Top Advisors Corner

October 2015

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COT Data For Gold At Topworthy Level

by Tom McClellan

There has been a rapid movement over the past few weeks by commercial traders of gold futures to increase their net short position as a group. That is a development which has importance for the future of gold prices... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle October 28, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Sold on 10/5/15 at 1987.05; gain 2.28%. long SPX on 9/22/15 at 1942.74... Read More 

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Market Hangs In Well Despite Lack Of A Rate Hike...Pessimism Waning But Still Solid For The Bulls...

by Jack Steiman

Once again the fed sent a not so great message with her refusal to raise rates. She not only refused to raise a whopping quarter of a percent now but she said she may not raise when they meet again in December... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: Bollinger Bands %B Oscillator

by Martha Stokes

Using %B with MFI Indicator Many traders use Bollinger Bands to help them find compression patterns for momentum breakout trading strategies. Bollinger Bands are one of the most reliable and flexible channel indicators for Momentum Trading... Read More 

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4900 Nasdaq...2030 to 2050...Battle Zones For Both Sides....Earnings Poor Overall.....

by Jack Steiman

The battle zone levels have been established. The Nasdaq at 4900 or the mid point of the double bottom range and 2030 to 2050 on the Sp 500 or the two hundred day exponential moving average and down trend line... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle October 21, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Sold on 10/5/15 at 1987.05; gain 2.28%. long SPX on 9/22/15 at 1942.74. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Flat Long Term Trend monitor purposes: Flat The chart above is the two hour chart of the SPY... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter October 19, 2015

by Gene Inger

A returning 'spell' of illiquidity - was thought on-tap to bode poorly for S&P and broad market behavior; without bears being spooked until Halloween... Read More 

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Tom McClellan: McClellan Oscillator Interpretaion

by Tom McClellan

We have learned a lot about the behavior of the McClellan A-D Oscillator since my parents, Sherman and Marian McClellan, brought it to the public back in 1969... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: Stock Indicators

by Martha Stokes

Volume Bars Analysis It used to be that price was the most important indicator on a stock chart. Most stock indicators, market breadth indicators, and sector indicators are based solely on price and time due to the importance weighted on price action in the past... Read More 

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Jack Steiman: Pessimism Unwinding Gradually...Earnings Weigh Early...1950-2030 SPX Range For now...

by Jack Steiman

After a run up off the 1,870 lows area the market started to show some hesitation the past couple of sessions and our sense was the market wanted to see what earnings season was going to bring to the table... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle October 14, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Sold on 10/5/15 at 1987.05; gain 2.28%. long SPX on 9/22/15 at 1942.74. Monitoring purposes GOLD: Flat Long Term Trend monitor purposes: Flat The SPY pulled back today and closed below the last two lows... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: Candlestick Charts

by Martha Stokes

How to interpret Island Gap Patterns Island Gaps on candlestick charts occur when price is adjusted ahead of the market open. The change of price usually occurs during pre-market activity, as much as 3-4 hours ahead of the open. Gaps are caused by the following: 1... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: How to interpret Island Gap Patterns

by Martha Stokes

Island Gaps on candlestick charts occur when price is adjusted ahead of the market open. The change of price usually occurs during pre-market activity, as much as 3-4 hours ahead of the open... Read More 

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Gene Inger: The Inger Letter October 9, 2015

by Gene Inger

The transition driving markets - continues reflecting schools of thought that reflect competing analytical views of 'what drives the stamina'... Read More 

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Tom McClellan: Zweig Breadth Thrust Signal

by Tom McClellan

Technicians have a lot of versions of a “breadth thrust” signal, and the basic idea is that the Advance-Decline numbers suddenly go from not so good to REALLY good in a short amount of time... Read More 

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Tim Ord: The Ord Oracle October 7, 2015

by Tim Ord

Monitoring purposes SPX: Sold on 10/5/15 at 1987.05; gain 2.28%. long SPX on 9/22/15 at 1942.74... Read More 

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Jack Steiman: Pessimism Still Very High.....Bulls Enjoying The Negativity Off The Lows.....Earnings Time Is Upon Us....

by Jack Steiman

Pessimism Still Very High.....Bulls Enjoying The Negativity Off The Lows.....Earnings Time Is Upon Us.... When markets get overly optimistic, meaning too many bulls, they have a tendency to struggle, even if it takes a while before they go down appreciably... Read More 

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Martha Stokes: Identify Stocks Bottoming Formations Earlier

by Martha Stokes

Detrending Price Oscillator Indicator for Bottoming Patterns One of the crucial requirements for swing and day traders is the ability to identify the commencement of a bottom in a stock chart candlestick pattern. This offers two huge advantages to the technical trader. 1... Read More