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1.12.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning all, we've made it to another Friday. I hope it turns out to be a good one for you. 

Yesterday the "melt up" machine went bonkers. The Algo-bots latched on to any and every piece of news that seemed to be "good" and just continued to build up the market.  By the time it was over, the DOW was up over 200. The S&P up almost 20. 

12.28.2017 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning all, it's Thursday already. These Monday Holidays toss my whole week into a tizzy, how'd it get to be Thursday already?  Oh well. 

So yesterday they allowed the market to rise, but it was a low volume event that didn't get terribly far.  It was the second lowest volume day of the year. This morning the futures are again green, but not by too much. That said, they have been rising since 6 am, and by 6:30 were up 47 on the DOW.

12.22.2017 - Insider Bookmark


Hi all, we've made it to Friday and not a day too soon. 

Sometimes life is a funny beast. Just the other day I went to the dentist for a checkup and a quick clean. Everything was fine, no issues. So what happens? Last night at dinner, one of my cap's came unglued!  I darn near swallowed it. So, I have to run back this morning and get it cemented back in.  Go figure. 

1.28.2017- Member Questions about trading Bookmark

This weeks free investing newsletter is up and today we take a break from dissecting the global political and economic situation, and move to answering some questions that members have sent in regarding "trading" the market. In it we discuss why we never trade the first 15 minutes of the market, how we select entry levels for the more casual traders, and why "scale and trail" is such a good concept. 

If you've been thinking about trading your own investment account, by all means take a read of today's letter, simply because the more tools you have to use, the more successful you'll be. 

1.4.2017 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

As we look across the economic landscape and we joust back and forth about whether Mr. Trump can enact enough programs to keep the US of A from foundering, sometimes I think we need to step back a bit and look at the big picture. There have been and there is to come, structural changes that I’m not sure can be reversed.  For instance technology.

8.23.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark


Hello all, welcome to Tuesday.

Yesterday they saved an early morning plunge and got us back to the flat line, where we resided for the balance of the day. Each time the market faded by any significant amount, the program trades fired off and "up we went".  When the final bell rang, we were down 23 on the DOW and just a couple on the S&P.

7.22.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark


Good morning all, welcome to Friday. I'm running a bit behind this morning as I stayed up to watch the end of the RNC, which for me got to be pretty late. By the time my guests had left, and I was ready to hit the sack, it was almost 1 am.  So bear with me this morning, I haven't had enough coffee yet!

Insiders Club - 9.1.2015 Bookmark


Good morning all, strap in for what looks like a pretty rocky session coming our way.

You all know my stance on things. Last week after falling 1100 points they engineered a massive snap back rally. I  said that it was probably already "over done" and that it would likely run out of gas this week. In fact in Sunday's newsletter I suggested the run had "one more day in it if that".

Insiders Club - 6.2.2015 Bookmark


Morning all, it looks like an interesting day....

Insiders Club - 2.2.2015 Bookmark


Good morning all, are you all awake this morning? I know that in my area, there were 4 "superbowl" parties just on my block alone!  Speaking of the superbowl, it was one of the best ones I've ever seen.  All one can ask for is a good game that can go either way and we sure got that. 

Okay, so it's a new week after a particularly nasty January. And nasty it should have been. The economic reports  were soft in every direction, and even Goldman had to admit that it was the worst quarter for companies lowering guidance that they've ever tracked.  Think about that for a minute... the stock market is supposed to go up or down based on the growth or contraction of corporate earnings. How are they going to justify a market rise if the most amount of companies they've ever seen are LOWERING guidance??  Interesting question.

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