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The Week Ahead: Will Stocks Now Correct Like 2011?

Editor's note: If you like Tom's analysis,check out ViperETF.com, his premium newsletter. Investors were clearly not impressed last week by the much better than expected jobs report as the major averages dropped below the prior week's low on Monday increasing the focus on the downside. The selling increased on Thursday as many of the major…
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The Week Ahead: Why New Highs Could Send A Warning

Editor's note: If you like Tom's analysis,check out ViperETF.com, his premium newsletter. It was a good week for the stock market heading into the monthly jobs report though comments mid-week from Fed Chair Yellen again raised the possibility of a December rate hike. The other economic data for the week was mixed as while the…
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Earnings Winners Have Common Traits

Editor's note: If you like Tom's analysis, check out ViperETF.com, his premium newsletter. The stock market paused Wednesday as comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen again raised the possibility of a December rate hike. Choppy action before the monthly jobs report is not uncommon and while the major averages are overbought there are no strong…
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The Week Ahead: Don’t Make This Investing Mistake

The stock market surged and swooned last week on earnings as there was a host of winners and losers. The tech sector had been the big winner the previous week and while LinkedIn (LNKD) surged over 10% last week, Twitter (TWTR) and GoPro (GPRO) recorded double digit losses. The implications of merger talks between health…
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The Week Ahead: Why Investors Must Understand Market Reversals

The new closing low in the NYSE Composite on September 28th increased the bearishness of many analysts as investors were still trying to recover from the plunge in late August. Headlines like "Key Global Equity Index Has Fallen Off The Precipice" the following day likely caused more panic selling as the NYSE dropped below the…
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How To Stop Taking “Boredom Trades”

by Gary Dayton Traders sit in front of the screen all day watching the markets, and if they don’t see a trade, they may force one just out of boredom. Traders sometimes feel they must be in the market, and it can force them to take trades they shouldn’t be taking. These are boredom trades…
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