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Chris Kimble
Proof Of Deflation At The Fed
By Chris Kimble - Sep 18, 2014

In your opinion, does the Fed prefer Inflation or Deflation? The picture above proves that Deflation is taking place at the Fed. Seriously, though, as for the inflation/deflation theme, many feel the...

Guy S. Ortmann, CMT
Bifurcated Markets   
By Guy S. Ortmann, CMT - Sep 18, 2014

Internals Remain Questionable Opinion Two of the major equity indexes closed at new all-time highs yesterday while other indexes remain in short term downtrends. The result is what we believe to be a ...

Vance Harwood
VXST Futures: Not A Bad Proxy For The VIX
By Vance Harwood - Sep 18, 2014

The CBOE's short term volatility index  VXST futures have been trading for over six months now—enough time get a feel for how they behave. The CBOE provides historical data —on a per future basis ...

Jack Steiman
Yellen Says What Markets Wanted To Hear
By Jack Steiman - Sep 18, 2014

Ms. Yellen made sure she spoke the words the market wanted to hear. Keeping rates low is what the market wants, and keeping rates low is what the market will get. She won't do anything she knows will...

Tim Knight
A Roller Coaster Day For The Markets
By Tim Knight - Sep 17, 2014

Fed days always put my stomach in a knot. I definitely don’t “load up” before these events, but I was still fully in position on the short side. As you can see from the spinning top (candlestick) ...

Chris Kimble
The R2K's In A Technical Jam
By Chris Kimble - Sep 17, 2014

Year-to-date, the Russell 2000 has lagged the S&P 500 by almost 8%, a fairly wide divergence. That disparity has a few investors concerned it may be a sign of weakness to come in the broad ...

Peter Schiff
A New Fed Playbook For The New Normal
By Peter Schiff - Sep 17, 2014

While many economists and market watchers have failed to notice, we have entered a new chapter in the short and checkered history of central banking. This paradigm shift, as yet unaddressed in the ...

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Mark Baker
Mark Baker Sep 12, 2014 04:09PM GMT
Hi All, Just thought this might be the place to ask for some general advice. I am fairly new to trading and have been doing ok so far. I am tending to look to keep my positions open long term. At the moment I have 20 open position in various stocks and commodities. I am long in about 12 and short in the other 8. I have only invested around 5-8% in each. I started off 4 months ago with 3K in my account and after 2 months had nearly 5K, this however has now dropped back to 3.5K, so still in profit Is it as simple as just waiting for things to turn again, as in what goes up must come down and vice versa or should I sell my losing positions? I am only doing this for a bit of fun at the moment. I have alot to learn and I wanted to make sure I did not over invest and lose everything. Thanks for your help. Mark . Reply
Eppo van Straten
Eppo van Straten Sep 12, 2014 10:41PM GMT
Sell. we are bound for a small or bigger correcton (5-10%) from 2000.
WHITE DEVIL Sep 13, 2014 02:43AM GMT
#1 Never short a bull market.

Adam Smith
Adam Smith Sep 06, 2014 02:24AM GMT
doji star will form in month of september. reversal signal
Thomas Andersson
Thomas Andersson Sep 11, 2014 06:36PM GMT
Revesal formation in Dow , tell 16400.

Drey Hoo
Drey Hoo Sep 05, 2014 10:15AM GMT
wow.. its truly a rally isn't it.. the gold have 77% of bullish.. what a good time to change. lol
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