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Posts Tagged With 'recession'

Gerald Celente on interest rate hike a few days before the hike and recession

Gerald Celente – publisher of the Trends Journal – talking about the US economy. Gerald explains what kind of effect Fed hikes will have on currencies, markets and the global economy at large. And he gives us his take on what’s happening with oil plus much, much more as outlined in his latest Trends Journal. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin December 22, 2015

Is Santa coming?

  If you watch markets regularly you may feel its pulse time to time and feel whether it has steam to push prices higher or whether it is weak and prone to further selling. We have seen nice recovery recently from 2000 support back up to 2040 level. But if you look under the hood, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 07, 2011

Stocks Will Be Cheap When the S&P 500 Tumbles 25% Says Portfolio Manager

There’s an old saying about lousy stocks on Wall Street: “If you liked XYZ at $50, you must love it at $25.” Along those same lines, it could be argued that if you think stocks are cheap now, just wait until you see how cheap they are when earnings estimates come down. According to Mike Continue reading →

Posted by Martin October 03, 2011

Profit taking

I decided to liquidate some of my positions in SPY and FFIV. SPY started to diminish due to time decay so I decided to sell my puts and I will buy November puts since the market is slumping down. I will see at the end of the trading session today. Definitely the market broke thru Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 01, 2011

SPY on the downhill road

Although the jobless claims were in line with expectations as well as manufacturing data the market failed to go thru the resistance and turned down. Europe’s manufacturing data disappointed and tomorrow we will have Labor data out. The ISM Index remained above 50 number, and although it is trending lower, we most likely will avoid Continue reading →