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Master The McClellan Oscillator | Tom McClellan | Your Daily Five (06.18.20)
16 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

We are happy to welcome back Tom McClellan as your host on the "Your Daily Five" today. In this episode, he breaks down how the McClellan Oscillator developed, and what it is telling us. How the indicator was developed: 0:35Overbought or oversold readings: 1:36 Simple and Complex structures 3:11 McClellan Summation Index 6:43Connect with Tom at www.mcoscillator.com Twitter @mcclellanosc–––––Enjoy this video? Subscribe to StockCharts on YouTube to watch more great content from top financial experts, with new content posted daily: https://tinyurl.com/wvet7qj See what better financial charting can do for you!Start your FREE 1-month trial today at https://stockcharts.comFOLLOW USTwitter: https://tinyurl.com/tt7429eFacebook: https://tinyurl.com/w2fsb42LinkedIn: https://tinyurl.com/t7u9568ABOUT STOCKCHARTSStockCharts.com is the web's leading technical analysis and financial charting platform. Trusted by millions of online investors around the world, the company has...

Why This Could Be A Bear Market Rally After All
19 days ago by SA Most Popular

It’s Your Fault
19 days ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Nothing happens randomly. You decide that you want to trade voluntarily. Whatever happens after that is your responsibility regardless of the outcome. The best traders I have known over the years are the ones who live in a paradigm of personal responsibility. Let go of judgment of yourself and others and […]

Frothy trading in bankrupt companies, penny stocks sent red flags that a pullback was due
23 days ago by

Bubbly price moves in the stocks of bankrupt companies, a jump in the number of bullish investors and surging activity by small investors in stock options are all signs that the stock market may have run too far, too quickly. There’s even been a big rally in stocks trading under $1 per share, which racked up an average gain of nearly 80% in the past week.

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TDI Podcast: In The Dark (#669)
30 minutes ago by The Disciplined Investor (The Discipl... @ The Disciplined Investor

Markets roar back with economics looking a bit better. The employment report rings a positive tone, while the Pandemic is ravaging our personal health. We take a look at the past quarter’s winners and losers and even squeeze in a few listener questions…. Follow @andrewhorowitz Looking for style diversification? More information on the TDI Managed […]

Happy Independence Day
about 4 hours ago by Jeff Carter @ Points and Figures

“In order to form a more perfect union”….starts the preamble to the Constitution.  Of course, the Constitution wasn’t ratified until 1789.  But, it is part and parcel to the Declaration of Independence which was approved on July 2, 1776. One …

Schedule for Week of July 5, 2020
about 4 hours ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

This will be a light week for economic data.The focus will be on Job Openings and Weekly unemployment claims.----- Monday, July 6th -----10:00 AM: the ISM non-Manufacturing Index for June.   The consensus is for a reading of 50.0, up from 45.4.----- Tuesday, July 7th -----10:00 AM ET: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey for May from the BLS. This graph shows job openings (yellow line), hires (purpl...

We’re Communicating More Than Ever
about 5 hours ago by JC @ All Star Charts

I find myself on Zoom calls all the time. How about you? Did you notice that the Communications Index is pushing up against new all-time highs? Did you notice that during the March decline, communications held above their late 2018 lows? I think all of this points to us paying a little more attention to […] The post We’re Communicating More Than Ever appeared first on All Star Charts.

5 Safe And Cheap Dividend Stocks To Invest In (July 2020)
about 5 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Saturday links: college-for-all fever
about 5 hours ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

Saturdays are the day we catch up with all the non-finance related stuff we didn’t get to during the week. You can...

Stocks To Watch: Postmates, Walgreens And Cannabis Plays
about 6 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Five Bull Market Barometers (07-03-2020)
about 7 hours ago by Tom Bruni @ All Star Charts

In early May we outlined the “Five Bull Market Barometers” we’re watching to identify the beginning of a new bull market in stocks. If you haven’t read our initial post linked above, we’d encourage you to check it out so you understand what the rationale behind these five indicators is. Now, let’s see where these indicators […] The post Five Bull Market Barometers (07-03-2020) appeared first on All Star Charts.

Happy 4th Everyone
about 7 hours ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon

It has been a fantastic couple of days off the grid for July 4th. Coronado is always a great place to celebrate and the weather has been perfect, but COVID has forced the city to cut the normal festivities. My partner Tom rented a large house with two other families in Mission Beach and the guys all hit San Diego Country Club for golf. My partner for two rounds was Dontrelle Willis who won a rookie of the year and the World Series in 2003. Continue reading Happy 4th Everyone at Howard Lindzon.

Starbucks: No More 3rd Place
about 8 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Hibbett Sports: Anatomy of A Stock’s Bullish Breakout
about 12 hours ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

On June 25th, call options in sportings goods retailer Hibbett Sports (HIBB) sprang to life. At the time, around 1500 October $22.50 calls traded versus 0 open interest. On June 29th, open interest... [[ This is a content summary. Visit the site for the full content.Thank you for supporting me with your subscription and visits! ]]

Central Bank Week In Review 6/30-7/3
about 12 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Federal Reserve Watch: Fiscal Policy Concerns
about 13 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Gold And Silver Miners Are Surging
about 14 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Auto Sector Reaches Roadblock, Now What?
about 18 hours ago by Tom Bruni @ All Star Charts

One of the things that really caught my attention during our Monthly Chart Review for June was that the Nifty Auto Sector is approaching resistance on an absolute basis, as are some of the sector’s largest components. In this post, I want to dig into the sector and identify if there’s still opportunity in the […] The post Auto Sector Reaches Roadblock, Now What? appeared first on All Star Charts.

Market Breakout! Can We Go Higher? | Mary Ellen McGonagle | The MEM Edge (7.3.20)
about 19 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Mary Ellen reviews the market's dynamics and shares how you can uncover areas that are poised to benefit from the recent breakout. She also highlights defensive groups with high growth prospects. https://www.meminvestmentresearch.com/ Connect with Mary Ellen - Website: www.meminvestmentresearch.com/ Blog: www.stockcharts.com/articles/mcgonagle/ ––––– Enjoy this video? Subscribe to StockCharts on YouTube to watch more great content from top financial experts, with new content posted daily: https://tinyurl.com/wvet7qj See what better financial charting can do for you! Start your FREE 1-month trial today at https://stockcharts.com FOLLOW US Twitter: https://tinyurl.com/tt7429e Facebook: https://tinyurl.com/w2fsb42 LinkedIn: https://tinyurl.com/t7u9568 ABOUT STOCKCHARTS StockCharts.com is the web's leading technical analysis and financial charting platform. Trusted by millions of online investors around the world, the company has been an industry leader in the financial technology...

July 3 COVID-19 Test Results, Record Tests, Record Number Positive
about 21 hours ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

The US is now conducting over 600,000 tests per day, and that might be enough to allow test-and-trace in some areas. Based on the experience of other countries, the percent positive needs to be well under 5% to really push down new infections, so the US still needs to increase the number of tests per day significantly.According to Dr. Jha of Harvard's Global Health Institute, the US might need more than 900,000 tests per day.There were 721,054 test results reported over the last 24 hours.There were 57,562 positive tests. This is a new record.<img alt="COVID-19 Tests per Day" border="0" src="https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-nsGoYuB6f3Y/Xv-hm40qOGI/AAAAAAAA1VQ/Mg8KhD3-8NAe1JR-Wt2iTD5b2IsXi0tGwCLcBGAsYHQ/s320/COVIDJuly32020.PNG"...