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From a technical standpoint, the US stock market overnight ran into resistance and rejected the VWAP and High Volume Node (HVN) at 1883 and retraced half the days rally. The market has hit this level, rejected it and gone on to create new lows in the next one to two days previously at least twice. The probability of the market…
Even though the US market was closed overnight for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Friday’s TRIN indicator suggested that the market was oversold. In general, when the TRIN indicator is excessively high, it indicates that there is indiscriminate selling on very high volumes.
Only 2 weeks into 2016 and we have fallen more than an average move in the market over a fully 12 months. Welcome to 2016, as this is only the precursor to what the rest of the year has in mind for us. Having said that it’s not going to be all one way traffic as we will have our fair share of swings and roundabouts along the way. They say when something or someone finally gets their face ...
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The US market made valiant attempts during the overnight session (which is correlated to the Asian and European markets) in the last 4 days to try and rally higher, but was met with consistent selling during the US session with some rallying towards the end.
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2016 has already bolted out of the gates in a major way and this year more than ever you will need a Jungle Guide to help you through the markets. I am currently putting together my Special Report 2015 – The Year That Was and 2016 - The Year Ahead and from the work I have done so far the only way to make money this year will be via ...
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There is a constant battle between the Active Vs Passive management world and which one best brings home the bacon. There are fantastic arguments on both sides of the fence and metrics to measure performance but...
If Santa Claus is coming to the market this year we will know this week, as this is make or break week. This week also sees a number of other important events taking place. The first being the FED and the long expected first interest rate rise in years (16th at 2.00pm EST in the US) followed by option expiry for the local index (XJO) and stocks, both on the same day, this Thursday 17th. We have XJO expiry with the opening match and then stock expiry with the closing match, so expect to see some volatility on the back of this, especially since it follows the FED decision only hours before. Then the US has its own Triple Witching expiry on Friday and it’s one of the biggest for the year. For more on this please find attached this week’s Market Commentary looking at the Australian and US markets.
There are important lessons from last week. Like one day doesn’t make a trend. Irrespective of how compelling a day looks we will always need more than one day to confirm a trend. Being aware of where resistance is and what the cycles are doing are essential in helping to position oneself on the correct side of the market. This last week was a very good example of this being the case..
It’s just 26 days to Christmas and counting. Each year I say how it feels as if Christmas comes around faster and faster and maybe that’s because I am getting older or life is just moving faster? Whatever the reason I think we are all in the same boat. The $64,000 question is will we have a Santa Claus rally and if so when, if it hasn’t already started? Markets take on a different character approaching, during and after the holidays and we should look to use this to our advantage
There is a strong seasonal pattern surrounding this holiday in the US. The seasonal pattern is that the markets generally rallies the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and, the shorten trading session of, the Friday following.
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