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I love the smell of napalm in the morning!

I love the smell of napalm in the morning. It smells like Christmas! Robert Duvall said this famous line in […]

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Keith’s Short termed trading system near a buy signal

  “Buy when there’s blood in the streets, even if the blood is your own.” – BARRON ROTHSCHILD  18th century […]

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Is the 200 Day MA telling us anything?

Perhaps the most widely followed indicator coming out of Technical Analysis is the simple (non-exponential) 200 day moving average (MA). […]

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Another warning sign for the markets

I’ll start this blog off with a reference to Jason Goepfert’ s comments from his daily update to subscribers ( […]

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Does the transports bear suggest a market pullback?

The Dow Theory contains a tenet suggesting the Dow Transportation index must confirm the highs and direction of the Industrials. […]

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Home, home on the (trading) range

  The trading range looks likely to continue for the S&P500 and related indices for a while yet. Recent market […]

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Thar’s gold in them thar’ hills!

An interesting Financial Times article was quoted by BNN recently:   “This is not a good market for bears, in […]

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Trading the S&P 500 for fun and profit!

  June has lived up to its seasonal tendency to be a volatile month. Thackray’s guide tells us that its […]

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Healthcare showing divergence

I noted on my last blog that several of the S&P500’s major sectors failed to confirm the S&P500’s new highs […]

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What Dow Theory may be telling us about the market

Dow Theory states that Dow Industrials and Transports averages must confirm each other (amongst other components of that theory). If […]

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