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GBP/USD Possibly Heading Toward 1.52
The GBP/USD pair fell during the course of the day on Monday, as we crashed into the 1.5350 region. We are testing the very bottom of the hammer that was formed on Friday, and that of course in my opinion is a very negative sign.
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Is This A Bear Market?
Although stocks have recovered somewhat, the six consecutive days of losses have many investors asking, "Is this a bear market?"
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Is Your Portfolio Safe When The Momentum Stops?
What comes up must come down right? As the seven-year bull market finds its strength tested the past two weeks, many momentum stocks, which have seen their share prices soar, found their valuations crashing back to earth rather abruptly.
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Thoughts From The Frontline: Weapons Of Economic Misdirection
GDP growth this quarter was about as good as it gets these days. It gets even better when you realize that nominal GDP was 5.85%, with a 2.09% implicit price deflator. The U.S. clocked its fastest rate of economic growth in nine years.
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Market Analysis & Trading Opportunities - September 1, 2015
We believe that the stock markets should continue to find buyers, and pullbacks should offer call buying opportunities in general. We find this to be true in both Europe and the United States.
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WTI Crude Plunges 5.25% - Biggest Drop In A Month
WTI crude has retraced 50% of yesterday's ridiculous gains and is now down 5.25% from the NYMEX close yesterday. It appears everything is not so awesome again...
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Chinese Yuan Revolution?
In many ways, the Chinese yuan is growing up. They may not want to move to a free-floating currency quite yet as there are still restrictions in place for cross border capital flows.
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OPEC Divorce And Self-Destruction Thanks To Saudi Oil Strategy?
Despite low oil prices, Saudi Arabia is maintaining its investment in its oil industry. Saudi Aramco Chairman Khalid Al-Falih indicated in March that Saudi Aramco would not cut investment.
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Gold Extends Gains As Weak Chinese Data Adds To Growth Fears
Gold prices initially fell on Monday but the expected support at the 1125.50 level which happens to be the daily Kijun-sen (twenty six-period moving average, green line) kicked in and pushed the market up.
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Dollar Tree Upsets Investors With Q2 Earnings Miss
Dollar Tree generated total revenue of $3,011.2 million; an increase of 48.3% year over year and beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $2,668 million.
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