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Posted by Chris Vermeulen - The Gold & Oil Guy

on Wednesday, 27 September 2017 06:13

A quick look at any of the US majors will show most investors that the markets have recently been pushing upward towards new all-time highs.  These traditional market instruments can be misleading at times when relating the actual underlying technical and fundamental price activities.  Today, we are going to explore some research using our custom index instruments that we use to gauge and relate more of the underlying market price action.

What if we told you to prepare for a potentially massive price swing over the next few months?  What if we told you that the US and Global markets are setting up for what could be the “October Surprise of 2017” and very few analysts have identified this trigger yet?  Michael Bloomberg recently stated “I cannot for the life of me understand why the market keeps going up”.  Want to know why this perception continues and what the underlying factors of market price activity are really telling technicians?

At ATP provide full-time dedicated research and trading signal solution for professional and active traders.  Our research team has dedicated thousands or hours into developing a series of specialized modeling systems and analysis tools to assist us in finding successful trading opportunities as well as key market fundamentals.  In the recent past, we have accurately predicted multiple VIX Spikes, in some cases to the exact day, and market signals that have proven to be great successes for our clients.  Today, we’re going to share with you something that you may choose to believe or not – but within 60 days, we believe you’ll be searching the internet to find this article again knowing ATP (ActiveTradingPartners.com) accurately predicted one of the biggest moves of the 21st century.  Are you ready?

Let’s start with the SPY.  From the visual analysis of the chart, below, it would be difficult for anyone to clearly see the fragility of the US or Global markets.  This chart is showing a clearly bullish trend with the perception that continued higher highs should prevail.

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Additionally, when we review the QQQ we see a similar picture.  Although the volatility is typically greater in the NASDAQ vs. the S&P, the QQQ chart presents a similar picture.  Strong upward price activity in addition to historically consistent price advances.  What could go wrong with these pictures – right?  The markets are stronger than ever and as we’ve all heard “it’s different this time”.



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Return on Capital - 2 Stocks That Meet The Featured Strategy

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Posted by Tyler Bollhorn - StockScores

on Tuesday, 26 September 2017 07:01

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In This Week’s Issue:

  • Stockscores Webinar – How to Profit from the Stockscores Indicators
  • Stockscores’ Market Minutes Video – Risk Management Matters
  • Stockscores Trader Training – Return on Capital
  • Stock Features of the Week – Opportunities in ETFs 

Stockscores Webinar – How to Profit from the Stockscores Indicators

There are a number of unique indicators offered through the Stockscores Market Scan and for use on Tradestation. During the presentation, Stockscores founder Tyler Bollhorn will demonstrate their use and power, and provide the back story on how they came to be.  http://www.stockscores.com/trader-training/upcoming-events/#events

Stockscores Market Minutes – Risk Management Matters

It is more important to manage risk on your trades than it is to make the right trades. You won't be right all of the time so it is essential to limit the size of your losses. When you have a winner, let it run since the winning trades have to pay for the losers. Trade of the week on $FDX. Click Here to Watch

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Trader Training – Return on Capital

A Stockscores user asked me a question that I think many people have, "If you have more trade opportunities than capital, how do you pick which trades to take?"



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Marc Faber: A Stock Market Crash is Coming, Here's What Could Trigger It

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Posted by Marc Faber - Gloom Boom & Doom Report

on Friday, 22 September 2017 06:36

UnknownThe U.S. stock market's latest run to all-time highs could be giving investors a false sense of security.

Market watcher Marc Faber, often hailed as the original "Dr. Doom," is not backing down from his long-held correction warning — even though nothing has materialized.

"You don't see, and I don't see. And, nobody sees. That's why people keep buying stocks. And yet, something will happen one day," the publisher of "The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report" said Tuesday.

....read more or view video HERE

...also from Marc:

Better Value In Asia Japan And Europe Than The US



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The Economics of Trading + 2 Stocks That Meet The Featured Strategy

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Posted by Tyler Bollhorn - StockScores

on Tuesday, 19 September 2017 14:45

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In This Week's Issue ending September 19, 2017

 

  • Stockscores Webinar – How to Create a Trading Strategy
  • Stockscores’ Market Minutes Video – Beware of Parabolic Trends
  • Stockscores Trader Training – The Economics of Trading
  • Stock Features of the Week – Abnormal Breaks

 

Stockscores Free Webinar – How to Create a Trading Strategy

Stockscores Founder Tyler Bollhorn will show the steps and thought process to create a new trading strategy, whether you are looking to day, swing or position trade.

Click here to register.  http://www.stockscores.com/trader-training/upcoming-events/#events

Stockscores Market Minutes – Beware of Parabolic Trends

This week, a look at what a parabolic trend is in stocks or markets, and the importance of understanding how they affect your trading. Plus, my weekly market analysis and my trade of the week on Ballard Power ($BLDP). 



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Todd Market Forecast: The Ultimate Indicator Is In An Uptrend

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Posted by Stephen Todd - Todd Market Forecast

on Monday, 18 September 2017 17:12

3:00 Pacific. Monday September 18, 2017

DOW + 63 on 384 net advances

NASDAQ COMP + 6 on 623 net advances

SHORT TERM TREND Bullish

INTERMEDIATE TERM Bullish

STOCKS: There is not a lot to analyze about the action on Monday. We thought it might pull back a bit as a reaction to the quadruple expiration on Friday, but no such luck.

There seems to be a group of institutional investors who have missed this rally and they are in a bit of a panic mode. They feel the need to buy every dip no matter how minor. Today for instance, the S&P 500 actually went negative late in the session, but it was bought.

On a fundamental basis, there is anticipation that the recent hurricanes are going to spur buying and repair work, thus increasing corporate profits in companies like Home Depot.

GOLD: Gold was down $14. The Wall Street Journal online attributed it to strength in the greenback. I'm not sure about this. The dollar wasn't all that strong.

CHART: Sometimes analysts can over think the markets. They forget the "ultimate indicator". And what is that? Price itself. Just look at the chart. Is that an uptrend? It surely looks like it to me and it has been going on for almost a year. Yes, it's overbought, but in a bull market, it can stay that way for an extended period.

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