Monthly Archives: June 2015

FTSE 100 significantly lower as Greece rocks the European markets

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Stock markets this morning are rocking in the aftermath of the developments in Greece over the weekend and the decision of the Greek government to keep its banks closed for the week ahead. The situation in Greece looks grim and with the country staring into the abyss after months of negotiations the money markets are…

The S&P 500 hiccups in response to news from the Federal Reserve

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The S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) put another wild hiccup on the daily charts in response to news from the Federal Reserve this week. You can see the turmoil and the rapid attacks from both bullish and bearish camps on the chart, but neither side seems to be able to put together any sustained…

Bo Yoder´s S&P 500 update

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The S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) has pulled back to support, which would normally be seen as a buy signal by those with a bullish bias. I predicted that this pullback would fail in last week’s column, and we see the failure starting with a lower high during last week’s session. Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE)…

The FTSE’s outlook is strongly connected to this week’s FOMC meeting

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This week finds the FTSE 100 trading just shy of the 6,700 points’ level, a support area that has limited the index’s price action over the past months. I believe that it is important to assess the FTSE outlook over the next few days coming from a technical and a fundamental standpoint so we can…

S&P update with Bo Yoder

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The S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) as predicted last week was unable to follow through after its most recent breakout.  I still see this market as mostly risk without all that much reward unless you are scalping intra-day (Don’t misunderstand…The daily is a mess, but there is still TONS of opportunity there in the…