It is getting downright giddy in Euro Land these days, just as NFTRH anticipated when we began writing about the effects of the strong US
In light of the positive February Employment report NFTRH 333 opened up with some discussion of the details (the devil after all, is in those
Just moving along in ‘swing’ mode, doing what the markets tell us to do and not trying to force anything. Simple, but it works.
Employment for February is +295,000 and unemployment is down to 5.5%. The US dollar rocketed upward and more importantly, so too did short-term interest rates
 As noted in the email: Note: My apologies for posting it so late in the day. In fact I am delaying this email a
EDA has compiled US Machine Tool sales data for January and it was not good at all. This is the leading edge of manufacturing and
Crude oil has bumped back above the MA 50 and bears watching here. In this morning’s update it was noted that commodities are not interesting
US Stock Market Nasdaq hit 5000, market sentiment became over bullish to an extreme and yesterday was a down day. Indexes put a tail on
As posted at Biiwii this morning… There is a writer we’ll call Don Quixote who is tilting at something that no longer really exists… the
Folks, with the SOX hovering just below target, the Biotech sector arcing upward, the Russell 2000 having broken to the upside, the VIX back near
ISM has eased again and looking at the comments from individual respondents, it sure looks like the West Coast port shutdown is having an impact.
332 is a good one. They all have been lately in my opinion. I know that because each week doing the work in these reports
What do you do when you are in the middle of writing a premium market analysis report, but it’s sunny outside and the temp has
Gold’s CoT data predictably improved again this week, but here I think some discussion is needed just in case it starts to get hyped too