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Yesterday Whoever said markets are not predictable wasn't paying attention to the price manipulation that often paints the tape around the end of each quarter. Every professional in the market knows that largely unjustified rallies are something to expect at the end of the...
To reiterate the high points of yesterday’s forecast, the fast decline in the NQ on Wednesday (3/25) created a speed zone that has very little resistance to rebound action. The reason is that sellers were liquidated in that zone. With few sellers lurking to get out at...
The geopolitical context was to blame for this week's sell-off in the market that basically erased the previous week's gains, placing major market indices back at support level. So, what was the reason behind Monday's rally? Actually, the bounce was expected for many reasons....
Last Tuesday, our headline was “SPX- Hangover Stage Approaching”  It really wasn’t a tough call to make, and the SPX ended up giving all of the gains it made the week before. We are in a very volatile stage and traders are going “All-In or All Out” at the exact wrong times....
This week promises more volatility as it is a short week, more data about the US economy comes out, Greece promises more excitement, and Iran comes to the table with a deal or it does not. Though markets will be closed for the Good Friday public holiday, the Labor Department...
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In trading, position sizes can make the difference between ending the year in the red or the black. This specifically applies to options trading, where there is inherent margin involved —you can basically buy or sell a hundred shares at a fraction of the cost. Proper...
With no break of the 34-dma, and a cycle low due this week, it is beginning to look like the bulk of the expected correction is behind us and DXY will soon begin what is expected to be the last leg of its rally prior to this September. April looks bullish for the dollar with...
Last week The S&P 500 cash index ($SPX) closed at 2061.02 on Friday, down 47 points for a net weekly loss of 2.23%. That's the loss from close to close, but the SPX also moved from a high at 2114 to a low at 2045, a decline of 69 points, before we saw a little bounce on...
The precipitous decline in the NQ on Wednesday (3/25) created a speed zone that the market is now entering from below. The principle of the speed zone is simple – a market that falls quickly can rise just as quickly. This is especially true in futures markets where mean...
We’ve been watching the copper market closely over the last few months because the commercial copper traders had built up a record long position heading into January. The general consensus was clear that commercial long hedgers were taking advantage of depressed prices...
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