Monthly Archives: December 2015

Bo Yoder S&P Analysis

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The S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) continues to whipsaw as the Fed’s rate shift has caused a great deal of liquidity to slosh through the markets.  The odds picture remains muddy on a daily level, and there is still too much hidden bullish power for me to be comfortable putting my short exposure back…

David Paul: Redrow (RDW.L)

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Redrow (RDW.L) The builder Redrow features prominently on the Stock Viewer on VectorVest. The Stock Viewer sorts and ranks all of the shares on the London market by the highest combination of Value, Safety and Trend (VST). The chart of the share over the last year is shown below. David Paul uses VectorVest Charting Software…

Charlie Burton on Forex

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What I love about the markets is that everyone has an opinion. We all like to think that we are right about where we think a market is going next and yet we can’t possibly be right all the time, no matter how good we are (hence the necessity for using stop losses!). There’s probably…

A Sea of Red

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A SEA OF RED The London Stock market had a poor week with all the VectorVest Market Timing Systems from short term to long term recording a sell signal after the close on Thursday evening. From a conventional charting aspect the UK Composite has broken south from a 5 wave continuation pattern which chartists would…

Charlie Burton on Gold

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I haven’t written for Simon in quite some time due to my own failings for contributing material regularly! Anyway, it’s great to be back and my aim each week will be to look across the markets and identify something that has interest to me, and thus hopefully it carries some interest to some of you……

Bo Yoder S&P update

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The S&P 500 (ETF Proxy – AMEX:SPY) has fallen victim to a series of political news events which have overwhelmed the selling pressure that we have been forecasting would turn the market.  You can see how the bullish movement stopped dead as seen as it entered the red zone, but did not reverse.  This shows…

US Rate increase looks certain

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Stock markets were very disappointed by Maria Draghi on Thursday and vented their frustration in the only way they know. Stocks fell hard while the Euro gained, moving from 1.05 to 1.10 $ to purchase a single Euro. That won’t help the Euro economy much and I suspect that strong German hands were involved in…