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Is It Time to Look for Reversal?

August 19th, 2013

morningcallScott Redler: World markets are mixed this morning as investors try to figure out what’s next. Last week we discussed the small head and shoulders pattern that was forming in the market and some weakness in sectors that could lead to a pull-back. The signal to pare down some risk on a short time-frame came when Read more…

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Why You Need To Change Your Investing Strategy For 2013

February 1st, 2013

strategyJoseph L. Shaefer: As the world turns, we must turn with it. Regular readers have seen evidence of our adaptation to the new realities of investing over the past few months as we have stressed more income, Read more…

NYSE:SCHA, NYSE:SPLV, NYSE:SSO, NYSE:VTI, NYSE:XLI

Three ETFs To Watch This Week (GLD, EWUS, XLI)

August 20th, 2012

Daniela Pylypczak: It was another slow week on Wall Street, as markets struggled to pick up any momentum. Mixed economic data from across the globe had stocks straddling the flat line for the majority of the week. Last week’s lackluster GDP reports from Japan and Germany Read more…

BATS:EWUS, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:XLI

Sometimes It’s What You DON’T Own That Boosts Your Odds Of Success (XLF, XLB, XLI, SPY, BAC, C, GS)

November 3rd, 2011

Ron Rowland: It’s easy to get caught up in recent stock market action. Then there are investment advisors who often go to the other extreme, urging their clients to ignore current events and think “long term.” The correct answer is somewhere in between. Read more…

NYSE:SPY, NYSE:XLB, NYSE:XLF, NYSE:XLI

Wednesday’s ETF Chart To Watch: Industrial Select Sector SPDR (XLI, MMM, GE, UTX, CAT, NFLX)

October 26th, 2011

Stoyan Bojinov: Domestic equity indexes finally slipped lower yesterday following a solid three-day rise. Stocks were hit as investors worries over the Euro zone resurfaced, consequently sparking a rally in the gold market. Futures prices for the yellow metal soared over $30, managing to close just around Read more…

NYSE:XLI

Morning Call: Google (GOOG) Drives Market Gap Up

October 14th, 2011

The market held in very strong yesterday, bouncing off the most shallow retracement level. When the market doesn’t get even a re-test of secondary support, it is an extremely bullish sign. We outlined the 1187-1195 area in the S&P, and this morning we are back knocking on that 1220 door Read more…

NYSE:MOO, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:XLI

Morning Call: Stocks Lower Despite JPM Earnings Beat

October 13th, 2011

US stock futures point to a lower open on Wall Street Thursday following Wednesday’s final hour reversal. The market is tracking declines in European markets, with the Stoxx Europe 600 Index dropping 1%. Bulls will look to protect key retracement levels and hold onto gains from the Read more…

NYSE:MOO, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:XLI

What’s Behind This 5-Day Market Rally? (NYSE:XLB, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XLI)

October 11th, 2011

Despite signals from the bond market that there is a 60% chance of recession and little more than promises from European leaders that they are just about to fix their debt and banking crisis, investors have gorged themselves for five-days at a smorgasbord of cyclical treats and a Read more…

NYSE:XLB, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XLI

Morning Call: Slovak Vote Weighs on Overbought Market

October 11th, 2011

US stock futures look to be digesting yesterday’s gains on Tuesday morning after all major indices jumped around 3% to start the week. World markets are a bit jittery this morning as Slovakia is set to vote on plans to bolster the European Financial Stability Fund. The country’s Freedom and Solidarity party is expected to abstain from the vote, leaving the government short of votes needed for Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU, NYSE:MOO, NYSE:SLV, NYSE:XLI

Morning Call: European Promise, Earnings Season Lead to Resurgent Optimism

October 10th, 2011

A promise from France and Germany to recapitalize Europe’s banks continues to drive the bullish action, as futures are 12-15 handles higher this morning. Over the weekend leaders of the Europe’s Read more…

NASDAQ:QQQ, NASDAQ:QQQQ, NYSE:MOO, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:XLI

October Signals From The Sector Rotation Model (SPY, XLF, XLB, XLI, XLE, XLV)

October 7th, 2011

Corey Rosenbloom: What is the broader Sector Rotation Model saying about the current state of the stock market? Let’s take a look from two perspectives:  January to October (year to date) and then from the May 2011 peak to present. Read more…

NYSE:XLB, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XLF, NYSE:XLI, NYSE:XLK, NYSE:XLU, NYSE:XLV, NYSE:XLY

Morning Call: Stocks Rise as Germany Takes First Step Toward Expanding EFSF

September 29th, 2011

US stock futures point to a higher open Thursday after Germany’s lower house of parliament voted to approve enhanced powers for the European Financial Stability- the Euro Zone’s Bailout fund. Read more…

NYSE:OIH, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:XLI, NYSE:XLK

Wednesday’s ETF To Watch: Industrial Select Sector SPDR (XLI)

September 28th, 2011

Eric Dutram: As the European debt crisis goes on the back-burner thanks to hopes for a new bailout package, focus is beginning to shift back to the United States and our own economic problems. Read more…

NYSE:XLI

A Bounce For The Bears? (XLI, DTO, SRS, DIA, QQQ, SPY, IWM)

September 27th, 2011

Stocks posted solid gains on Monday but on mixed trade. In a whipsaw session stocks began the day higher but sold off until 10:30 at which time the market caught a bid, steadily climbed until noon, reversed again and sold off until 2:00pm and then rallied sharply into the close. Read more…

NYSE:DIA, NYSE:DTO, NYSE:SRS, NYSE:XLI

Morning Call: Stock Futures Slide on Global Growth Fears (SPY, RTH, SMH, XLI, GLD)

August 18th, 2011

S&P futures are down 23 handles after a bit more subdued action over the last few days. There seemed to be some underlying weakness so far this week, but each time the market has looked in trouble buyers stepped in to save the day. As we have stated all week, now is not a time to get loose and sloppy with your trading. The action is almost entirely headline driven, so it has been very likely that we would get more troubling headlines that Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:RTH, NYSE:SMH, NYSE:SPY




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