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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter- May 28, 2015

by Gene Inger

Repercussions (or lack) - regarding Greece were said responsible for the market's out-of-the-box run (following Europe and futures) early Wednesday... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle - May 27, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Short SPX on close (4/29/15) at 2106.85... Read More 

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Tom McClellan: Crude Oil Leads Bond Yields

by Tom McClellan

What if I told you I could draw you a picture ahead of time for what the future of interest rate movements would look like? That would be a cool trick, no doubt. But that’s exactly what crude oil prices can do for us... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle - May 21, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX; Short SPX on close (4/29/15) at 2106.85. Monitoring purposes Gold: Flat. Long Term Trend monitor purposes: Flat Market is having a hard time moving higher... Read More 

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Fingraphs: GOLD - the FED's reality check

by Jean-Francois Owczarczak

Interesting price action on Gold last week. A few years back, one could have concluded that it was behaving like a risk asset... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter- May 18, 2015

by Gene Inger

Reduced 'capital formation' - is about the last thing the Federal Reserve of course expected after their repeated rounds of stimulus; but is what they got... Read More 

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W.H.C Basetti - On the razor's edge...

by W.H.C. Bassetti

Not everything can be analyzed. But things which are not analysis can be analyzed. This is sort of like known knowns and known unknowns and unknown unknowns -- well, you get the idea. The unanalyzed unknown here is the feeling of danger in the air... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: The Impact of Rotation by Giant Funds

by Martha Stokes

Increasing Risk Of Short Term Topping Rotation is a methodology used by fundamentalist Giant Buy Side Institutions to reduce their portfolio risk factors during weakening earnings seasons and during the summer... Read More 

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Tom McClellan: Consumer Sentiment Still Forecasts Employment Growth

by Tom McClellan

The unemployment rate has not finished falling. That is the message from the data provided by the University of Michigan’s Survey of Consumers. In this week’s chart, I am comparing an inverted plot of the US civilian unemployment rate to the UMich sentiment data... Read More 

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David England: In today's column I answer your question:

by David England

“Hey, Professor! What numbers/levels are you watching before going short?” Great question. First, even though many are calling for a correction, I only trade what I see and not what I think, feel, or smell... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle May 13, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Short SPX on close (4/29/15) at 2106.85. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Flat Long Term Trend monitor purposes: Flat Timers Digest recorded the Ord Oracle #6 in performance for 3 months updated March 9, 2015. The top window is the 10 day average of the TRIN... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter- May 11, 2015

by Gene Inger

This remains a frothy market - regardless of whether the wild process continues past May or breaks... Read More 

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Tom McClellan: Eurodollar COT's Leading Indication

by Tom McClellan

The second half of 2015 could be a problematic time for the US stock market, if this week’s chart is correct... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle- May 6,2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Short SPX on close (4/29/15) at 2106.85. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Flat Long Term Trend monitor purposes: Flat Timers Digest recorded the Ord Oracle #6 in performance for 3 months updated March 9, 2015... Read More 

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Fingraphs: Inflation or Stagflation

by Jean-Francois Owczarczak

Two weeks ago in our latest contribution, we were hoping for continued Dollar strength... Read More 

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Jack Steiman: So Close to Breaking Out

by Jack Steiman

So, yes, we saw yet another failure today when the S&P 500 got back to 2119 and turned south, but it didn't turn south very hard. That's good to see if you're bullish. The market is trying to hold up better on this latest test of the usual 2119 S&P 500 area... Read More