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  • Can The US Dollar Rally Last?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The US dollar tends to trend reliably across time frames, but is this new daily chart rally just a minor retracement of an emerging downtrend or is the bull run that began in December 2009 starting to reassert itself?

  • Equivolume & Candlesticks: Together At Last

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...It's the best of both worlds. Find out how this new and improved charting tool -- the Arms Candlevolume -- can help you identify where the strength is in any market.

  • Financials Start Last Leg Down

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Financials Select Sector SPDR (XLF) made a market top in May 2007 and has been trading in an ABC zigzag market correction pattern since. It now appears that XLF has started the last leg down of the market correction that is correcting the previous co

  • Gold's Last Gasp? Part I

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Could a massive, multiyear correction be just around the corner in gold?

  • Gold's Last Gasp? Part II

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...More odds on a breakdown in gold.

  • Google, Inc. and Chipotle, Together At Last

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Positive earnings are lifting the market and here are two stocks set to explode higher.

  • How Long Will The Trend Last?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...All trends begin and eventually end, but the rate at which they end is not the same across all time frames. Find out how incorporating trend failure rates into your trading can make you a more effective trader.

  • Last Hurrah For Williams Cos.?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Shares of WIlliams Companies rose more than 270% since the major market-wide low of March 2009, but there are indications that the stock may reverse course soon.

  • Livestock's Last Upswing

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...As the Goldman Sachs Livestock subgroup goes parabolic, it looks like the bull markets in cattle and pork bellies are on their last legs.

  • QQQQ On Last Leg Up

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...QQQQ is now on its last leg upward of its ABC zigzag bear market corrective rally. Once the market correction has completed, look for the next lower price target for QQQQ to be around 24.77.

  • The last wild ride of the gold bears is upon us by Joseph Holleman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The last wild ride of the gold bears is upon us by Joseph Holleman Holleman, a CTA and CPO, offers his opinions on where gold prices may be headed. These predictions demonstrate how positions in the market are developed and show the factors that shape a

  • Trading In The Last Half Hour

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Identifying reversals are the key to satisfying results whether you are a position trader or day trader. Generally, the first and last half hour of the trading day reveal great trading opportunities. Here is an example of how to take advantage of the l

  • Trading Insights From "The Last Samurai"

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Traders can take some tips from the ultimate warriors.

  • Will This Nasdaq/QQQ Rally Last?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...As market excitement builds for the current rally, traders will ponder if this will be a significant run resulting in a trend change or just another bear rally. Here are some parameters to help decipher the market's direction in the short to medium

  • Your Last Best Hope For Sunnier Markets

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...There is plenty to be anxious about in today's markets, but while others hope for sunnier days, you can become your last best hope right now by understanding these key principles.

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