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Trading opportunities in the aftermath of Brexit!

Trading opportunities in the aftermath of Brexit!

  Trading opportunities in the aftermath of Brexit! This webinar will highlight specific markets which would be expected to respond to the results of the vote in Great Britain concerning their status relative to the European union. Whatever the outcome the event is expected to impute a significant degree of volatility to the major capital […]

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The Near Term Forecast for the Market

The Near Term Forecast for the Market

    The Near Term Forecast for the Market As we approach the middle of 2016, the capital markets, and stocks in particular, have experienced a growing surge of information from various sectors. Approaching the third and final quarters, I expect the informational onslaught to increase in its velocity and little let up is in […]

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The Psychology of Investing

The Psychology of Investing

    The Psychology of Investing Consideration of the behavioral finance components involved in speculation is an element critical to success. However important an “appropriate internal state” might be in terms of improving one’s odds, it doesn’t supplant the amount of edge that is requisite. Nevertheless, an integration of both edge, and psychology (along with […]

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Intermarket Relationships & Current Trades

Intermarket Relationships & Current Trades

    If nothing else, the first quarter of 2016 has seen a continuation of the heightened volatility, carried over from last year, in various capital market sectors. The spectrum of events that have so far impacted the financial landscape have created and set up some tremendous moves, leading to large profits being generated. Moving […]

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Market Math! The key to successful trading.

Market Math! The key to successful trading.

    Essentially numbers are the root of market motion. So if you understand numbers, their patterns, and relationships, you get insight to the patterns and behavior of market action. Numerical analysis, allows the trader to make sense of the “news” that is constantly being generated concerning a given market. As such, numbers represent an […]

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Let Bonds Lead the Way.

Let Bonds Lead the Way.

    If nothing else, marked levels of volatility have characterized the financial landscape since the start of 2016. The same volatility has made normally complicated analysis and forecasting more challenging than it normally is. The stock market in particular seems in the last few weeks to be especially schizophrenic, defying various attempts at offering […]

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The Future Course for the Dollar!

The Future Course for the Dollar!

    2015 has certainly been a year marked by heightened volatility in the capital markets. An assortment of factors suggest that 2016 will continue to evidence high volatility worldwide. Central bank activity has become increasingly pivotal as a player central to such volatility. Accordingly, to a great extant, US dollar movement may often provide […]

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Emotional States of Trading

Emotional States of Trading

    Ultimately, of greatest importance in the effort to ensure speculative success, is the composite state of internal emotions that governs a trading plan’s implementation. Assuming a trader is using an analytical model which has proven to locate value, internal modification of one’s mental state is key to ensure that the model is not […]

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Analysis of the U.S. Dollar

Analysis of the U.S. Dollar

      The affairs of the United States directly impact the U.S. dollar, which in turn impacts the broader spectrum of world currencies. This in turn impacts all of the major capital markets, both domestically, and globally. Often “high value” investment strategies arise as a consequence of the importance the dollar has on the […]

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Examination of the Bond Market

Examination of the Bond Market

      I recently took a short position in the bond market, the outcome, which I project, to be determined by the course of yields, and lending policies, both domestic and global. I will present an array of technicals, which in aggregate, may point to more probable central bank policies. I will highlight the […]

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