the curve.The latest FED and BOJ meeting were no surprise. Yellen and Kuroda did exactly what everyone thought they would. The Fed held rates steady, but claim they plan to hike before the end of the year (ie, December), emphasizing they really mean...

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Why Tiffany & Co (TIF) Will Shine Again

Why Tiffany & Co (TIF) Will Shine Again

The business of luxury goods retailing has been hit by a “perfect storm” of global macro headwinds over the last 2-3 years, despite the absence of a U.S. or European recession. According to Morningstar, luxury retailers’ stock prices are down by over 2% annualized over the last three years, underperforming the S&P 500 by more than 12% on an annualized basis. Even Tiffany & Co (TIF),...

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Is Wells Fargo (WFC), Warren Buffett’s Favorite, a Buy?

Is Wells Fargo (WFC), Warren Buffett’s Favorite, a Buy?

Last week, I spoke about the time for us to finally begin getting greedy when others are fearful as delicious bargains were popping up all over the place. It’s now time to take action. Wells Fargo (WFC), the biggest retail bank by capitalisation is again on sale. Having recently sold out of my large position at its recent peak, I wasn’t sure if I could pick up one of Warren Buffett as well...

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NASDAQ 100 in the final stretch?

NASDAQ 100 in the final stretch?

The NASDAQ 100 Index (symbol NDX) is poking above the range that has kept it constrained for more than a year, but the upward move might not be long-lived. The rangebound consolidation had many of the characteristics we associate with a corrective fourth wave, which suggests that the move out of the range will be the last one in the upward trend. From an Elliott wave perspective, when a...

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Mass Psychology in action; Instead of Selling Gilead it is time to take a closer look

Mass Psychology in action; Instead of Selling Gilead it is time to take a closer look

A little and a little, collected together, becomes a great deal; the heap in the barn consists of single grains, and drop and drop make the inundation. Saadi One should be wary of listening to individuals that claim to be experts especially if they are associated with big investment firms or popular media. In most instances, the word expert is the code word for jackass, and the word sell is...

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Chesapeake (CHK) Drops To Attractive Entry Point

Chesapeake (CHK) Drops To Attractive Entry Point

Energy stocks offer many challenges to investors and traders alike. There are many reasons that investors might be tempted to buy these names: there is the heroic challenge to bottom pick, the sense that anything that has sold off so long and so persistently must, somehow, be “on sale”, and the recent outperformance of recent weeks creates more emotional tension. All in all, this is an...

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Trading Strategies For McDonalds Now

Trading Strategies For McDonalds Now

We've got an oldie, but a goodie on our hands today. It's a stock I've covered a few times in years past. McDonalds! Ticker MCD. I like to call companies like this *said in a thick country accent* “Good ‘ol American blue chip company.” It pays dividends, everyone knows how they make money and they are the biggest fast food company in the world. My set up on it is as follows: If MCD breaks...

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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.