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Posted by Martin October 04, 2011

Stock market in rollercoaster

Wow, today’s trading was really crazy! I must admit I suffered some big hits today. Well, overall I am still up and making money, but some $500 day loss. Little bit less than that, actually. What’s crazier here is the reason for such irrational move of rallying up in the last 30 minutes of trading. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 21, 2011

FED disappoints and the market is poised to fall

Today, the market dropped hard at the very end of the session reacting on FED’s disappointing announcement. Another news which helped markets to tank was a Moody’s downgrade of financial institutions such as Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo. I think this downgrade was a lot more significant then FED’s announcement. I do not Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 13, 2011

Up – down – up – down, get used to a choppy trading

Boy, I am glad I decided to close my puts yesterday. Today’s trading, so far, is clearly indicating one thing – indecisiveness. At this choppy trading I will stay out (keeping my already open positions). I need more days to see where the market will go. That’s a part of being patient, which I have Continue reading →

Posted by Martin August 31, 2011

Will the Greece debt drag the entire market back down?

Although there are many other aspects which will affect the next movement of the market such as weak economy, job data this coming Friday, ISM report (PMI index) etc, the Greece debt and the entire Eurozone debt crisis seems to be coming back. As probably every one knew, this issue hasn’t been solved at all, Continue reading →