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I have spent the over 40 years trading stocks, options, futures on and off the trading floor. My nickname, "Slim" came from my trading floor badge, SLM. Currently, I'm an on-air host providing daily analysis and commentary on the financial markets and Coaching/Consulting for Hedge ... more

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AskSlim Market Week - Saturday, October 13
The stock market had its worst week since March of this year, as early selling turned into a panic on Wednesday and Thursday. VIX reached near 29, before pulling back to 21 after Friday’s stock market rebound,driven by bargain hunters.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, October 5
The stock market finally gave way to some declines late in the week as interest rates rose to a level that spooked investors.
This Week In Stocks - Sunday, Sept. 23
We expect the SPX to begin the declining phase for the current cycle this week. Our near term target is the support zone between 2900-2911. Beyond this week, we see intermediate term risks increasing.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, September 21
The tariff war response from China with lower tariffs left investors willing to buy foreign stock for the first time in weeks. Financials and energy stocks took over as leaders during the week as well.
This Week In Stocks - Saturday, Sept. 15
Our analysis of the S&P 500 is to continue with minor upside before the declining phase of the current market cycle begins. Yet once we hit late September, we see the potential for much higher risk, which should last through the end of the year.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, September 14
The stock market gained ground this last week as Apple news and news of trade talks resuming heartened investors.
This Week In Stocks - Sunday, Sept. 9
Our analysis of the S&P 500 (SPX​) is for stocks to continue to roll over. While we believe the near-term will bring some choppiness, intermediate patterns suggest more risk coming in October and November.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, September 7
Investors finally got tired last week as there were a number of excuses to leave the market: trade jitters, the government had its eyes on social media and presidential politics, all leading to market weakness.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, August 31
The stock market continued to surge as the market focused on trade with Canada and China. Investors around the world continue to see the U.S. as the best place to be and everyone appears to be "all in".
This Week In Stocks - Sunday, August 26
Our analysis is for the S&P 500 to roll over into the middle of the week, before it begins the rising phase of a new market cycle. If you focus on the technicals of this market, things look pretty good. The chart is bullishly configured.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, August 24
Stocks continued to grind higher this week ignoring political news. While techs, oils and materials rebounded, retail stocks rested and the gold market rose higher.
This Week In Stocks - Sunday, August 19
Our analysis is for the S&P 500 to move lower, within the context of its current minor cycle. As we are 13 days into a 21 day cycle, we expect the declining phase to start to exert more influence.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, August 17
The stock market waffled this week and the focus on the market was on Turkey yet the market ended the week unchanged while the commodities markets had problems of its own.
This Week In Stocks- Sunday, August 12
Our analysis of the S&P 500 is for stocks to trade in a range, with downside risk increasing in the coming weeks as the current minor cycle comes to completion. We will keep an eye on the 2821 level, which is the bottom of our minor support zone.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, August 10
The stock market had another mixed week as investors ignored geopolitics but on Friday buyers went away for the weekend early.
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, August 3
The stock market was choppy this week. Traders did hear bad news and sold off some but markets recovered as you can't keep this bull market down.
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