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The top catalysts and stock picks posted on the GuerillaStockTrading blog are reviewed on the show.
This week’s show features commentary on the so-called “Trump Bump” and what (Read More….)
A weekly Saturday night show that attempts to predict market direction for the week ahead by looking at a variety of technical and fundamental indicators.
This week’s show features Trump’s comments about bringing down drug prices, the incredible trial results from Bellicum Pharmaceuticals that cured all 35 children in the trial, takeover rumors surrounding (Read More….)
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The high yield debt chart is very troubling IMO. If we overlay the S&P 500 and the high yield debt chart, a huge bearish divergence is revealed. Check out this chart with the red line being the S&P 500 and the purple line being high yield debt.
High yield debt (purple) is nowhere near (Read More….)
The overwhelming number of financial reports on the economy last week showed that the U.S. economy is continuing to slow.
The Federal Reserve has put markets on notice that they will be hiking rates by the end of the year. The Fed is not expected to hike rates next week at their September 21, 2016, (Read More….)
The mainstream financial media has created a new classification, an “earnings recession”. Earnings have been falling among S&P 500 companies for about a year now to which we assign +1 point to the Bears in the stock market prediction algorithm.
Folks, there is no such thing as an “earnings recession”. There is only a (Read More….)
High yield debt and SPX have started to diverge on the chart. A drop in high yield debt often predicts a drop on SPX within a week.
At one time, the high yield debt to SPX chart above was the heaviest weighted tool in the stock market prediction algorithm. Unfortunately high yield debt and (Read More….)
Brexit fear gripped traders, as the leave camp gained ahead of the June 23rd referendum on the UK’s continuing membership in the European Union. There was lots of jawboning about Brexit. Most of the talk was about the chaos that would follow the UK seceding from the EU. Stocks closed down for the week with (Read More….)