Monthly Archives: November 2009

Range Trading today as we begin the Holiday Markets

Today looked like a typical December trading day. Business in the morning, a lull in the afternoon, then a flurry in the last half hour

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Monday Morning two sided trade

Today is Monday, but its the last day of the month. So far we have had two sided trade, with highs actually being posted overnight

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Calm Sunday Night and the Screen is Green

Crude, the Metals and the grains are all higher. Those traders who went home short on Friday’s abbreviated Holiday session were all rewarded with losses

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Re-cap of Friday’s whipsaw moves in stocks and commodities

This is a brief re-cap of today’s market action. It may have been Black Friday for US retailers, but early in the AM of Friday,

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Much To The Dismay of the TV Anchors, The Markets Have Calmed Down

Well, all I can say is my radio news caster I regularly listen too sounds positively bummed that the melt-down, “has abated for now”… I

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Dubai Bank Creates Lots of Action on A Holiday Weekend

We have had the catalyst for a pause in the recent up move in the metals.We posted a high last night at 1,195… just 5

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Good Support Levels for DJZ and the Jan Beans

Interesting, the DJZ came within ten ticks of the 38 percent retracement of the upmove. The low so far is 10157. The retracement

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Retracement Support Levels For the Stock Indexes

One November 2nd we had lows in the SPZ at 1026 and a low in the DJZ at 9596. We proceeded to have a 3

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US Holiday Contributes to Over Done Selling, Gold Bounces to 1,195

If everyone is digesting their turkey dinner, watching the third football game of the day… then no one is going to be trading.If no one

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Strong Finish in Stocks, as Gold Goes for 1200 an OZ

Gold posted a new record high today at 1,192.80. If you look at my entry this morning, or for that matter for the past 6

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