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Oil prices dipped into a bear market as natural gas soared on the smallest inventory injection in a decade. Oil prices continue to feel the fallout from the Brexit as it has reduced demand expectations and sent the dollar soaring. Natural gas had seen selling pressure because...
September Crude Oil made an early weak attempt at a rally on Thursday, July 28, 2016, getting up to 42.22 before failing and breaking below the 50 WMA now at 41.61.  Once Crude broke below the 50 WMA it traded down to the low of the day at 41.04.  It wasn’t able reach support...
SHORT-TERM (today and 5 days out) For Thursday, both 2166.75 and 2158.75 can firmly contain intraday activity, beyond which the next notable level is expected intraday. Downside today, breaking/opening below 2158.75 signals 2149.00, able to contain selling through Friday and...
A quick look at this week’s trading makes it abundantly clear: Most of the market players are away on holiday. Chances of being stopped out are higher than usual, as market makers can move the price around, quite easily hitting your stops. Trading is addictive. One of the...
Wednesday’s FOMC didn’t bring any surprises. I don’t think anyone was looking for action from the Fed, and the Fed lived up to that expectation.  But the tone of the Fed’s statement might have turned a bit more hawkish from the previous dovish announcements. The term...
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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...
He who is plenteously provided for from within, needs but little from without.Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe   A key sign of financial health is savings; if one does not have a decent amount of money tucked away for a rainy day, it is a sign that all is not well. Americans...
Retail is contracting, GDP is manipulated, and the United States no longer has any manufacturing. Central bankers are doing everything they can to convince the world that this economy is doing well and that “there’s no problem.” However, every European...
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