Monthly Archives: June 2016

At VectorVest we favour undervalued shares.

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[Join David for a live 60 minute webinar at 6.30pm BST today 27th June – click here] It’s been quite a day in financial markets to say the least. The process of exiting the EU will be protracted and very difficult. Many other countries could be tempted to follow the UK and it’s likely that…

Markets don’t like surprises…

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For most of us, the result of last week’s UK referendum vote was a surprise. Whether you voted in or out, most were still surprised at what happened, no more so than the markets. The GBP/USD was trading at $1.50 on Thursday but had traded as low as 1.3230 by Friday for an almost 1800…

The Midas Touch Technique

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The Midas Touch Technique The Midas Touch technique of timing share transactions and its ability to find and stay with big trends is impressing me more and more. The technique was first used by VectorVest to trade the USA Gold share index and thus the name. The technique makes uses of a 10 day average…

A growing library of free trading webinar recordings

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When it comes to trading it’s all about what’s going to happen next, right? Well yes and no.  Certainly predicting the future would be handy, but in reality the most successful traders just get on with whatever information they have to hand – which is the past price behaviour. Safe in the knowedge that prices…

An exciting line-up of speakers for June Round-the-Clock-Trader – part 1

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This month I’ve tried hard to pull together an exciting line-up for the 12 hour trading education that we offer at the Round-the-Clock-Trader event.  It’s always quite difficult to ensure everyone can fit into certain time slots – especially when speakers are often geographically spread across the globe! Starting our event this month is Zaheer…

Adapting to the trading environment…

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As traders, we need to be able to adapt to what the market is doing. For example, being a breakout trader in a sideways consolidating environment is not likely to yield too much profit. We have to be able to read what the market is doing in order to apply the right trading dynamic which…

Bo Yoder S&P update

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The S&P 500, (NYSE:SPY) is coming back to test support, and this will be the acid test of bullish resolve.  Our models show that the odds are likely that there will be one last failed rally as this bounce off support loses energy and stalls…We will be watching this closely as our firm has been…

Copper sitting at an important and vital level

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The Copper price tends to lead and forecast the direction of all commodities and commodity shares. In the week past the Copper price fell with momentum to a very important support line. This support was defined by a 78% retracement of the last daily range and the support line of a falling wedge technical pattern.…

An Ugly jobs report

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[Watch the recording of David Paul’s webinar from 31st May – Short Term Swing Strategies] The US no farm payroll report is eagerly awaited each month to measure the health of the world’s largest economy. It was poor and well below expectations and the worst number in many years. Initially the stock markets of the…