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April 21, 2018
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This Week's Articles

The Market Message

Bloomberg Commodity Index Testing Its 2018 High, Upside Commodity Breakout Would Signal Higher Inflation, Rising Commodity Prices Push Bond Yields Higher

by John Murphy

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BLOOMBERG COMMODITY INDEX IS NEAR AN UPSIDE BREAKOUT... This week's surge in commodity prices is starting to attract a lot of attention. That's because rising commodity prices are a leading...

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Art's Charts

Three Strike Trend Following with the PPO

by Arthur Hill

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The Percentage Price Oscillator (PPO) is mostly used as a momentum oscillator, but chartists can also use it to define the trend, even the long-term trend. Chartists interested in trend signals can simply ignore the wiggles and the signal line, and instead focus on zero line crossovers. As noted in ChartSchool, the

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The Canadian Technician

Can Financials Soar If Bonds Yield Rise Above 3%?

by Greg Schnell

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Financials have been down and out recently but the last two days they showed some resiliency in the face of broader selling. The Bank Index looks set to turn higher. Widening out the picture, since 2016, the rising rates shown on the $TNX chart have created sudden moves on the $DJUSBK index. I posted an article in Don't Ignore This Chart Friday afternoon with this price chart of the TLT...

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Trading Places

Go Away In May? Not If You Own This NASDAQ 100 Stock

by Tom Bowley

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One of the most over used cliches in the stock market, in my opinion, is "go away in May". First of all, it's simply bad investment advice. Since 1950 on the S&P 500, the May 1st to July 17th period has produced annualized returns of 6.00%. So if you decide to "go away in May", where will you park your long-term money in today's environment and beat 6%? Granted, that...

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Bookstore Special

InvestEd Central

It's all About Reward to Risk

by John Hopkins

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Anytime we issue a trade alert to members at EarningsBeats it must carry a minimum reward to risk of at least 2 to 1. In fact we rarely consider getting involved in a trade unless the potential reward to risk is at least 3 to 1 or higher. The concept of reward to risk is simple; we don't want to put capital at risk unless it's worth while. This means there needs to be a disproportionate upside

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The Traders Journal

An Organized Process to Navigate the Markets - ChartPack Update #19 (Q1, 2018)

by Gatis Roze

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In the 18 years I've been teaching investors to grow their wealth, I believe I can simplify it down to two basic prerequisites for success. Despite all the clatter, prattle and bluster that increasingly emanates from the financial industry, individual investors can multiply their probability of success many times over by grasping two essentials. I've witnessed that the investors who...

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What a Trip! PMO Finds Two Travel & Tourism Stocks Poised To Take Off

by Erin Swenlin

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This afternoon I ran one of my PMO scans (you'll find the link to my most popular scan in the link at the bottom of this article) and found two Travel & Tourism stocks that I found quite interesting. What I look for are Price Momentum Oscillator (PMO) readings that are rising or have had a positive crossover along with a favorable price chart. TripAdvisor (TRIP) and Booking...

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