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Tim Knight has been charting and trading since 1987. His first stock trade was, in fact, on October 19, 1987 – the day of the crash – which perhaps goes a long way explaining his disposition ... more

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How Boring: The Holding Pattern
Whether you're looking at crude oil or the ES, things are just stuck in a holding pattern. When and where might we see some change?
Bear Necessities, Part 3 Of 4
We go to the charts for an historical look at the Dow and some interesting individual names.
I Heard The News Today, Oh Boy
A day in the life...
General Boy - Market Update
Based upon what's happened lately with markets growing higher, I thought it would be a good time to cover this as a general update.
Charts Review: Weekend On Monday
Charts review: looks like we're about to get a genuine sell-off. (Video Length: 00:07:31)
More Weekend Ideas: 11 More Charts
My guess is that we'll get to my yearend target of 1577, then Yellen will shoot the last arrow in her quiver, and then we'll have another big rally, and then all holy hell will break loose.
Weekend Ideas: Louder Than Bombs
The only areas I'm bullish on are bonds and precious metals. I think Financials are the new Energy.
Q1 2016 Roundup
Market charts review. (Video Length: 00:08:51)
Binge And Purge
Well, it's been a brutal time for the bears since February 11 and I thought it would be a good time for a video to take a look at the big picture.
Symbols Of Regret
The charts listed in this video are straight up equity charts and are all short ideas.
Market Update: Now What?
Market update charts... (Video Length: 00:08:43)
Full Monty: Starting To Show All My Positions, Part 1
Net-net, a year of absolutely nothing happening.
Over The Dreaded Hump
Market update with Tim Knight. (Video Length: 00:09:53)
Index Walkabout: Bubble, Bubble, Toil And Trouble
Looking at the index charts, how can anyone say we are not in bubble territory?
Mid-May Madness
Well, there is no escape from Dow Jones Composite Average. Ever since November 10 of last year, we've been bouncing inside this pattern; pretty much hanging round 6400 and weird 6409 right now.
Pre-Fed Overview: Market Update
Apple risk is behind us; Nasdaq is still bearishly poised; GDP numbers and the Fed statement tomorrow should inform the next movements.
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