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OIL AS A SPECULATIVE CHIP

OIL AS A SPECULATIVE CHIP

Rarely does the focus of my analysis revolve around fundamentals. However, when it comes to oil? I think little is needed to argue the strategic importance of oil, as it provides the primary cornerstone of our global economy. Recent slides in it’s price have caused me to reflect on its role throughout time,as a primary […]

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Why Financial Speculation is so Special

Why Financial Speculation is so Special

In order for most businesses and most things in general, to work and be successful, some amount of marketing is required. Herein lies the major difference between “most businesses”,and trading. In fact, I’m certain this is a primary feature that attracted me to trading more than thirty years ago. For the most part, in the […]

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The Thrill of Trading

The Thrill of Trading

I recently wrote a piece touting the importance of market timing as a lead up to my upcoming webinar. The primary focus of the article was the idea that time targets are complimentary to price targets, and as such more fully equip a trader. In my mentoring of other traders, through the years, and certainly […]

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I get my edge from timing

I get my edge from timing

A basic premise of technical analysis is that all information one needs is contained in the price. By extension, each and every day and in fact each and every moment, a market’s price composed of a time and a price component. In other words this space/time or more specifically price/time continuum of energy is what […]

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Near Term Trades

Near Term Trades

Optimally, my analysis projects junction points in the energy curves of  a market, which enables me to isolate turning point zones that act as edge domains. Both numerical and geometric analyses are employed to delineate these profit zones. In environs less than optimal, I’ll consider and utilize any approach which might isolate alignments leading to […]

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Markets approach critical point

Markets approach critical point

W.D. Gann stressed the idea that “When time has come, then and only then will a market move”. More deeply his insights point to the equivalency of time and price as superficial markers of energy. Current calculations suggest that time is running out for various financial sectors to reach critical resonance points correlated with directional […]

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Benefiting from intermarket relationships

Benefiting from intermarket relationships

A fundamental perspective concerning factors responsible for financial market behavior recognizes the particular sensitivities a given market has to specific fundamental phenomena. A market’s peculiar set of sensitivities, in fact largely distinguish it from an alternate market. Markets that typically trend in the same direction, such as stocks and bonds are positively correlated. Market sectors, such as […]

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Scaling: A key to unlocking the order in the Chaos

Scaling: A key to unlocking the order in the Chaos

A basic premise of technical analysis is that all the information one needs, is contained in the price. By extension each and everyday and in fact each and every moment, a market’s price is composed of  a time and a price component. In other words this space/time or more specifically price/time continuum of energy is […]

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Numbers -The Matrix of All Market Motion

Numbers -The Matrix of All Market Motion

Financial time series modeling should incorporate cyclical analysis. The basis of all cycles is vibration. If an object or a system is stationary, in a particular reference frame, then presumably there is no vibration; although the potential for vibration does exist. If at some point, a polarity manefests, the stationary system aquires the potential for […]

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Using Technical Analysis to Conjure Up a Trade

Using Technical Analysis to Conjure Up a Trade

  Sometimes, when I’m waiting for all the alignments I think create a perfect setup for a trade entry, I get tired of waiting. For example, the next big move, and thereby trade, I anticipate in the stock sector is on August 15th. While I’m waiting for that “ideal” setup to arrive, I’ll sometimes attempt […]

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