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January 2015

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Martha Stokes: How to Avoid Whipsaw Swing Trades

by Martha Stokes

Comparing Quantity, Volume, and MACD Indicators One common dilemma for swing, momentum, or velocity trading is the whipsaw trade. Often the popular indicators such as MACD, Stochastic, Bollinger Bands® or other Price and Time indicators show a strong buy signal... Read More 

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Fingraphs: Web Interview tomorrow with Chip Anderson

by Jean-Francois Owczarczak

Dear Readers, Tomorrow, Saturday 31st January, we will have the opportunity to discuss our methodology and current market trends live with Chip Anderson during his regular “ChartWatchers Live!” Saturday webinar. Please see the invitation link below: https://attendee.gotowebinar... Read More 

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Tom Mclellan: Dollar Is Wandering Off Track

by Tom McClellan

It is widely believed among economists and currency analysts that currency values follow the relative interest rates. We are told, “Money goes where it is treated best”, and so the currency which offers the best interest rate will attract the most capital... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle- January 28, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Closed short SPX on 12/10/14 at 2026.14= gain 2.37%. Short SPX 12/5/14 at 2075.37. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Gold ETF GLD long at 173.59 on 9/21/11 Timers Digest reported the Ord Oracle number 9 in performance for one year updated December 17... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter - January 26, 2015

by Gene Inger

Desperation - is a term I used to describe the market's tenacity in the wake of the ECB's move on Thursday, which managed to keep the markets up in the presence of a strong Dollar and alternating (subsequently weaker) Brent (and WTI) Oil market... Read More 

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Fingraphs: Stream the markets with FinGraphs' MyMosaics

by Jean-Francois Owczarczak

What an unconvincing start to a year “ending in 5” (usually one of the best in the decennial pattern)... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: Identify Bottoms Early

by Martha Stokes

Buy Zones Of the Dark Pools Technical Traders have the advantage over fundamentalists in terms of being able to buy low and sell high... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle - January 22, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Closed short SPX on 12/10/14 at 2026.14= gain 2.37%. Short SPX 12/5/14 at 2075.37. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Gold ETF GLD long at 173.59 on 9/21/11 Long Term Trend monitor purposes: Flat Above is the NYSE intermediate term volume momentum oscillator... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter - January 20, 2015

by Gene Inger

Euro-panic or salvation - are perceived as 'on the table' for the new week. In reality, neither 'plate' will likely be the immediate outcome, but indigestion will likely be served both to players chomping at the upside or panicking with shake-outs... Read More 

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Tom McClellan: The 18% Recession Threshold

by Tom McClellan

Last week I wrote about how big federal deficits are good for the stock market. They are bad for total indebtedness that we are leaving for our grandchildren to deal with, but they are great for stock market investors... Read More 

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FinGraphs: Through the floor - 1.20 EUR/CHF is history

by Jean-Francois Owczarczak

Naturally as a Swiss citizen, I need come back on the historical move by our Swiss National Bank yesterday. The decision to drop the 3.5 year old 1.20 floor took the market by surprise and is fuelling widespread criticism in Switzerland and around the world... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: Other Financial Markets Impact Stocks Unexpectedly

by Martha Stokes

Other Financial Markets Impact Stocks Unexpectedly Relational Analysis™ Reveals Why Why did J.P. Morgan Chase & Co... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle- January 14, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Closed short SPX on 12/10/14 at 2026.14= gain 2.37%. Short SPX 12/5/14 at 2075.37. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Gold ETF GLD long at 173... Read More 

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Jack Steiman: Bullish No Longer Looking Bright

by Jack Steiman

The market looked powerful prior to Monday's open. However, about an hour before the open, the futures started falling fast, allowing for a flat bell ring. It didn't go well from there for the bulls as the market began to fall harder and harder as the day went along... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter - January 12, 2015

by Gene Inger

A sort of 'indecision pattern' - may be a weekly interpretation prevailing at 2015's first week's end (along with a late fade as desired Friday); while most internals suggest there is a bias to sell the rallies more than buying any dips... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: How to Determine Point Gain Potential For Selling Short Support Level Strength Defined By Market Participant Groups

by Martha Stokes

The support level strength in a stock chart is defined by the Market Participant Groups that created the sideways action. A critical determination in whether a stock has low risk or high profit potential, is to calculate the Point Gain Potential for the stock... Read More 

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Fingraphs: The GREXIT EURO Bluff

by Jean-Francois Owczarczak

Happy New Year to our readers and our best wishes for 2015. The recent buzz over a potential Greek exit from the Eurozone (GREXIT) has only confirmed our several recent contributions advocating prospective Dollar strength over the next few months and quarters... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle - January 6, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Closed short SPX on 12/10/14 at 2026.14= gain 2.37%. Short SPX 12/5/14 at 2075.37. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Gold ETF GLD long at 173... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter - January 5, 2015

by Gene Inger

'Old acquaintances be forgot' - may indeed be the theme song for a New Year just starting. In fact, most analysts already buried their logic that was their dependency on the Federal Reserve 'money-printing' boost to levitate the markets, for much of the year just past... Read More 

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Tom McClellan: Euro Is Ripe For An Upturn

by Tom McClellan

The slide in the value of the euro currency in 2014 was epic, and it makes me leery about wanting to catch a falling knife. But there are 3 big clues that an upturn for the value of the euro is coming... Read More