Archive | October, 2011

Making the Switch to Asian Hours

Making the Switch to Asian Hours After much thought and consideration I’ve decided to switch to trading U.S. evening hours – Tokyo morning session into the European open.  In the past a switch from the U.S. or European hours to 3rd shift would have been seen as a demotion. Today I’m asking myself why it [...]

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Stock Seasonal Favors Trend Reversal

Stock Seasonal Favors Trend Reversal

October 11, 2011 11:49 PM GMT Reprinted with permission from IBTimes.com. Original article: http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/229320/20111011/stock-futures-trend-jay-norris-ibtrade-stock-market.htm While the primary trend – months to years –for the S&P 500 is still decidedly higher, the secondary trend -weeks to months – is lower. That secondary trend however could change in a hurry if the 25-year seasonal for this index [...]

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The Month in Gann Lines

The Month in Gann Lines It’s always important to know what levels markets are respecting because this in-turn determines what levels traders will be reacting to. Gann lines are the discovery of the late trader and analyst W.D. Gann whose many followers often attribute him with near mythical analytic powers. While I do not include [...]

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Stock Bull Still Intact in Follow-the-Leader Marketplace

Stock Bull Still Intact in Follow-the-Leader Marketplace

 Stock Bull Still Intact in Follow-the-Leader Marketplace October 5, 2011 7:07 PM GMT For original story go to: http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/225704/20111005/jay-norris-s-p-500-euraud-live-market-exercise.htm Despite having spent a tense 12 hours looking over the edge of the cliff Monday and Tuesday, the S&P 500 managed to close above the August low yesterday and keep its 2-1/2 year pattern bullish – [...]

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Euro QE and a Gann 1/8 Line

Euro QE and a Gann 1/8 Line

Euro QE and a Gann 1/8 Line October 6, 2011 9:07 PM GMT for original story go to: http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/226651/20111006/euro-qe-quantitative-easing-gann-ecb-jay-norris-ibtrade-euro-stoxx.htm While fear fosters headlines, cash is what creates stories. And cash is the route the European Central Bank has chosen to go. Emulating the U.S. quantitative easing policies of 2009 and 2010 the ECB is choosing [...]

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