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U.S Consumer…Not Goldman Sachs…The Real Great American Bubble
BHBGroupTrader Weekly Market Spread Report: Issue 10 Equity Ed.
While we reiterate our advice from last week, namely, not to let your long-term perspective on the market or the economy (whether bullish or bearish) blind you to the legitimate money-making opportunities in the short to medium term, we also acknowledge that navigating the relationship between the two perspectives is naturally confusing.
A Simple and Powerful Way to Bet Against the Government (Part Two)
U.S. Stock Futures Point Toward Lower Open, Bank Earnings Ahead
U.S. futures are pointing toward a lower open today following the Easter Holiday,and with many trading desks half manned, it could lead to a light volume trading day. CFDTrading provides news and signals including Market reports which focus on US, Asian, and European Markets plus news on oil and gold, fixed income markets and foreign exchange markets
As We Come To Goldman Sachs Earnings, The Chart May Be Showing A Major Pullback On The Horizon
Thursday's monster Wells Fargo financial rally was something I will remember for years to come. The markets up huge off their lows in the previous 3-4 weeks, financials already up 100% or more and everyone thought the day prior to the holiday would be light and uneventful. That was a mistake.
Our philosophies on trading focus on 4 keys. Simply put, learn technical trend line analysis, price, pattern and time and anyone can make money in any type of market. Each week, these emails focus on showing our readers one or more of these techniques and how well they work. This week we highlight price.
The arrogance of the financial institutions, the mad scientists they employ to manipulate the rules and rule makers, and the Emperor's New Clothes (trust me they're safe) marketing tactics they employ really do need to be regulated--- by the government, sure; by corporate boards of directors, absolutely. In a Working Capital Model world, there would be no financial crisis.
Generally, stocks in the same industry move together. If airline stocks are trending higher, logic would dictate each of the stocks within the group should be moving higher as well. Now, some may move faster and higher than others, those are the best in breed. Sometimes, but rarely, a stock will not move at all. These are usually the “cheap” stocks that some may call a value play.