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Wednesday Update - SPX, RUT, ES, Oil, Gold and USD

The Wednesday Update is below and it covers SPX, RUT, ES, Oil, USD, and Gold.

We did get the turn we expected in the indexes in the 1900 area as possible support as per the Monday Update. 80 more words


$ES_F Volume Profile: Wednesday, 02-Sep-15

Inside Day
ETH Session
Value area volume: 1,532,167 (71.0%) ▼
Range 167 ticks ▼
High 1949.00 ▼
VAH 1938.00
VPOC 1930.00 ▲
VAL 1923.00
Low 1907.25 ▲ 13 more words

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A Death Candle for the S&P 500

Source: TF Metals Report

Past performance is not always a reliable indicator of future results. In this case, however, it very well may be. Therefore if you have stock market exposure, either through mutual funds or your 401(k), you definitely want to make note of this long-term chart. 401 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Snapback rally: S&P 500, Nasdaq climb out of correction territory

Today’s rebound rally on Wall Street has helped the S&P 500 and Nasdaq climb back out of correction territory.

In late-day trading the benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 stock indexis up 22 points, or 1.1% to 1936, trimming its loss from its May 21 peak to 9.1%, below the 10% drop considered a correction. 102 more words


We’re not in a bull market. More like a scared goat market

Despite the steep, sudden fall in equity prices, the “experts”—Wall Street market strategists and traders—keep reassuring us with the following phrase, or something similar: “The secular bull market remains intact.” 553 more words


Will the crisis in China sink the U.S. economy?

Another day and another bit of bad news from China has sent stock markets stateside tumbling.

On Tuesday, it was data showing that activity in China’s manufacturing sector during August contracted at the fastest rate in three years. 620 more words


12 Questions for a 12% Correction

The recent market downdraft and related uncertainty in China have led to many investor questions. The strong 6.5% rebound in the S&P 500 over the last three trading sessions (August 26, 27, 28, 2015) has cut the S&P 500’s losses from the 2015 peak (2130 on May 21, 2015) to 6.7%. 1,461 more words

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