Monthly Archives: March 2015

March 19, 2015

FOMC Moves The Carrot March 19, 2015 A couple of reports back I wrote about how the Fed often puts out targets that are GTC, Good Till Close. As we get close to reaching a target, the Fed changes what … Continue reading

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March 17, 2015

No Luck of the Irish For Wall Street March 17, 2015 After a near picture perfect 50% retracement from January/February low to high, the major averages have bounced in rather volatile fashion. Overhanging the market’s attempt to bounce back in … Continue reading

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March 10, 2015

GTC (Good ’til Close) March 10, 2015 Last week (March 4, 2015 report) we mentioned the typically “retracement factors” one would expect to see when a market pulls back from an extended run. While the point totals are high, as … Continue reading

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March 6, 2015

GTC (Good ’til Close) March 6, 2015 The Federal Reserve, or at least its chairman and a few other doves, don’t really want to hike rates. If they do, the situation will worsen for the US Dollar, as is being … Continue reading

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March 4, 2015

Admit It, You Feel Better March 4, 2015 Stocks are starting to take a breather, breaking the tension of an unsustainable run into record high territory. The NASDAQ kissed the sky at 5000, unleashing all the stories of why it’s … Continue reading

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March 2, 2015

I Want It, I Need it, I Gotta Have It March 2, 2015 The NASDAQ had 5000 in it’s sight and would not be denied. It’s not an “all-time” high for the index, but a milestone nonetheless. Technically, the NASDAQ … Continue reading

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February 26, 2015

Running on Fumes February 26, 2015 February has bucked historical trends of being one of the worst months of the year. However, there were several outside forces, specifically Greece and Crude, that were holding January back from its typical seasonal … Continue reading

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