Trump trading trauma tripped-up those who got bullish on the nominal rate hike of the prior session so that set-up a terrific trading gain, writes veteran trader Gene Inger on Thursday night.
Knowing all you know and don’t know about cryptocurrencies, you have decided that you want to trade them. What are your choices? Will you day trade cryptos? If so, what exactly is a day trade in these 24-hour global markets, asks veteran trader Jake Bernstein on Friday.
If we learned anything about February it was that the wall of worry can be climbed. The question is whether the degree of difficulty in the March ascent matters. Did we have a slip and need to start over, asks Bob Savage on Friday.
Upheaval of the status-quo is really what the current angst, aside the monetary policy concern (and daily relief) is all about, writes Gene Inger, Wednesday, in The Inger Letter.
The regulators are coming after cryptocurrency quick-buck artists. Big surprise, right? In Japan, regulators just shut down two exchanges. This could be a preview of what could happen in the U.S., writes Jon Markman, editor of The Power Elite and Tech Trend Trader.
We added three high-yielding stocks last month to the Retirement Paycheck portfolio, and they already are adding to the bottom line, explains Bob Carlson, editor Retirement Watch.
When Blackberry (BB) was initially bought in our portfolio in 2013, some reckoned we were taking on a clunker — but we saw a mud-covered Cadillac with three, maybe four, flat tires, jests Benj Gallander, a leading contrarian value investor and editor of Contra the Heard.
American Assets Trust (AAT) is a real estate investment trust headquartered in San Diego. The trust formed in 2011 as a successor to American Assets Inc. — a privately held real estate business with decades of experience and knowledge of its core real estate markets, asserts Mark Skousen, editor of High-Income Alert.
I don’t have any idea where the stock market will go over the short term. But I do know that if we keep buying stocks when we get them for bargain prices, we can’t help but make money, asserts value investing expert Charles Mizrahi, editor of Park Avenue Investment Club.
Stefanie Kammerman, The Stock Whisperer, to tell you the Whisper of the Week: FCX, IAU, F in my weekly Thursday video under six minutes and my transcript. And recaps of last time: DBO, USO, EWC, IU, GE.
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The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee raised the upper bound a quarter percentage point of its Fed Funds limit to 1.75% Wednesday. Here what it means, writes Nell Sloane of Capital Trading Group. More on the Walmart e-commerce dispute, Larry Kudlow, Facebook and Abra.
The next near-term support area for SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY)—a good area for writing covered SPY calls one-month out--should lie around 267, near the March 1 close (the lowest close in the past five weeks) and the lower Bollinger band, says Marvin Appel, MD, PhD.
The only barometer for the risk-on and risk-off world that seems to be working is the Japanese yen (JPY/USD). Watching 105.22 to see if the fire in the bog burns to the point where we can see more clearly, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research Thursday from Dublin.
Bull market stocks — those whose businesses benefit from a strong stock and bond market — have perked back up as the market has lifted back to its highs, explains Mike Cintolo, growth stock expert and editor of Cabot Top Ten Trader.
High yield has fallen from favor. Because many high-yield stocks are low-growth companies with high payout ratios, high-yield stocks are viewed as bond-like investments, explains Ian Wyatt, income expert and editor of High Yield Wealth.
We are raising our rating on Booking Holdings Inc. (BKNG), formerly Priceline Group, to buy from hold; the company changed its name from Priceline Group on February 21, 2018, explains John Staszak, analyst with Argus Research.
NV5 Global (NVEE) is a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions to public and private sectors, notes small cap expert Tom Bishop, editor of BI Research.
The Fed announced in addition to rate hikes for this year there will also be three next year as well. Markets were all over the map without conviction as they might be asking the same question you are, says Jeff Greenblatt, editor of The Fibonacci Forecaster.
Facebook hasn’t been clear that data might go beyond their data centers, and there is no decent way to track that. Facebook policies are lame and likely to be changed. That’s why there is potential pressure on earnings, writes Gene Inger Tuesday in The Inger Letter.
At TradersExpo New York, Jake Bernstein on momentum, a beautiful indicator but you have to use it the right way. I use the 28 period on any chart, any timeframe. Stocks, futures, forex.
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At TradersExpo New York, Tom Sosnoff: How I got started in the stock market. In the middle of the recession. I took the job. A golden nugget miracle. Then I was as a floor trader in Chicago.
At TradersExpo New York, Bob Savage: risk parity is used to allocate your asset portfolio. Think of their risk and return. It takes the assets and allocates equal amounts of risk based on volatility.
At TradersExpo New York, Marvin Appel: I find that a weekly MACD is most effective for bonds, in particular, the 6-19 week MACD on interest rates or prices of bond ETFs, or credit quality spreads.
At TradersExpo New York, Don Kaufman explains the difference between stock market implied volatility and historic volatility--and what it means for investors and traders.
At TradersExpo New York, Ryan Wilday on cryptocurrencies and why he's long-term bullish and short-term tentative. He explains how ElliottWaveTrader.net is used in his live trading room with cryptos.
At TradersExpo New York, John Person talks about Persons Pivot and momentum indicators on stock charts. It can be used in one-minute scalping to monthly charts for longer-term analysis.
At MoneyShow Orlando, John Eade's stock picks in artificial intelligence: Google (GOOGL), 3M (MMM), Parker Hanefin (PH), Rio Tinto (RIO), BHP Billiton (BBL). He's CEO of Argus Research.