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Recent Articles

NASDAQ Shines
John S Hopkins Jr - March 01, 2015
I will never forget when the NASDAQ peaked back in 2000 and how excited I got for the "new opportunities" it would present on subsequent pullbacks. I will also never forget how painful it was for me and many others when those perceived opportunities turned into additional losses as the NASDAQ proceeded to fall pretty much non-stop for the next 2.5 years . . . keep reading
Why is it so hard to take a profit?
John S Hopkins Jr - February 22, 2015
Whenever we conduct surveys or quite often when I speak to traders one of the things I hear is, "I'm not very good at taking profits." When you stop to think about it, putting well earned profits in your pocket should be one of the easiest decisions you make as a trader, but it's not. Here is a very typical example . . . keep reading
Bears run for Cover
John S Hopkins Jr - February 16, 2015
Back in late November I wrote a blog making the case that stocks would remain the asset of choice and I listed the specific reasons why. The S&P was near 2000 then. Then on Friday the SP hit an all time high near 2100 while the NASDAQ continued to close in on 5000 . . . keep reading
Tom Bowley's Market Chatter for February 12, 2015
Tom Bowley - February 12, 2015
The NASDAQ gapped higher today, clearing major multiyear price resistance in the process. We'll be looking for the Dow Jones, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 to follow suit as they each move closer to their respective price resistance levels. The S&P 500 is the benchmark that I watch closely and 2090 will be important on a closing basis there. The Russell 2000 is important because that's the most aggressive index that we follow closely and 1220 is the closing number to watch there. The more indices that break out and the wider the participation in this rally, the healthier it will be . . . keep reading
Finally a bottom in rates?
John S Hopkins Jr - February 08, 2015
The past few weeks have been quite a roller coaster ride for bond yields. On January 22 the yield on the ten year treasury note was as high as 1.95%. Then last week the yield dipped as low as 1.65%. By the end of the week the yield had touched 1.95% again. To me this volatile movement tells me that yields just might have hit a bottom . . . keep reading
As rates tumble, what are the alternatives?
John S Hopkins Jr - February 01, 2015
US treasury bonds plummeted last week on a weaker than expected GDP number. It certainly sent signals to the market that the Fed has taken raising rates off the table for the foreseeable future and has taken many by surprise. . . . keep reading
Tom Bowley's Market Chatter for January 30, 2015
Tom Bowley - January 30, 2015
It's been mostly a lower week as traders have had to digest a number of influential earnings reports, additional guidance from the Federal Reserve and mixed economic data. Volume trends in the very near-term seem to be slightly negative although I would caution about growing overly pessimistic as key price support levels from December are still holding . . . keep reading
Still tough to keep the market down
John S Hopkins Jr - January 25, 2015
Let's review a few key points from last week . . . keep reading
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