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Weekly Traders Homework: Contrarian Indicators Flashing (w/ Economic Calendar and Stock Radar)

A warning flare was shot on Wednesday as the markets took a day of punishment. Surprising to most, even though it has been the norm recently, was how we recovered Thursday and Friday as if Wednesday never happened. This recovery has converted many cautious bulls to overly optimistic ones. (more…)

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Weekly Traders Homework: The First Sign Of Weakness In 2012 (w/ Economic Calendar & Stock Radar)

Last week was the first week of 2012 that the markets closed lower than they started. The modest move lower did little to remedy the majority of extended stocks. For most of the week, any weakness was quickly bought by anxious dip-buyers and only until Friday did we actually receive true weakness. However, even that weakness was contained as many market players were positioned for a much deeper pullback.  That, in itself, may have been a reason the pullback was contained as many were prepared. (more…)

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Fed News Just What The Bears Ordered?

We saw one the most highly anticipated Fed meetings this year as the markets trended sideways leading into the result.  (more…)

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Can the Fed Come To the Rescue Again If Needed?
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Achieving Excess Returns Around FOMC Meetings
Read more on Federal Reserve at Wikinvest
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Is This The Top Of The Trading Range Or Start Of A Breakout?

Monday saw another gap-up followed by dip-buyers showing up to lead us toward a strong close.  Volume was decent for this seasonal slow time with this making four straight positive closes in the S&P 500 and eight out of nine positive closes during this rally. (more…)

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Unemployment Claims As Bullish As They Seem?

The Labor Department reported Thursday morning that new claims for unemployment dropped a seasonally adjusted 27,000 to 451,000.  Unexpected bullish news, right?  The markets immediately gapped-up on this information as the bulls found good reason to buy.  Unexpected positive news is almost always met with a bullish move north as it’s rarely priced in.  However, a useful tidbit of information about that shockingly large drop came out after the gap-up.  Bloomberg reported that nine states didn’t file claims data to the Labor Department in Washington because of the Labor Day holiday earlier this week.  California and Virginia estimated their figures and the U.S. government estimated the other seven.  Coincidence in the large drop or not?  We’ll see when the next revision comes out but usually those revisions fail to make headlines as we are already focusing on future claims.  This has been a great cover-up method for a long time. (more…)

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The Myth Of High Structural Unemployment
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Bearish Harami Formation a Sign of Market Downside?

After a strong showing Friday by the bulls and the chance to show us Monday that they are finally here to stay, the bulls instead chose to cower in the corner.    (more…)

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Trading Range or a Hindenburg Omen Market Collapse?

The Monday morning vigor continued today but, after only a few minutes, it quickly disappeared and we trended lower into the close.  (more…)

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The Fed Continues to Provide Cheap Money but Will it Help?

Tuesday was a day that started off with a gap-down, due partially to China showing weakness and ending with all eyes on the outcome of the Fed’s meeting.  The bulls were looking for signs that the Fed was going to take more action to assist the economy rather than take the perspective that no more needs to be done.  While we did not get a stimulus, it seems the bulls got enough to work with. (more…)

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Can the Fed Come To the Rescue Again If Needed?
About That QE4…
Read more on Federal Reserve at Wikinvest
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Will the Fed Hint Towards Another Stimulus?

Monday was yet another reminder of last year’s low volume rallies.  We ended today with the lowest volume of the year.  It seems volume has continued to decrease over the past few weeks and some of it may be very concerned bears and bulls alike waiting on the outcome of Tuesday’s Fed meeting. (more…)

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Can the Fed Come To the Rescue Again If Needed?
About That QE4…
Read more on Federal Reserve at Wikinvest
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Have We Reached a Trading Top?

We had another green day in the markets today.  Technically, the S&P 500 closed slightly red, but the last minute surge put the the Dow Jones and Nasdaq in the green.  After dropping at the open, we worked our way higher towards lunchtime.  Near the middle of the day, we started to downtrend into the final hour.  The final hour is typically met with high frequency traders taking over and creating volatile action.  Today was surely no different. (more…)

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Week Ahead Magazine: How Quickly Sentiment Changes
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