This news cycle is particularly annoying as the markets go through daily cheer or gloom as the media calls the play-by-play for enthralled casino patrons
The tradition is as old as Wall Street itself, I’d think. In my experience it goes back to the Tech/Internet bubble, proceeds on through the
I bought the gap fill a few weeks ago, exercised a minimal amount of patience and sooner rather than later, over valued TeeVee company ROKU
The NFP report was considered just right by Goldilocks. Not too hot (that’s for sure), and not too cold. But is it cool enough to
On September 25th we had an NFTRH+ update highlighting 4 short setups. A couple setups were active, including AMZN, which I am currently short, and
I tend to make up all kinds of little phrases and nicknames to entertain and annoy you. There was Armageddon ’08, there were the ill-fated
Complete with rising volume on the breakout (neckline not shown, but it’s broken). Oh wait, never mind. It appears I inadvertently turned the chart upside
If this daily chart is to be believed all the bad news has been cooked into BA and it’s going to go to a gap
Taken from a comment to a post over at Tim Knight’s Slope of Hope… Perfect! That is how the whipsaw market driven by the news
This one was brought into the portfolio originally because it was converting to an uptrend and I was watching industry companion CTRL (later added as
Over valued TeeVee company ROKU got killed this week. It started with Apple’s news (last week I think) and continued with Comcast’s news this week.
Back on June 19th we had an NFTRH+ update on Campbell Soup (CPB). In it we noted that it was grinding out a trend change.
Here is the weekly view of the S&P 500 with its stories to tell. Story #1: The uptrend is intact and this bull market has
As far as broad stocks go I am well-biased long this market. But I do hold 3 sector shorts and the SPX short fund SPXS,