Apr 252012

I do not actually post these reports on Twitter.  This is something you should be doing every morning before the open.  Here are the levels you should know at all times as an intraday trader: The key levels are: Yesterday’s high low and close. The over night or Globex High and low. This morning’s open. […continue here]

Apr 242012

Another form of analysis I have used to benefit my trading over the years is breadth analysis.  In fact, I can attribute the majority of my income over the last 15 years or so to this specific form of analysis. Breadth is the measure of advancers vs. decliners in various markets.  I like the NYSE […continue here]

Apr 192012

Well, I’d start of saying I told you so, but I’d be wrong, because I missed calling the high for the week by one tick in last week’s The Coming Week.  Oh well, I will try harder next week. We have seen some solid selling pressure this week following a couple day rally to  the […continue here]

Apr 172012
 Staying with Your Guidance and the Use of Context in Trading

There is nothing more rewarding to me than knowing that others benefit nicely from the things I do on the blog or the twitter feed. I got a note yesterday and today following some conversations about contextualizing the market and using the targets I post through twitter etc. This concept of contextualization is huge and […continue here]

Apr 122012
The Coming Week (ending 04/20/2010)

Last week I had mentioned we should go up this week.  My prediction for the low was  a bit higher than what actually came in.  This is the reason I had stressed following the daily targets posted via Twitter, was the best way for me to be of service. Much of the trading of late […continue here]

Apr 052012
The Coming Week (ending 4/13/2012)

We probed into territory below last week’s low this week which was a bit unexpected on my part.   I have maintained we are in a longer term up cycle at least into the 1429 area.  We have an average weekly range in the 34 point area and this week has been about normal (remember tomorrow […continue here]

Apr 032012
What are the Daily Target Tweets and How can I Use Them?

Question: What are the Daily Target Tweets and How can I Use Them? Answer:  It is not a trading recommendation specifically. It is that the market on some days has a 77% chance of hitting at least one of those numbers historically. On other days the percentages are in the 94% area.  Not bad odds […continue here]

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