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about 16 hours ago by JC @ All Star Charts
In this Episode of Allstarcharts Weekly, Steve and I talk about US Small-caps and the underperformance we’ve seen out of anything non-large-cap since 2018. We are now down to levels not seen since early 2016 when Small-caps started their outperformance vs Large-caps, which is where stocks bottomed after the 2015 cyclical bear market. Is this […] The post Video: When Will Small-caps Start To Outperform? appeared first on All Star Charts.
about 16 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel
Erin's workshop covers Volume Indicators in-depth. Starting with the definition of volume, she moves through the psychology behind volume and she finishes up by showing examples of individual volume indicators using StockCharts SharpCharts. This video originally aired on StockCharts TV, the only 24/7 video streaming channel devoted exclusively to financial charting and market analysis from the web’s top technical experts. Watch live shows and see our complete content schedule at https://StockCharts.com/tv
about 16 hours ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns
Tuesdays are all about academic (and practitioner) literature at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at...
about 17 hours ago by Jeff Carter @ Points and Figures
There has been a lot of talk about a recession just because for a bit the yield curve flipped over. Most people don’t know about yield curves, and virtually no one can reliably predict when a recession is going to …
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about 20 hours ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon
I have been writing and about the sleep mega trend for over a decade. Way back in 2006, I covered it in a Wallstrip episode while bouncing around Manhattan wearing my CPAP machine (minute 2-30 onward might horrify you). My sleep problems only intensified post the smartphone. This article from GQ UK titled the business of sleep is a great read covering a wide array of issues and products (It will take 10 minutes). Continue reading The Business of Sleep at Howard Lindzon.
about 20 hours ago by Steve Burns @ New Trader U
Market Wizard Richard Dennis known as the ‘Prince of the Pit’ turned $1,600 into $200 million in 10 years trend trading commodities. What happened when legendary trader Richard Dennis put a want ad in the paper to hire traders? What kind of results would ordinary people have if they were given a winning system and […]
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1 day ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk
From Matthew Graham at Mortgage News Daily: Mortgage Rates Hold Relatively Steady Despite Bond Market WeaknessMortgage rates mostly held steady today, despite a move higher in broader interest rate indicators like the 10yr Treasury yield. Treasuries and mortgage rates typically track each other quite well, but that relationship has broken down in recent weeks due to the rapid drop in rates and the increase in volatility. The mortgage sector has a much tougher time adjusting to new realities compared to Treasuries. [Most Prevalent Rates 30YR FIXED - 3.5% - 3.625%]emphasis added
1 day ago by Urban Carmel @ Fat Pitch
Summary: Overall, corporate results in the second quarter of 2019 were fine, but growth has slowed. Sales and earnings were up were 5% and 4% yoy, respectively. Margins rebounded from the end of 2018 but are still below the cycle high made in 3Q18.Looking ahead, analysts' expectations for 10% earnings growth in 2019 have been revised down to just 2%. This estimate will be about right if margins can be maintained at the current level and the dollar doesn't further appreciate, but another drop in oil prices could cause earnings growth to decline towards zero.For 2020, analysts currently expect growth of 5% to sales and 11% to earnings. This is too optimistic. Assuming no change in the dollar, oil and margins, earnings growth is likely to be halved. Margin compression (likely) would lower growth much more.Valuations are now back to their 25-year average. They are not cheap, but if investors once again become ebullient, there is room for valuat...
1 day ago by AK Fallible - Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel
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1 day ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital
Most of the options income traders on our trading desk here at SMB trade a strategy known as the butterfly. Professional options income traders tend to gravitate towards the butterfly because it has excellent risk/reward characteristics and is easily modified to adapt to market conditions and still maintain strong profitability potential. If you are interested in learning about the most ... Read More The post How to Trade the Butterfly – The Core Strategy of Our Trading Desk appeared first on SMB Training Blog.
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1 day ago by Brett Finkelstein @ Gartner L2
As the number one traffic driver to brand sites this year, search is a crucial digital marketing platform for spirits brands to capture and convert consumers on Google.
1 day ago by Katie Groody @ Gartner L2
Brands should consider how consumers shop on specialty retailers when evaluating distribution partners.