Monthly Archives: July 2014

FTSE must hit 7000

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We are certainly living in uncertain times. With the increasing worries over the Europe’s future relationship with power supplier  Russia it seems once again investors are looking for a safe place to put their wealth.  The UK seems, or more specifically London seems to be the considered a relatively safe bet. With the banks recapitalised…

Bo Yoder S&P update

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The S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) continues to drift higher as it nears the “round number” of $200. I really don’t have a clear forecast at this time, but this type of upward drift leaves the market vulnerable to any shocks which could break this up-channel and start a mad rush to the exits.…

Weekly Markets Overview

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US Markets are still in a clearly defined uptrend despite increased geopolitical uncertainty and low trading volumes. The current state of VIX, Volatility Index, is indicative of very complacent market conditions. The end of next week is the beginning of August, which is seasonally a very thinly traded month anyway due to the holiday season.…

My Ideal Setup

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As I have discussed many times the VectorVest edge is based on combining three aspects of the market in a very unique way. These are 1. The Fundamental position of a share as ranked by the shares value, earning potential over the next 1-3 years (RV) and the shares safety of earnings flow (RS). 2.…

Bo Yoder on Market Distortions

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I write and talk about the market distortions that the “open market operations” of the Federal Reserve Bank cause, and nowhere is there a clearer example of this than on the daily chart of The S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY).  This market was exhausted and ready for a correction the last time I wrote…

Lower expectations in the summer

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These hot summer days encourage people from all professions to slow down their activity and enjoy more time with family, friends and wine! Never is this seen more in the markets where traders traditionally are less active in the height of the summer which normally gives way to lower volatility. Obviously we already have very…

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