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Article Archive For Keyword: Summer

  • 2013's Summer Surprise Runaway Stock

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Mobile technology is booming and one company is keeping your personal information safe from cyber-predators, making its stock soar.

  • A Spring And Summer Not To Remember

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...No one can deny that the first year of the millennium has turned out to be less than spectacular for the markets. But is it typical? First, Staff Writer David Penn looks at the first half and its lack of memorable activity, and speculates what kind of

  • Coffee's Summer Rally

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Rallying from a springtime correction, July coffee heads higher and higher in summer.

  • Do Weak Sector Funds Have A Head Start On The Summer Selloff?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...As the broad US markets prepare for a summer corrective move, traders shorting the stocks from the weakest industry groups might have a distinct market edge.

  • Long Summer for Grain Farmers

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...March is typically a strong month for corn and soybean futures. However, when counter seasonal weakness occurs it often foreshadows continued weakness into summer.

  • S&P 500 Could Set New Highs By Summer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks climb a wall of worry, and the bears could be providing enough worries to drive stocks to all-time highs.

  • Summer Doldrums Hit Stocks

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The S&P 500 is in a narrow range, much as it was in the summer of 2007. But this time is different.

  • Summer Solstice Buying Opportunity

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...See why June 20, 2016 could be a great time to buy stocks.

  • Summer Waves

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Here's an Elliott wave look at the June bottom in the Standard & Poor's 500.

  • The Bullish Bears Of Summer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...With stocks down and foreign currencies looking toppish, is there any hope left for a summer rally in equities?

  • The Dow Days Of Summer

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Back together again, the Dow industrials and Dow transports take out their July 2004 lows on the same day. But if that's so bearish, then what's up with the bounce?

  • The NYSE Summation Index Suggests A Summer Selloff

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The McClellan summation index of the NYSE is diverging with the NYSE Composite. The summation index gave a much earlier crossover signal than many other trend-based indicators such as the MACD, giving some advance warnings of an upcoming reversal.

  • The Summer Correction In Natural Gas

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A negative divergence in the MACD and a broken trendline conspire to send natural gas futures reeling.

  • The Summer Rally This Fall

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Nothing could be finer than a head and shoulders bottom in the SPDRs ...

  • The Summer Rally: Fact Or Fiction? by Arthur A. Merrill, C.M.T.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Summer Rally: Fact Or Fiction? by Arthur A. Merrill, C.M.T. The ""summer rally"" appears in some years and is completely absent in others. Does it deserve its name? I've consulted the record back to 1885 and find that there is a good case for a bull

  • Will GDX Summer Slump Give Way To Autumn Rally?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Most gold bugs already know that gold mining stocks tend to rally for an extended period during the latter part of the year. But what about this year?

Working Money: The Dow Days Of Summer by David Penn







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