Slightly oversold, A further pullback today will provide a good opportunity to begin scaling-into SPY. For today’s official Daily Battle Plan set-ups click here.
Yesterday was the continuation of the buying after Monday’s traditional pause day. The end-of month upward bias in prices in place along with aggressive buying from hedge funds who are desperately trying not to have their worst month since 2012 created a buying panic that led to yesterday’s rally. The Fed announcement and Tuesday’s mid-term [Read More]
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Yesterday was the traditional pause day which occurs after market become overbought. With the end-of month upward bias in prices in place along with the election nearing, the market may become quiet without a major news event occurring. No real edges in place today but this will be short-lived as it always. For today’s official [Read More]
Traders might be struggling to understand the direction of the long-term trend in stock prices after last week’s 4.2% rally in SPDR S&P 500 (NYSE: SPY). That ETF has now retraced more than half of the 9.9% decline that began in September. SPY is now once again above its 200-day moving average and is overbought [Read More]
Yesterday the market bounced back well from Wednesday’s headline news. Today’s news will be another test as to whether or not the market can handle both terrorism and the Ebola scare in the same week. Overall most stocks are short-term neutral and with so many stocks near their 200 day ma, it’s going to take [Read More]
The market is now overbought and due for a pause. Yesterday saw panic buying from hedge funds as they were buying high beta stocks getting back into the same companies they sold last month for little to no reason. These people move in herds and we saw the exact same herding affect in August 2007 [Read More]
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