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Posted by Martin January 16, 2016

Why the heck are the markets tanking?

That was a question Yahoo! has recently asked. Sometimes it really stuns me out when liberals start slowly waking up and asking such questions, which all others with common sense already knew what was happening. Yet there is still many with the rose colored glasses on unquestionably believing everything FED and Obama’s administration is feeding Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 16, 2016

Today we created a new lower low. We are in Bear market!

The August 2015 low was the first lower low of the trend; until today. A week ago I wrote a post saying we are in a bear market and shown a charting showing why I think so.     I posted the chart above in January 7th, 2016 to show and explain what lines and Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 10, 2016

What a halted commerce tells us about economy?

Transportation sector is usually the first one which signals trouble with the market and economy overall. But transportation sector is a wide branch. So take a look at one significant portion of it – maritime transportation. Typically, majority of goods are still transported by sea using large cargo ships and tankers. Typically, you can see Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 10, 2016

Is selling over? Should you trade this market?

Futures are down again at the opening. It can mean nothing yet. We can see the market improve significantly overnight and we may see a rally. Some traders and investors are asking whether it is already time to start buying calls or selling puts. They are expecting the market to reverse. Yes we are oversold, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 08, 2016

Should we really blame China?

  A few days ago the market was selling hard and media blamed China and their circuit breaker and worries over Chinese slowing economy. Then media blamed North Korean hydrogen bomb for a selloff. A day before yesterday, they blamed China and their circuit breakers again. Yesterday, China removed the breaker feature and their market Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 07, 2016

Here is why I consider this market bearish

Look at the chart. I use regression channel. It is a study provided for free in TOS. So the lines of the regression channel shown on the chart are drawn automatically by the study based on the price action of the underlying. It is as automatic as Bollinger Bands. It is expected that the price Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 05, 2016

Atlanta FED voted for rate hike but lowered GDP forecast again!

Data (in)dependent Janet Yellen and her FED cronies decided to raise rates to show us their good faith in the US economy. By raising the rates FED was “signaling their faith” pointing to “improvement of the labor market” but completely ignoring all economic data indicating that the US economy is in reality slowing down and Continue reading →

Dividend stock picks and market outlook for 2016

I expect 2016 to be a bad year as we are heading towards a recession. I still believe FED had it wrong and raising rates was a bad move, although it was a minor hike, it will still do the damage. Generally, higher rates is an economic brake preventing fast growing economy from overheating. We Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 26, 2015

To Raise, or Not To Raise,

When Will The United States Federal Reserve Tell Us? The world awaits. To raise or not to raise interest rates, that is the question for the United States Federal Reserve. For months now, forecasters and traders all around the globe have been reacting to the hint that the United States will enact their first interest Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 25, 2015

Money For Nothing: Inside The Federal Reserve

I knew that FED was messing up our economy, but didn’t know the extend of it. This movie is worth watching. It takes 1 hr 45 min but I recommend seeing it. It makes me think that I should trade call spread and omit puts untill all this crashes.     Money For Nothing: Inside Continue reading →