Interview with a Dollar Bull

Interview with a Dollar Bull By Teresa Bell I recently sat down with Jay Norris in Chicago to ask him a few questions about the current markets. Teresa: “Jay I know you’re a dollar bull, so I’m guessing you’re a little underwater right about now? Jay: “I am, yes. I’m long UUP in a cash [...]

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“Market Time” Determines Chart Time

Most professionals who use charts generally have two favorites; one time frame for momentum and a second, lower time frame chart for signals. But, even those two time frames are going to vary based on market time. http://seekingalpha.com/instablog/1642421-jay-norris/1861351-market-time-determines-chart-time

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Sea Change Move Lower For Euro

To see the original story go to our SeekingAlpha Blog at: IntaBlog: Sea Change Move Lower For Euro

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The Science Behind The Signals

“The major revolution in the last decade is the recognition of the “law of maximum entropy production” or “MEP” and with it an expanded view of thermodynamics showing that the spontaneous production of order from disorder is the expected consequence of basic laws”. Entropylaw.com It is intuitive that markets would follow the 2nd law of [...]

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Majority of Patterns in Gold Lower

When we look at our Risk Tolerance Threshold Ratio for gold — below –we see that even when we count the Grand Pattern, which we do not consider a “tradable” pattern because it is so long-term — call it an investment pattern — we have the majority of patterns down. It is ominous that the [...]

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Do Not Argue With The Market

If there is one thing we have learned over the past few years it is the importance of taking your trading and investing cue from market generated data, i.e.: a markets high, low, and closing price. Once you know how to use those important determinants you can build a mechanical framework for determining a market’s [...]

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What Traders Should Focus On In 2013

We see the two most important market developments in the New Year as the United States now being well on the road to energy independence, and a bear market for the Yen. Both will have long range implications for commodity and financial markets. The U.S. Energy Industry The amount and quality of crude oil being [...]

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The Yen — This Time It’s Different

Even though our studies were telling us that the correlation between USDJPY and U.S. stocks was finally shifting — see Why the Yen Is The New Alpha Market — I’m still a bit surprised at how strong USDJPY has been the last two sessions, particularly in the face of U.S. stock weakness. The impetus for [...]

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How To Play The Stock Market Correction

One of the first things I learned as a market analyst many years ago was that most retail speculators spent way too much time trying to predict market corrections, and far too little time focusing on making money is trending markets. I learned this first hand when I stumbled upon the twice a month 401K [...]

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The Yen Is The New Alpha Market

Without a doubt the secret to forecasting and trading markets is knowing who NOT to listen to. I can tell you this first hand, having lived thru so many market cycles, that leading opinion makers and analysts do not lead markets. But more often the voice that puts us off track the most is our [...]

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