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Famed market commentator and CEO of SharkInvesting.com James 'Rev Shark' DePorre, provides weekly insight on where he thinks the markets are going and how to navigate through the financial seas. In this episode, Rev discusses the inverse correlation between the USD and equities and what may happen if the dollar strengthens.
John Tantillo's Brand Winner... And Loser: Apple and Miss California
Famed market commentator and CEO of SharkInvesting.com James 'Rev Shark' DePorre, provides weekly insight on where he thinks the markets are going and how to navigate through the financial seas. In this episode, Rev discusses Tuesday's monster rally and what he needs to see to be convinced the bottom is in. Tune in as Rev Shark shares his market thoughts and empowers the individual investor.
Volcom, Inc (NASDAQ:VLCM) research. Analysis from the point of view of a COMPLETE value investor.
How Much Longer Will The Good Time (The Rally Has Not Been Long Enough, To Be “Times”) Last?
I am not for sure about that answer but I have to admit the charts overall still look like they are trying to make a bottom. But like I have continuously warned about: if volume does not come back into this market on the upside, we are in danger of reversing some decent base building and that will probably discourage a lot of market participants which could open the door to more selling.
Leading Stocks Take The Lead Once Again As Oil&Gas Stocks Produce Massive Gains; 79% Think We Are In A Recession
It was another overall lower volume session as the NYSE, for the 32nd day in-a-row, came in with volume below the 50 day volume average once again. However, underneath the bullish mini-reversal that sent the Nasdaq from a .8% loss to a .8% gain, there was a TON of bullish action in stocks in a wide range of industries.
Low Volume Consolidation After The Big April Fools Rally Is So-Far So-Good; CANSLIM Stocks Setup And Breakout
A weak open after a very poor employment report that showed the US lost 80,000 jobs in March with the unemployment rate moving up to 5.1%. It was a pretty lousy number but considering the fact that we had 25% unemployment after the crash of 1929 it isn’t “that” horrible. But the media, with a Republican still in White House, of course, made it sound like all hell was breaking was loose.