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Bulldoodoo, Mr. Market

Relief rallies can be powerful and misleading in that they end up as shown in hindsight as a bull trap.
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U.S. Steel Corp. Is Too Heavy

In the end, earnings and management do matter. U.S. Steel Corp. is a short.

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Wall St. Shrinking Workforce- Not Good

One thing I’ve learned over the years of being on, around, with, under, on top of, at the bottom of Wall Street and the markets: when brokerage firms start laying off brokers, traders, and staff, there is a major slowdown coming (recession?). Continue reading

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How To Know If You’re An Investor Or A Trader

“Calling someone who trades actively an investor is like calling someone who repeatedly engages in one-night stands a romantic.” Continue reading

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If No One Knows, Why Try To Tell Us?

I guess I’ve reached that point between age and experience where I need to throw a flag and call, “bullpoopydoodle.” Continue reading

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Last Trading Day In May

So what do we know? We know that we can get eleven differing economic outlooks from ten economists looking at the same data. Continue reading

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You’ve Decided To Trade The Stock Market

You’ve decided to trade the stock market. Okay, in all honesty, you’re pretty sure this may be equal to the outcomes that usually follow: “Here. Hold my beer. Watch this.” Continue reading

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End Of The Quarter Getting Messy

At the close for March 30, 2015   Dow +263.65 at 17976.31, Nasdaq +56.22 at 4947.44, S&P+25.22 at 2086.24 ** Sector performance  ** Industry Performance  ** Domestic economic data due ** Earnings Due The averages rallied during Monday’s session with the … Continue reading

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What’s Your Time Frame?

Stalk your trade. Plan your trade. Trade your plan… according to your time frame. Continue reading

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The Trader Climbs A Wall Of Worry

However, the death of price discovery, the essence of the basic function of the stock market as it sorts out supply and demand, should have all participants concerned. Continue reading

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