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Monthly Archives: September 2010

Market Still Range-Bound? SPX, Nasdaq, AAPL, NFLX, AIG, ESI, APOL, DV, COCO, CECO, CF, AGU, MOS, POT, ACN, GYMB

 Subscribe via Email (FREE) This morning, the market jumped higher at open, as jobless claims dropped.  However, the buying did not last for more than an hour before the selling started.  The market rallied all month and has been trading in a tight range around SPX 1140 for almost 2 weeks.  SPX got close to 1160 this morning [...]

Gold Jumps Above $1300! SPX, Nasdaq, GLD, GOLD, AEM, RGLD, AAPL, NFLX, CRM, GOOG

The market slumped at the open after seeing a drop in the consumer confidence.  However, the market rallied back after the first hour of trading.  Gold spiked up after trading also down initially and ended near $1310/ounce!  Gold miners went higher as well:  GOLD +2.54%, AEM +2.5%, RGLD +2.9%.  Some recent leaders such as AAPL [...]

Market Forecast + Sector Watch: SPX, Nasdaq, XME, XLE, XLF, INX2, PCLN, NFLX, AMZN, SINA, SOHU, GOOG, AAPL, APA, APC, SLB, NOV, CAT, FCX, BTU, WLT, AIG, GS, V, MA

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9/24/10 Weekly Wrap: GOOG, AMZN, ABX, LVS, WYNN

The market had another strong week, which we will further review tomorrow as our Market Forecast was once again right on target.  We had another very good week, with basically all of our closing trades in the GR$$N.  On Friday, we made some very good trades on GOOG and AMZN.  Yes, the GOOG trade was a +75% [...]

Market Pulls Back On Jobs Data: SPX, Nasdaq, LVS, ABX, NFLX, RHT, SPWRA, TIBX, NKE, PBR, AAPL, AMZN

On Tuesday, in my evening article, I said, "VIX came back up to close above 22 today.  So, we’ll have to be a little more cautious."  In addition, in our Trading Room, I told our members: September 21, 2010 8:32 AM market can see a quick pullback to test 1120-1125 in the next couple of [...]

Can We Move Higher While Overbought?

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Market Mixed After Fed Holds Rates Unchanged: SPX, Nasdaq, AMZN, AAPL, GOOG, RIMM, ADBE

As mentioned in my Market Forecast this weekend, "the market may be hesitant ahead of the FOMC meeting on Tuesday."  The market was directionless before the Fed’s decision was announced.  After the Fed announced holding interest rates unchanged and its plan to provide further help if needed, the market still was not able to act [...]

Market Forecast + Sector Watch: SPX, Nasdaq, GLD, XME, XLE, XLF, GOLD, NEM, ABX, NOV, APC, APA, HES, GS, MA, BLK

The market made further gains this week, in accordance with the Market Forecast last weekend: "For the new week, we’ll once again look to see if the market indices can catch up with the daily upper BB.  Once there, the market should be able to sail higher.  The immediate resistances are still SPX 1200 and Nasdaq 2300.  [...]

9/17/10 Weekly Wrap: GOOG, GS, GOLD, CME

The market made further gains this week, in accordance with my Market Forecast (which we will review tomorrow + new forecast for next week).  However, I’m a little cautious about the weakness in the energy and mining (except for gold, of course) sectors.  Nevertheless, we cashed out on some profits and here are the closed trades [...]

Market Still Consolidating: SPX, Nasdaq, FDX, RIMM, ORCL, GME, AAPL, AMZN, GLD

On Tuesday, in my evening article, I said, "We’ll need to see some strength in the energy and mining stocks to push higher.  Otherwise, we may need to take a breather and consolidate." In the past 2 days, energy and mining stocks were still lacking strength, and the broader market still appeared to be consolidating.  [...]