Monthly Archives: October 2016

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06Oct3:50 pmEST

Here's to Changing the Theme Song of the Market

For all of the drama and distractions about TWTR, even TSLA, and other firms which are merely trying to get going again, there remains more than just a few quality, enticing long setups. GDDY, below, is one such example.  However, the theme song of this market since Labor Day has been something along the lines of Curb Your Enthusiasm , fading...

06Oct1:21 pmEST

Any Excuse Will Do for a Move

It is not so much that tomorrow morning's jobs number is going to be a data point of great significance to the market. Instead, observing the S&P 500 Index's ETF on the hourly chart since Labor Day, below, I suspect stocks are looking for any excuse, rather than a catalyst per se, to break its narrow range and sustain a move with a bit more...

06Oct10:44 amEST

More Reflection on Twitter

A key point we have been emphasizing for Members in recent sessions is that the higher TWTR's stock went, the larger the risk of a ferocious rug-pull if an imminent buyout was not realized. So, in the short-term the stock smacked of that much more risk.  But now that we have seen a barrage of negative reports hit in the last fifteen hours or...

05Oct3:46 pmEST

Stock Market Recap 10/05/16 {Video}

The following video is a brief, condensed version of the Stock Market Recap which I present each evening to members of Market Chess Subscription Services. In the longer version, I offer tons of actionable trade ideas, educational content, and in-depth objective analysis across all markets. If you enjoy my videos and blog posts, then please...

05Oct3:45 pmEST

A Look Behind the Scenes at the Twitter Buyout Auction

"A feeling that something isn't right," indeed.  You almost get the sense with all of the ballyhoo about the TWTR prospective buyout bids that either it gets the benefit of a bid bidding or...or no bid in the end at all. Higher risk no, and higher reward perhaps, too.  See you after the bell for my recap. 

05Oct1:18 pmEST

Hurricane Matthew Plays

With good fortune, Hurricane Matthew will turn out to be a dud in the coming days and no-one will suffer a serious injury or death.  But in the event some serious damage does occur, as ominous as Matthew's path and ferocity looks now, it is worth noting some standard "hurricane plays." GNRC is the go-to play, as they specialize in the backup...

05Oct10:55 amEST

A Few Fakes and Then Breakaway Speed

We have seen this movie before: Rates spike higher and financials rally, as expected.  But then the financials lose traction and the trade becomes suspect as banks "squat" back inside their ranges and even threaten breakdowns.  As evidence of this recurring theme, you will note how sentiment has become all the more skeptical about this latest...

04Oct3:50 pmEST

Stock Market Recap 10/04/16 {Video}

The following video is a brief, condensed version of the Stock Market Recap which I present each evening to members of Market Chess Subscription Services. In the longer version, I offer tons of actionable trade ideas, educational content, and in-depth objective analysis across all markets. If you enjoy my videos and blog posts, then please...

04Oct3:49 pmEST

A Good Reminder About Gold

Days like today, as gold and her miners get crushed, worth reposting Mr. Hearst's philosophy about "The Color." As ugly as it was today, I suspect a year-end rally remans very much in the cards.  See you after the bell for my recap. 

04Oct1:29 pmEST

The Case for and Against Sugar

Famous science writer, Gary Taubes is set to release a new book in late-December titled,  The Case Against Sugar . Taubes has previously detailed the critical mistakes the FDA made in declaring dietary fat to be the main culprit for disease and well-being while sugar/fructose was largely viewed with a far less disdainful eye. Recent...

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