Nasdaq Composite: Will The March High Mark A Goodbye
The month of March has produced some major turning points for the Nasdaq Composite over the last 20 years. The Nasdaq topped in March of 2000 and bottomed 9 years later in March 2009. Is it possible that 9 years after the major bottom, we put in a major top (March 2018). In a recent article, […]

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Not Too Much Support After EUR/USD Broke Down
The Technical Confluences Indicator showed that the recent fall of the EUR/USD was powerful as it breached a critical cluster of support lines at $1.2360. This opens the door to dropping to much lower levels as support lines are few and far between. The $1.2360 region is the congestion of the Simple Moving Average 50-1h, the SMA200-15m, the […]

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An Asymmetric Opportunity In Precious Metals
Articles I’m reading: Jeff Bezos’ latest annual letter to shareholders is fresh off the press. His letters are always worth a read, and this one is no exception. This year, Bezos asks the question of whether high standards are intrinsic or teachable (he believes they’re teachable). He then lays out his, and Amazon’s, philosophy for […]

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Wells Fargo Agrees To Pay Record $1BN Fine In Settlement With Mulvaney’s CFPB
As was widely expected, Wells Fargo announced today that it has agreed to pay a $1 billion fine to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in what is the largest fine ever levied by the CFPB in its six-year existence. The fine was levied over Wells’ shady sales practices, including […]

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E China Will Do Everything In Its Power To Avoid A Trade War
“Because China has a higher export-to-GDP ratio than the US, its leaders are more concerned with defending the global trading system than with preserving any particular bilateral balance. By eschewing escalation in response to the Trump administration’s widening tariffs on its exports, China avoids jeopardizing the system. (Barry Eichengreen, Can a Trade War be Averted?, […]

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Nasdaq Composite: Will The March High Mark A Goodbye

Nasdaq Composite: Will The March High Mark A Goodbye

The month of March has produced some major turning points for the Nasdaq Composite over the last 20 years. The Nasdaq topped in March of 2000 and bottomed 9 years later in March 2009. Is it possible that 9 years after the major bottom, we put in a major top (March 2018). In a recent article, […]
Not Too Much Support After EUR/USD Broke Down

Not Too Much Support After EUR/USD Broke Down

The Technical Confluences Indicator showed that the recent fall of the EUR/USD was powerful as it breached a critical cluster of support lines at $1.2360. This opens the door to dropping to much lower levels as support lines are few and far between. The $1.2360 region is the congestion of the Simple Moving Average 50-1h, the SMA200-15m, the […]
An Asymmetric Opportunity In Precious Metals

An Asymmetric Opportunity In Precious Metals

Articles I’m reading: Jeff Bezos’ latest annual letter to shareholders is fresh off the press. His letters are always worth a read, and this one is no exception. This year, Bezos asks the question of whether high standards are intrinsic or teachable (he believes they’re teachable). He then lays out his, and Amazon’s, philosophy for […]
Wells Fargo Agrees To Pay Record $1BN Fine In Settlement With Mulvaney’s CFPB

Wells Fargo Agrees To Pay Record $1BN Fine In Settlement With Mulvaney’s CFPB

As was widely expected, Wells Fargo announced today that it has agreed to pay a $1 billion fine to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in what is the largest fine ever levied by the CFPB in its six-year existence. The fine was levied over Wells’ shady sales practices, including […]
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                        China Will Do Everything In Its Power To Avoid A Trade War

E China Will Do Everything In Its Power To Avoid A Trade War

“Because China has a higher export-to-GDP ratio than the US, its leaders are more concerned with defending the global trading system than with preserving any particular bilateral balance. By eschewing escalation in response to the Trump administration’s widening tariffs on its exports, China avoids jeopardizing the system. (Barry Eichengreen, Can a Trade War be Averted?, […]
SunTrust (STI) Beats On Q1 Earnings, Revenues Stable Y/Y

SunTrust (STI) Beats On Q1 Earnings, Revenues Stable Y/Y

Have you been eager to see how SunTrust Banks, Inc. (STI – Free Report) performed in Q1 in comparison with the market expectations? Let’s quickly scan through the key facts from this Atlanta-based commercial banking organization’s earnings release this morning: An Earnings Beat SunTrust came out with earnings per share of $1.29, which surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of […]
Stock Charts Today – Friday, April 20

Stock Charts Today – Friday, April 20

A review of today’s commodities, stocks, ETFs, stock market indexes and cryptocurrencies. Video Length: 00:18:15
The CRB And What It Means For The Overall Commodity Complex

The CRB And What It Means For The Overall Commodity Complex

The CRB index has recently broken above the 200 level. Lead by energy/oil since it is a major component of the CRB there are also some other commodities that are also breaking out. Nickel and aluminum are a couple of those commodities moving up but mostly on the back on political news regarding sanctions and […]
The Incredible Silver Trade – What You Need To Know

The Incredible Silver Trade – What You Need To Know

Everyone is talking about the incredible price move in silver on April 18, 2018. Now, everyone wants to know what’s next. Here is our take on the Silver trade and what you need to know. All the technical and price valuation indicators regarding the relationship of Gold to Silver have been set for many months […]
GE Records Strong Start To 2018, Beats Q1 Earnings, Revenues

GE Records Strong Start To 2018, Beats Q1 Earnings, Revenues

Industrial goods manufacturer General Electric Company (GE – Free Report) is aiming to focus on its core industrial operations after completing the GE Capital exit plan. CEO John Flannery plans to script a turnaround in the company, with 2018 being termed as a “reset year”. Flannery intends to focus on just three core segments — power, aviation and health-care […]