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U.S. markets posted a strong Friday while recovering from losses throughout the week to finish mostly higher, overall. The strong session came after a solid start to the 1Q earnings with the Financial sector leading they way following better-than-expected numbers.
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U.S. markets showed some strength at the start of Thursday’s action following better than expected economic news ahead of the open. The slight momentum faded shortly afterwards with the major indexes turning south on Fedspeak while trading in tight ranges into…
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U.S. markets traded in a tight range and slightly mixed ahead of the release of the Fed minutes on Wednesday. There was no real surprises in the meeting minutes with the majority of the Fed members seeing no change in rates this year. The major averages were unaffected by the news and closed higher to keep near-term resistance levels in play. Volatility slightly eased but remains above key levels of support.
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OK, gang — it’s technical analysis time. Today, we’re looking at the stochastic oscillator (SO). While the name alone might make it sound intimidating and overly complex, it’s not what you might think. Believe it or not, even beginners can use this cool momentum indicator that shows you the position of the most recent closing price relative to the previous high-low range.
U.S. markets trended lower for a 2nd-straight session as Wall Street awaits Wednesday’s FOMC minutes and Friday’s official start to the 1Q earnings season. The major indexes held near-term support levels holding but closed at sessions low with volatility closing above a key level of support.
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This week, I am on a roll because my last stock picks are up (10%+ gain on average) since I first shared them with you all. You know how excited I get when things go as predicted; let’s jump in and see what’s going on for this week.
I’m always on a look out for simple strategies that my students can apply to day trading with short term price patterns and indicators. One of the easiest patterns to learn and one of the first ones I teach traders is the U turn strategy. Why do I call it the U turn strategy? I’m about to share…
U.S. markets were sluggish throughout Monday’s action after spending much of the session underwater despite ongoing and encouraging trade talks with China. Top economic advisor of the White House, Larry Kudlow, said he expects a lot of teleconferencing to take place this week, with U.S. and China getting closer and closer to a trade deal.
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U.S. markets closed higher for the 2nd-straight week following a positive Friday and progressive trade talks with China along with a goldilocks jobs report. President Trump said the two sides were making swift progress in trade talks, adding we should know over the next 4 weeks if an agreement can be reached.
The Economic Cycle is the natural fluctuation of the economy between periods of expansion (growth) and contraction (recession). Factors such as gross domestic product (GDP), interest rates, levels of employment and consumer spending can help to determine the current stage of the economic cycle that we are currently in. Let me show you how it works, as well as deliver my #1 sector to be trading right now…
The stock market is always in vicious cycle of disintegration and balance. This creates inefficiencies in the market… and opportunity for you and me.
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U.S. markets traded in a narrow range while finishing mixed on Thursday as ongoing trade talks that included President Trump continued after the closing bell. There is chatter the Trump administration is demanding to set a 2025 target for China to meet trade pledges.