Monthly Archives: October 2015

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19Oct2:56 pmEST

The Good News from Today's Chop

Despite headlines gravitating towards the WTW spike (the chart remains busted, despite Oprah, and looks to be much more of a short-term legendary squeeze of the many shorts caught offsides), the BLUE spike down halt, and now attempt at bouncing back, and NFLX reversing back above $100 at support, the indices are slightly red into the final...

19Oct12:16 pmEST

Right Where You'd Expect Them to Swoop In

Netlix is in the news again this morning, amid a flurry of headlines about Citron Research covering its short in the name, a partnership to enter China, and some upgrade, downgrades, and the NFLX creating original full-length feature film content.  With all of this in mind, it is good to keep things simple by observing the price action. On the...

19Oct10:10 amEST

Shrugging Off the Old-Fashioned Haircut

Equities are initially brushing off an earnings miss and 5%-plus sell-off in major bank, Morgan Stanley.  On the weekly chart for MS, below, note the potential for a bear flag consolidation (light blue lines), which means this morning's selling may be just the beginning of a fresh leg lower. That said, other banks seem none too worried...

18Oct3:27 pmEST

Weekend Overview and Analysis 10/18/15 {Video}

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18Oct11:40 amEST

Sunday Matinée at Market Chess Cinemas

This Boy's Life (1993) is a dark, at times tongue-in-cheek, character study featuring Robert De Niro, a young Leonardo DiCaprio, and Ellen Barkin.  De Niro's portrayal of the abusive step-father, based on the memoirs of writer and literature professor Tobias Wolff (played by DiCaprio), is memorable for its intensity as well as striking the...

17Oct1:34 pmEST

Benjamin Franklin; History Channel Documentary

The following video is a good Saturday viewing, about one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.  Included in his many interests are the topics of personal finance, fiscal discipline, and entrepreneurship, for which he has many memorable aphorisms. 

16Oct4:02 pmEST

Stock Market Recap 10/16/15 {Video}

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16Oct3:05 pmEST

Shaking Off the SLoB

Headed into the final hour of this trading week, crude oil and most energy stocks seems to be shaking off the post-earnings sell-off in OIH and XLE heavyweight Schlumberger (or "Slob," as per its SLB ticker symbol).  Much like our earlier WYNN analysis, perhaps headed into next week that may mean energy bears are out of juice, short-term.  Of...

16Oct12:32 pmEST

Much Ado About Chirping

More news about TWTR hit the tape today--This time it is Steve Ballmer taking a 4% stake in the firm. The stock is rallying today, perhaps on track for a weekly close over $30 which, as you can see below on the weekly timeframe, would be a baby bird step in the right direction headed into earnings at the end of this month. Still, I suspect the...

16Oct10:52 amEST

XS Selling for Wynn

After earnings last evening, WYNN looked to be taking another in a long line of poundings, with the stock down 7-8% after hours. CEO Steve Wynn caused a stir by noting that had never seen anything like Macau, where the China government was actually cracking down on gambling.  Despite that, WYNN is down 2-3% as I write this, with other casinos...

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