Stock Exchange: These Styles Will Come Back

The Stock Exchange is all about trading. Each week, we do the following: Discuss an important issue for traders, highlight several technical trading methods, including current ideas, feature advise from top traders and writers, and provide a few (minority) reactions from fundamental analysts. We also have some fun. We welcome comments, links and ideas to help us […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: Investment Effects of the Changing Political Landscape

The economic calendar is a modest one featuring the JOLTS report and inflation data. NFIB optimism and Michigan sentiment continue to be important since confidence is part of the current economic issue.  The relative lack of economic news leaves plenty of time for the punditry to offer “explanations” for each 1% market move.  The main […]

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Stock Exchange: ETFs Kill Fundamentals, Technicals Matter

The Stock Exchange is all about trading. Each week, we do the following: Discuss an important issue for traders, highlight several technical trading methods, including current ideas, feature advise from top traders and writers, and provide a few (minority) reactions from fundamental analysts. We also have some fun. We welcome comments, links and ideas to […]

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Stock Exchange: How Big Will The Next Market Pullback Be?

The Stock Exchange is all about trading. Each week, we do the following: Discuss an important issue for traders, highlight several technical trading methods, including current ideas, feature advise from top traders and writers, and provide a few (minority) reactions from fundamental analysts. We also have some fun. We welcome comments, links and ideas to […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: A Bigger Wall Now Under Construction

The economic calendar is important this week featuring data on personal income and spending and the Fed’s favorite inflation measure, the PCE index.  Housing data includes four reports, with new home sales of special interest.  There are also reports on consumer sentiment from both the Conference Board and the University of Michigan. Most of the […]

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