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Swing Trading the Dow’s Intraday Reversal

When the market sells off in a seeming “panic mode” state, as it did between July 31 to August 5, swing trading the recovery on an intraday basis can be tricky.    Often, you have to look at the intraday price action to get a clear sense as to when a reversal might...

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Fake News in the Financial Markets

This is something of a follow-up to a previous article published last week on propaganda by omission, but it’s mostly in response to an article published last week on a Ticker Tape post--an article to which I agree 100% for reasons that may be all to obvious if you...

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Market Shorts 8.16.19

Why Gold Prices Are About To Skyrocket Even Higher  Source: Yahoo Finance "The gold bears have finally caved under the deafening barrage of fiscal and geopolitical catalysts, from Fed hints to intensely brewing conflict with Iran. But there is one key trend that...

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Market Shorts 8.11.19

Trade War Becomes Currency War  Source: Wall Street Journal "President Trump claims trade wars are easy to win, but that boast looks worse than ever amid the financial carnage from his latest threat of tariffs on Chinese goods. His trade war has now become a currency...

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A Quick Update on the XOM Trading a Triple Top

Last week, on July 23, we wrote about a triple top scenario in Exxon Mobil (XOM). This update is for those who took interest in the first piece.   At the time, the target at [2] had already been reached. But as I mentioned in the July 23 piece, “The initial breakout...

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Swing Trading a Bullish Flag Formation (BZH)

If you happen to see a chart pattern that looks like a rectangle tilted against the current trend, chances are that you’ve identified a flag, a classic chart pattern. And one thing about flags is that the tighter the flag, the more explosive the breakout (not always,...

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Market Shorts 8.4.19

Now What (after the rate cut)? Source: Maher/Daily Reckoning “The Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates for the first instance in 11 years...A 25-basis point rate cut it is. In its own telling: In light of the implications of global developments for the economic...

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