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Powerful Lessons of Silver’s Daily Reversals

Friday’s session was exceptional for several reasons and the most profound ones are gold’s and silver’s sizable intraday rally, and the subsequent slide. The reversals that both metals created are practically screaming signs poin...

Is the Stock Selloff Over Now?

Some would call yesterday’s session Black Monday. Little wonder as the S&P 500 finished down more than 100 points from Friday’s closing bell. The overnight recovery in the futures gave up most of its gains, and stocks are again hanging close to ...

Crude Oil Meets Key Resistance

Crude oil moved above the previous highs and at the moment of writing these words, it’s testing the upper border of the March price gap. And given the fundamental news that are reaching (and likely to reach) the market – the increasing Covid-19 cases in the U...

Feb 27th 2020, Crypto Chartbook – Expectations in check

Expectations in check If you compare the average performance of all major hedge funds from 1994 to 2018 you will find them underperforming the S&P by more than 2 percent. These funds cut volatility risk compared to the index by about half. However, you still can get hit h...

Can the S&P 500 Bulls Sound the All Clear Now?

The buyers repelled the opening selling pressure, and gradually made their way higher. While it wasn’t smooth sailing throughout the whole session, they overcame every attempt of the sellers. Closing near the daily highs, and with futures little changed during ...

Wait… Was That a Bullish Silver Reversal?

Silver plunged on Tuesday, just as it was likely to after the triple reversal that we’ve been writing about , and it was declining strongly during Wednesday’s pre-market trading. And then it all changed. Silver soared before the U.S. markets op...

As Stocks Fell Through the Floor Yesterday, Is the Selling Over Now?

After a two-day flirt with breaking below the short-term bearish technical formation, stocks finally declined yesterday. Well before the closing bell though, the bulls stepped in and erased most of the plunge that happened during the first hour of trading. Has it been all ther...

Oil Sliding Faster Than You Can Blink

Crude oil futures declined sharply on Friday. The steep slide’s result was a breakdown below the lower border of the rising green trend channel. As the prices closed the day below the formation, it’s clearly a bearish development. D...

Yesterday Was Supposed To Be a Reversal, Right?

Stocks have closed between two strong resistances yesterday – between the upper border of March’s gap and the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement. But the overnight rise in US-China tensions (this time, regarding Hong Kong), sent the S&P 500 futures below the key Fibon...

4th of July Fireworks in the S&P 500

The only time the bears appeared during yesterday's trading, was at the very U.S. open. A steady move higher followed, with the final hourly upswing erased 15 minutes before the closing bell. How concerning is this? I don't think it's a setback worth much mentioning. Yeste...
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