Posts Tagged ‘DJIA’

Bulls Throw Kitchen Sink Back At Bears

9:05am (EST) This is getting good… The bulls finally showed some resiliency after what has been a rough two weeks and were determined to end Thursday’s session with a higher close.  Not only that, they also brought reinforcements as the rally showed strength into the closing bell.  Once again, theRead more

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The Bulls Are Not In Kansas

1:00pm (EST) It is rare that the market follows your road map on where you think it is headed but when it does it feels like you are following the yellow brick road…literally. Futures were already pointing towards a nasty open this morning and the bears are following our gameRead more

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Bulls Looking To Win The Week

9:00am (EST)  “When everybody thinks alike, everyone is likely to be wrong.” – Humphrey Neill There has been so much talk about a market pullback this week that we thought we would use today’s quote to put things in perspective.  The talking heads are telling you there are chinks inRead more

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Bulls Push Market To Yearly Highs

9:05am (EST)  “Buy when you are scared to death; sell when you are tickled to death.” – Market Maxim That was our exact feeling in February after the market stalled in mid-January and was trending lower.  From our February 25th, 9am update:  “We continue to feel the current volatility is pointingRead more

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MomentumOptionsTrading.com Weekly Wrap for 3/14/10

Expiration Week Could Bring Fireworks and Fat Profits 1:30pm (EST) The bulls pushed the market higher at the open on Friday after Wall Street got some encouraging news from the retail sector as domestic retail sales increased 0.3% last month versus expectations for a 0.3% drop.  The Dow ran toRead more

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Next Week Will Be Interesting…

12:35pm (EST) The market is mixed after a higher open and then fell into negative territory  as we head into the second half of trading.  We could really see the action pick-up as we head towards the closing bell and if we trend higher the bulls will be feeling goodRead more

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