Monthly Archives: May 2015

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31May2:43 pmEST

Weekend Overview and Analysis 05/31/15

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31May11:47 amEST

Add This One to the List

In a market full of divergences (which is not sufficient to declare a major top, but rather reinforces the scattered, choppy action as a whole), another one can be seen within the consumer staples sector.  The storied Procter & Gamble is the top component in the XLP, consumer staple sector ETF. And PG is operating well below its declining...

30May7:31 pmEST

Saturday Night at Market Chess Cinemas

Last Tango in Paris (1972) manages to avoid the pitfalls of what could have been a very cheap exploitation of a film centered around steamy sex and carnal lust. Written and directed by the great Bernardo Bertolucci, this one is remembered for Marlon Brando's ambitious performance and his ability to perfectly counter Maria Schneider's sultry...

30May10:49 amEST

The Last Days of Lehman Brothers

With ex-Lehman CEO Dick Fuld giving his first speech in six years last week, here is an interesting and educational Saturday morning film about the collapse of the firm.  via YouTube: The Last Days of Lehman Brothers is a British television film by the BBC. It was written by Craig Warner and directed by Michael Samuels. It was shown as part...

29May4:19 pmEST

Stock Market Recap 05/29/15 {Video}

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29May2:50 pmEST

Update on the Eastern Front

It is interesting to see the inability of the oil-centric Russia (RSX) to bounce today, even as crude rallies. Into next week, I reckon something has to give on that front, with Russia either on the brink of another sharp mov down or instead finally stages a snapback bounce. Regarding crude itself, though, on a standalone basis we can see...

29May12:18 pmEST

They'll Need to Go Fishing in the Red

Natural gas seems to be an interesting niche within the commodities complex, with strident perma-bulls and perms-bears alike chirping with each rally and swoon. I have not traded natty much in recent months, though long-time readers know I have traded UGAZ (the triple-long natural gas ETF) with fairly good results in recent years, occasionally...

29May10:17 amEST

Watch the Flank

With the market stuck in such an obvious range, there still exists the possibility for some type of sudden break, one way or the other. I see ALTR is continuing the semiconductor party this morning with a gap higher, while HRTX is doing the same for the hot generic healthcare plays--There may be more M&A activity yet in those sectors.  The SPLK...

28May5:10 pmEST

Stock Market Recap 05/28/15 {Video}

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28May2:58 pmEST

Sizing Up the Fight

Despite another failure by bears to follow-through lower on the sell-off earlier this week, bulls have not exactly sealed the deal with an upside range breakout either.  Google may very well be a good example of this phenomenon among market leaders, beyond the major averages. On the daily chart, first below, the stock is rangebound though may...

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