Chris Temple from The National Investor – Fri 14 Dec, 2018

Wrapping Up This Week – The US Markets, VIX, and Commodities

Chris Temple joins me to wrap up this week in the markets. We start with the US equity markets which in the S&P’s case is very close to breaking the lows from early in this year. There is a lot of air under that support if broken. We also look at the move higher in the VIX but no where near an explosion higher. Finally comment on a couple commodity sectors that got hit on the back on weak data out of China and Europe.

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Chris Temple from The National Investor – Wed 12 Dec, 2018

A Look At The Other Side – What If All This Bearish Is Wrong?

It seems like the only articles and reports you can find right now are solidly in the bearish camp. Chris Temple joins me today to look at the other side. What if something positive happens on the trade front, or what if the markets rally into year end? It is important to not always follow the crowd and ask what if everyone is wrong…

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Commodities and the Dollar

October 10, 2018 A unique setup has occurred in the UUP (Invesco DB US Dollar Index) that resembles an Engulfing Bearish type of pattern (even though it is not technically an Engulfing Bearish pattern).  Technically, an Engulfing Bearish pattern should consist of a green candle followed by a larger red candle whereas the red candle’s body (the open to close range) completely engulfs the previous candle’s body.  In the instance we are highlighting in this article, a unique variation of what we’ll call a “Completely Filled Engulfing Bearish” pattern is setting up. This is when two red candles setup in an Engulfing Bearish type of formation – omitting the requirement that the first candle be green.  Japanese Candlesticks help us to identify the psychology of the market price in relation to our other specialized tools.  We believe this formation is important because both of the red candlesticks that make up … Continue reading