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Ep. 748: Not One Market with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio
1 day ago by Trend Following Radio

Not One Market with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio.

Russell 2000 biggest loser on Friday.
1 day ago by Declan Fallon @ Fallond Picks

The Russell 2000 was unable to make it past its 20-day MA as it reversed through its 50-day MA. The loss didn't make a huge technical difference as relative performance was already falling off a cliff, the MACD was already on a 'sell' trigger, and only -DI/+DI switched to a new 'sell' trigger. The next target is 1,444 which was the last swing low in January.  Bulls will need to do a lot of convincing if this is to get near its 200-day MA anytime soon, so I would be looking for this bearish scenario to spread to other indices<img border="0" data-original-height="750" data-original-width="620" src="

TRADING COACH PODCAST 161 - 3 Reasons You Need To Backtest
1 day ago by Akil Stokes @ Trading Coach Podcast

Following up on a recent podcast on backtesting, I wanted to revisit the subject & lay out the 3 major benefits that performing proper backtesting will have on your trading.

How to Understand Yield Inversion and Its Relationship to Recessions
1 day ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

The Federal Reserve’s program of monetary tightening has been fighting the bond market since the process began about 3 years ago. Over that period, the Fed has painstakingly tried to hike rates in a way that would avoid roiling markets. Unfortunately for the Fed, long-term rates on U.S. Treasuries failed to cooperate and barely budged ... Read more


Why We Are Not Racing To Buy Lyft's IPO
2 days ago by SA IPO Analysis

Swiss National Bank Speaks Frankly On Growing Downside Economic Risks
2 days ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

The Swiss National Bank (SNB) released its latest decision on monetary policy on Thursday, March 21. Apparently the warnings from the SNB were drowned out by the rallies in financial markets that day. The SNB dropped its growth forecast, its inflation forecast, and reiterated that economic risks are biased to the downside. I took particular ... Read more

Billions - The Problem With Grigor Andolov | Billions Season 4
2 days ago by Fallible Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel

Get rid of your trading FOMO with our free guide: For more, make sure to watch the video above! Follow AK Fallible on Twitter: And Instagram: ***All content, opinions, and commentary by Fallible is intended for general information and educational purposes only, NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.

GLD: In Case Gold Melts Down
2 days ago by SA Most Popular


Sunday links: a useful truth
2 days ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

E-MAIL ALERT: We have noticed an uptick in our daily e-mails getting caught in spam filters, especially for Yahoo e-mail addresses. If...

2 days ago by David @ The Cross Hairs Trader

In our latest WATCH LIST REVIEW we discuss the importance of adapting our trading to suit current market conditions vs expecting the market to conform to our unrealistic expectations.

The Long Term Stock Market Crash Probabilities
2 days ago by Steve Burns @ New Trader U

This is a Guest Post by Troy Bombardia of   With the 10 year – 3 month yield curve now inverted, it is time to look at the long term bearish case for stocks. Long Term Only 2 factors affect the stock market’s long term outlook: valuations and fundamentals (macro). The U.S. stock market’s […]

Decision Dilemma’s
2 days ago by Jeff Carter @ Points and Figures

Calpers is a huge $358 billion dollar fund.  They need to return 7% on their assets each year.  They have huge liabilities.  Right now, they have invested $28 billion in venture and private equity.  They are thinking about allocating another …

Next Recession: Finding A 48% Yield Amid The Ruins
2 days ago by SA Editor's Picks

Stocktwits Rooms – Who I Pay For
2 days ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon

Last November, I wrote a detailed post titled ‘What I Read, What I Pay For, Who I Follow and How to Get Started Investing‘. I noted at the end… Now that Stocktwits has launched premium Rooms (group chats) I plan on spending $150/month for my favorite traders that set up there. I am spending $80/month so far (here is a link to the premium rooms page), but love the different ideas I am seeing and how I am easily able to stay up on the markets from different viewpoints. Continue reading Stocktwits Rooms – Who I Pay For at Howard Lindzon.