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More Fluctuations Along New Record Highs, Will Stocks Continue Higher?


Posted by Przemyslaw Radomski - Sunshine Profits

on Thursday, 22 June 2017 06:52

Our intraday outlook is bearish, and our short-term outlook is bearish. Our medium-term outlook remains neutral, following S&P 500 index breakout above last year's all-time high:

Intraday outlook (next 24 hours): bearish
Short-term outlook (next 1-2 weeks): bearish
Medium-term outlook (next 1-3 months): neutral
Long-term outlook (next year): neutral

The U.S. stock market indexes were mixed between -0.3% and +0.7% on Wednesday, as investors continued to hesitate following recent volatility. The S&P 500 index has reached new all-time high at the level of 2,453.82 on Monday following breakout above its short-term consolidation along the level of 2,420-2,440. It is currently trading 0.7% below that new record high. Stocks have rebounded strongly after their mid-May quick two-session sell-off and continued over eight-year-long bull market off 2009 lows. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has reached yet another new all-time high at the level of 21,535.03 on Tuesday. The technology Nasdaq Composite was relatively stronger than the broad stock market yesterday, as it gained 0.7%. However, it continued to trade well below its June 9 high. The nearest important support level of the S&P 500 index is at around 2,430-2,435, marked by Monday's daily gap up of 2,433.15-2,441.79. The next level of support is at 2,415-2,420, marked by some recent local lows. The support level is also at 2,400-2,410, marked by the May 25 daily gap up of 2,405.58-2,408.01, among others. On the other hand, level of resistance is at 2,450-2,455, marked by new all-time high. There have been no confirmed negative signals so far. However, we can see overbought conditions and negative technical divergences. The S&P 500 index is trading within its two-week-long consolidation again, as we can see on the daily chart:

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Wealth Building Strategies

10 Steps to More Cash Flow


Posted by Eamonn Percy - The Percy Group

on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 10:42

Cash-FlowConcrete steps you can take today to improve your cash flow tomorrow!

“Business opportunities are like buses, there is always another one coming.” – Richard Branson
 

Step 1. Know your numbers. 

The best business leaders are able to describe their business, market and future plans, numerically. Exceptional growth comes from the precise understanding of all aspects of your business, including key metrics (e.g. sales funnel health, CAGR, and gross margins) and the status of current resources such as cash.  I am not suggesting you lack emotion or passion, but rather complement it with objectivity.

Step 2. Embrace low cash growth strategies.

Often a company in growth mode will get a rude awakening when the sales plan actually succeeds, only to discover cash consumption, for working capital, can vastly outstrip cash generation.  One of the better problems to have, but don’t let it become fatal. Build low cash growth strategies upfront such as: non-core outsourcing, well negotiated deal terms, low cost technology platforms, and scalable, multi-channel business models

Step 3. Maintain control of your financial systems at all times.



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Currency

Sell EUR/NOK when (if) oil stops falling…


Posted by Jack Crooks - Currency Currents

on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 07:32

Quotable

“Suiting the correct tactics and strategies to each situation may be considered the mystery of life.” -- Victor Niederhoffer, The Education of a Speculator

Commentary & Analysis

Sell EUR/NOK when (if) oil stops falling... 

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Working from the following simple model below, the Norwegian krone should be trading much better against the euro:



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Stocks & Equities

Small-Cap Mining Stocks, Big-Time Opportunity


Posted by Frank Holmes - US Global Investors

on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 07:24

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Last month I told you about the upcoming rebalance of the hugely popular VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (GDXJ), and how it would distress shares of junior, small-cap mining stocks. I said then that the rebalance could create some excellent opportunities for astute investors to accumulate high-quality, well-managed producers at discount prices.

That day has finally arrived, bringing with it a tsunami in the junior resource space, as I told Collin Kettell on Palisade Radio the week before. It’s a buyer’s market—if you know what you’re looking for. The last time the GDXJ underwent a rebalance of this magnitude was in December 2014, so I see this as a rare event savvy investors shouldn’t miss out on.

But first a reminder of what’s been happening with the GDXJ. Basically, it had become too massive for its underlying index—composed mostly of Canadian junior gold producers—with assets rising close to $5.5 billion earlier this year, up from $1 billion only last year. 

Mo Money Mo Problems



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Timing & trends

Global Blast-Off Trade Setup


Posted by Chris Vermeulen for OilPrice.com

on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 06:45

Asia Custom Monthly F-290x130Our analysis of the global markets and metals markets are prompting us to issue a warning that may not shock a number of our followers – but may surprise others.  We use a number of custom indicators, custom indexes and other specialized features to try to keep our valued members aware of moves before they happen at ActiveTradingPartners.com.  You may recall our recent article warning of a VIX spike between June 9th and June 13th in correlation with a US market correction (NASDAQ).  We nailed this and predicted another VIX spike on June 29th, 2017.

Are you ready for what might become the most opportunistic setup we’ve seen in over a decade?  Well, before we get to the guts of our incredible setup, let’s go over some other data to support our predictions – the global markets.

On May 3rd, 2017, we authored an article regarding Global Economic Shifts that were taking place as a result of Capital Migration and renewed risk factors throughout the global markets.  Our hypothesis was that capital will always attempt to locate and migrate to financial environments where risk is mitigated and returns are sufficient.  We consider this an active and intrinsic role of global capital – the hunt for the ability to thrive and develop success/profits.

Since this research was completed, a number of new and interesting facets have evolved.  Two of the most interesting are the shifts within the Arabic nations with regards to Qatar and the almost total isolation recently enacted on this wealthy nation and the news from Europe that a number of smaller, regional banks are collapsing with broader, tangible relations to the EU banking system.  This type of disruption within a financial environment (think globally) causes capital to migrate rather quickly to more stable locations for self-preservation.

China/Asian markets appear to be developing a level of “moderately healthy financial environment” in terms of global market capital migration.  In the past, I would have warned that Asia/China could become a temporary safe-harbor for capital as it migrates out of riskier environments and I would still support that claim simple because China/Asia are less of a mature market compared to other.  Thus, the likelihood that China/Asia could see dramatic asset revaluation or some type of unexpected market function issues is still near the top of my list.  Yet, we can’t accurately predict when this will happen and until extended signs of weakness cause us to adopt a more concerned stance, we have to understand that capital will move to environments that seem suitable for success.  At this time, we believe China/Asia are viewed as just that – moderately suitable for capital deployment and investment (till things change).

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