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Posts Tagged With 'market outlook'

Posted by Martin March 22, 2015

SPX trend expectation for the next week

Last week trading was within my expectations. Thursday trading was a small pullback based on the previous strong rally. That small pullback had a small impact on my trades, but nothing too dramatic and nothing hard to handle, although my profits weren’t as expected thanks to necessary adjustment. In my quest to assess where the Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 19, 2015

Thursday pullback drama and outlook for tomorrow, Friday, March 20

For me, Thursday was a disappointment. I expected the market to gain some momentum after Wednesday’s rally like we saw in the past in similar situations after FED uplifting reports. Today, it didn’t happen and the whole day we were drifting down after morning large sell off. This price action had an impact to a Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 09, 2015

Will the support hold?

As expected, after a violent move last Friday, the market stopped at some significant supports at 2070 level: 50 day moving average lower Bollinger Band previous channel resistance, now support Having three significant supports being met at the same spot seems to be a very strong. But question is – will it hold?     Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 01, 2015

Will S&P 500 go up or down next week?

My quick answer to that question is “I do not know.” But I may at least to try to set boundaries for its move next week, so my potential trade would sit outside of those boundaries and safe. So I cannot say where the market would go next week. Let’s take a look at what Continue reading →

Posted by Martin August 07, 2014

S&P 500 futures dropped below 1900 for the fist time in 3 months

S&P 500 futures dropped below 1900 for the fist time in 3 months

Politically incorrect post. It seemed today, in the morning, that the stock market finally found some ground and started consolidating. To cool down bulls’ enthusiasm, afternoon trading renewed selling due to the renewed worries about Russian aggression against Ukraine. I do not understand much how Russian tension can affect global markets so much that investors Continue reading →