I had actually been concerned about whether I’d be able to cover shorts effectively this week, assuming the bullish Santa seasonal, contrarian bullish sentiment
Our target for the first half of 2019 is and has been the 2100 to 2200 area for the S&P 500. A friend asked… I’ve
Per the NFTRH Trade Log I bought TWTR on Monday for its daily chart pattern even though the weekly chart was less attractive. TWTR had
Astro is still frisky. Yesterday morning we took a look at RUT, which has broken below support (now resistance) and noted that SPX and Dow
RUT has led a breakdown on the daily index charts. With SPX and Dow threatening to follow suit today. This should be interesting. Curiously, NDX
Before I begin this post… Dear WordPress, your new editor Gutenberg has all kinds of bells and whistles and innovative gadgets (especially these infernal blocks).
There is way too much going on out there for a blogger to try to summarize without sounding like a goddamn sports announcing play-by-play caller.
In August I was forced to cover a fundamental-based short in ignominy. I knew the company was over valued because in a previous life I
The Fed blinked. This was not news to Macro Tourist Kevin Muir or readers of Biiwii.com, which is very pleased to publish his work. Fed
A man stared at the chart below and made an update for subscribers a little while ago. Now, being a man who stares at charts
You partying? Wayne? You? Well, after expecting a bounce for an annoyingly long while the fledgling thing we had going before Mr. Powell’s jawbone was
The market bounce scenario has been on my radar longer than has been convenient for my own investing/trading. But that’s the way corrections and reactions
I have been expecting a market bounce for longer than has been convenient. What I mean by that is that this curmudgeonly trader who does
I just love the diversity of the authors presented at Biiwii. From Tim (super bear) Knight to Keith (Monetary Metals) Weiner to Otto (IKN) Rock