Category: Trading Articles

Bottoms Up or Top Down?

There are two ways to approach the equity market. You can view it from top down (macro to micro) or bottom up (micro to macro). This is true not only for fundamental analysis but for technical analysis as well. Usually traders and investors focus on one approach or the other and there is and has been a lot of arguments about which approach is best. Like most things, it depends. It depends on your mental make up, on your objectives and a number of other lessor factors. One thing is clear though, markets are comprised of sectors which can be further broken down into industry groups where like companies compete with their products and services. At the lowest level are all the companies that comprise the market.

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  • Written by LA Little

Category: Trading Articles

$Gold- 1436 target, 1399.2, 1451.4 nested targets Update 7/30/14

Bulls need to leave the upper triangle trendline behind- see the following 16 month chart.

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  • Written by Gary Caumont

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TNA- bearish below 76.17 Update 7/30/14

Bears are in the drivers seat as long as we remain below 76.17- see the following 125hr 30min chart.

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  • Written by Gary Caumont

Category: Trading Articles

The Great Unwind is Approaching

In this bull of bull markets, getting any selling that lasts for more than a day or two is practically unheard of anymore. However, with an increasing number of voting members of the Fed now indicating that raising rates sooner rather than later is appropriate, it appears that the Yellen honeymoon is slowly but surely coming to a close and the great unwind is approaching.

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  • Written by LA Little

Category: Trading Articles

JNUG- 43.68 intermediate term target Update 7/30/14

Bulls have their sights set on a 43.68 target- see the following 7month daily chart.

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  • Written by Gary Caumont