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I have added no longs and 4 shorts to the list for Thursday. After closed trades there will be 9 longs and 10 shorts on the list. I have tightened stops on the longs as key support levels and inflection points become apparent. I am starting...Show More Summary
Federal tax collections data gives us a leg up on the market, because it tells us what to expect when the lagging economic data indicators are released later. That puts us ahead of the crowd, which is waiting for biased Wall Street pundits to interpret already stale, manipulated data, when it's finally released. Show More Summary
Breaking one of two critical levels on the chart will signal the direction of gold’s next big move. This report gives those levels and the likely targets if one or the other is broken. Click here to download the report (Pro Trader Precious Metals Report Subscribers). Show More Summary
Shah Gilani has been one of the most consistently bullish, enthusiastic voices on Wall Street. He's correctly called plenty of the Dow's upward milestones, too. Long term, that hasn't changed, but in the immediate future - as in, "any...Show More Summary
Venezuela launched the Petro, an oil-backed cryptocurrency that is supposed to augment (strike that: replace) the totally debased fiat currency the country has. And the launch is a pure gas, surrounded by bombastic claims from crypto-fans who can't be... The post Cryptos Fans Checkmating Themselves on Petro was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Silver prices this week are rallying after a dramatic market correction in February. In fact, the precious metal has outperformed the S&P 500 over the last week, and the gains are likely to continue. The post Here’s Where Silver Prices This Week Are Heading as the Market Rebounds was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
The National Association of Realtors is confused. The trade group for real estate professionals and salespeople just reported a significant drop in the level of resales for January 2018. After peaking at an annual pace of 5.72 million...Show More Summary
The central banks'/states' power to maintain a permanent bull market in stocks and bonds is eroding.There is nothing natural about the stability of the past 9 years. The bullish trends in risk assets are artificial constructs of central bank/state... The post The End of (Artificial) Stability was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
US Existing Home Sales declined 3.2% MoM in January, but fell 4.8% YoY (SA). That is the lowest growth rate since 2014. The post US Existing Home Sales Fall 5% YoY To 2014 Levels As Inventory Remains Near All-time Lows was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Yes, The Federal Reserve has been taking it easy with monetary policy since November 2008 when their QE program began. The problem is … its is now 2018 and over 10 years after. And The Fed is finding it hard to go home to rate normalization. The...Show More Summary
(Bloomberg) — $35b auction was awarded at 2.658%, matching the When Issued (WI) yield at bidding deadline, highest 5Y auction stop since 2.665% in December 2009; The post US Treasury 5Y Auction Nets 2.66%, Highest Since December 2009 (TYVIX Vol Remains Subdued) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
The price of gold this week is trending upward after a volatile stock market correction in early February. While tumbling stocks temporarily weakened gold prices, the yellow metal is rallying again. In fact, gold has regained everything...Show More Summary
Total liquidity will turn flat and eventually turn negative later this year as the Fed pulls money out of the system. Here’s why it should lead to rapid deflation of the stock market bubble. Macroliquidity Pro subscribers , click here to download complete report in pdf format. Show More Summary
Yes, Treasury will sell a quarter of a trillion dollars of bills and notes this week to fund the Crazy Train spending habits of the US Congress. The post Crazy Train! U.S. Yields Climb as Treasury Set to Sell A Quarter of a Trillion Dollars In Bills and Notes (At Least Momentum Stocks Look Good!) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
The 13 week and 6-7 week cycle lows were due last week and the 4 week cycle low was overdue. They turned with a vengeance. However, only the short term indicators are confirming the turn. Here are the key benchmarks and indications to watch this week. Show More Summary
The Federal Reserve bought millions of dollars of 10-year Treasury notes when it began their asset purchases back in 2008. And now those same 10-year Treasury notes are maturing. The result? The post Is The Fed Killing Off Mortgage Purchase Applications? (Balance Sheet Run-off) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Despite what Trump's administration would want you to believe - namely, that it's all for a strong dollar - it's really just a fake-out. The post Spotting Trump’s Strong-Dollar Fake-Out Is Critical for Your Money was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Interest rates are on the rise and banks may be calling The Federal Reserve singing “Where Were You When I Need You? The post January C&I Lending Growth Only 1.2% YoY As Interest Rates And Bank Stress Increase was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
The greatest flaw in central banker doctrine/strategy was to believe that after intervening temporarily with reflationary measures the system would stabilize and gravitate right back to normal operations. Central bankers reflated a deeply...Show More Summary
The list’s current performance is weaker than the past couple of weeks. That is entirely due to 5 trades put on since Wednesday that haven’t had a chance to develop yet. Obviously, going the right way is not guaranteed, but the new trades need time play out. Show More Summary