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Declan Fallon

Joined: Mar 19, 2010
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Declan Fallon's Opinion & Analysis
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Tuesday's swing trade will have stopped out the aggressive short trades at the narrow doji, where the doji range was used as a stop. Shorts using the 50-day MA as a stop will still have a little room...
From a pure price perspective, the suggested swing trades broke to the downside yesterday, but the lack of follow-through beyond the opening hour doesn't suggest shorts are going to win here. However,...
Friday offered a day of tight trading on low volume. Swing traders can take advantage of this by trading a break of Friday's range (buy break of high/short loss of low) and setting a stop on the flip...
Monday saw tech indices start to challenge the swing lows of the November and early December lows. How these indices react will determine how other lead indices will follow. First up is the Nasdaq;...
Friday was the finish markets needed to offset the losses from Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) earlier in the week earnings release. Once again, markets proved resilient in the face of bad news and this is...
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)'s earnings disappointment had set the market up for turmoil, but again, markets were able to hold up against expected weakness. After December's fall into 'Strong Buy' territory,...
I was going to say how well markets did to finish near highs after pre-market action had indicated a possible rout, but now we have Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) after-hours earnings report contributing to a...
Since my last update, markets have taken a bit of a spin. Investors should now take note that both the S&P and Russell 2000 fell into the 'Strong Buy' territory in the move to their respective...
Now the panic will start, but Investors should be rubbing their hands in glee. Yesterday the Russell 2000 dropped into the 5% zone of historic weakness with the NASDAQ in the 10% zone (S&P...
Sellers stayed on for another day as yesterday it was the turn of the S&P and NASDAQ to follow the losses of the Russell 2000 from Friday. Volume picked up in confirmed distribution, suggesting...