Monthly Archives: October 2015

Doves at the ECB and a Chinese rate cut

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Dovish remarks from the ECB and the FEDs failure to raise interest rates has precipitated the view that cheap money will be around well into 2016. Shares were already doing well on Friday following the ECB hinting at further QE in December. The market was then taken by surprise by a 0.25% Chinese interest rate…

Bo Yoder’s S&P Analysis

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The short squeeze in the S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) is now complete as price has taken out the stops set above the 9/17/15 highs.  There is still a little bearish power to be dissipated, but our forecast is for price to reverse in the zone we drew a month ago. ($202-207). Look for…

Still deciding

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The stock markets of the world had, by the standards of the past few months, a quiet week to the close on the 16th October 2015. The Dow closed well and reversed an earlier selloff on Wall Street to close at 17200 plus. Last week I detailed the options with the Bull and Bear variations…

Bo Yoder S&P Update

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The short squeeze in the S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) continues as forecast.  If the markets don’t gap up radically on Monday, I would suggest that intraday traders watch for long opportunities as the odds are high for a sharp intraday trend once the market triggers stop losses above the 9/17/15 highs. I have…

Three Green Lights

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On the last weekend in August just after the Black Monday low I wrote an entry which detailed the sequence of events which occur at each and every turn of the market. I suggested that the best course of events was to wait until a signal appeared that suited your risk tolerance. Please reread that…

Resilience

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Psychological resilience is defined as an individual’s ability to properly adapt to stress and adversity. Stress and adversity can come in the shape of family or relationship problems, health problems, or workplace and financial worries, among others. The Resilience I would like to mention here today is the resilience shown by those stocks that have…