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Gold, Copper, and Oil Forecasted the Recent Selloff in the S&P 500

For the past several weeks, everywhere I looked all I could find was bullish articles. After the fiscal cliff was patched at the last second, prices surged into the 2013 and have since climbed higher all the way into late February. I warned members of my service that this runaway move to the upside which [...]

Signs that a Correction Maybe Near in the SPX, RUT & DJIA

The great market prognosticators have by now came out with their 2013 predictions about financial markets. It seems to me to be a fool’s game to try to predict what financial markets are going to do in the future. I want to be clear in stating that I do not know what is going to [...]

What the VIX Term Structure is Saying About the Fiscal Cliff

The past few weeks have been full of a constant barrage of press conferences and public statements from the charlatans in Washington D.C. Politicians cannot pass up a chance to get in front of the cameras and the media has used the “fiscal cliff” as a mechanism to scare average Americans further about their future. [...]

Why the S&P 500 & Gold Rallied in the Face of Negative News

The amount of negative news that we have seen recently has been mind-blowing. Europe is going into recession, Greece and several other countries are on the verge of bankruptcy, the Middle East is a powder-keg, and the U.S. is facing a fiscal cliff. Shockingly for most retail traders, the past week has produced a very [...]

The Weekly Technical Take

Good afternoon members! So far in this session we are not seeing anything real exciting taking place in the equity space, but we do have some action going on in commodity futures today. In the equity indices we are seeing relative weakness in the Nasdaq 100 futures due to the large pullback in AAPL today. The [...]

Copper Prices Signaling a Top in the S&P500

The past 5 – 6 weeks have seen equity prices move considerably higher amid growing concerns regarding the European debt crisis, the instability of the Middle East, and ultimately the potential for a major economic slowdown in the United States. U.S. equity indexes have continued to climb the proverbial “Wall of Worry” since the first [...]

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