No Edge No Trade

Well we talked a little bit about Greece in last nights video and I basically said its been in that rectangular range and would probably make a decision soon as to its direction.  As you may have known, the folks in Greece didn’t really want to play ball with the ECB over the weekend so […]

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Playing It Slow

The lack of strong directional trends developing in May have been causing some frustrations for Swing traders as many moves quickly faded just when they looked like they were about to get started. The best way to deal with any issues in trading is simple…listen to what the market is telling you.  The choppier the […]

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The Market Is Slow, So Play It Slow

This has been a weird June.  The SPX is up like 5 handles.  The Dow is flat to up maybe one percent.  If it wasn’t for biotech, where would the Nasdaq be? Really. The best way to deal with any issues in trading is simple…listen to what the market is telling you.  The choppier the […]

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Bounce Back

Stocks rose from the opening bell and gained through the morning, with all 30 Dow components and all 10 S&P 500 sectors notching gains. Trading volumes were higher than in recent sessions, with about 6.4 billion shares trading hands. But that’s below the average for the year, a sign that many investors opted to sit […]

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In the spirit of the summer doldrums (net today) I’d like to offer you my silliest deal yet to become a Premium Member. You’ll get a 15-month subscription for only $599. That’s over $200 in savings PLUS 3 bonus months!  So click here and lets start making some real money together.  Deal expires tomorrow at […]

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Watching Paint Dry

The major averages ended the Tuesday session near their flat lines with the S&P 500 registering a slight gain (+0.04%) to snap its three-day skid while the Nasdaq Composite (-0.2%) settled in the red. The S&P could not overtake its 100-day moving average (2,085), settling below that mark for the second consecutive day. Interestingly, this […]

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Light Volume Drifting

The major averages began the new trading week on a down note with the S&P (-0.7%) settling beneath its 100-day moving average (2,085) for the first time since late March. The index retreated into the afternoon while the Nasdaq (-0.9%) underperformed throughout the day. Volumes were very low. CHRS and XON triggered long today and […]

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