Posts by: markdcook

This is the full copy of our afternoon advisory on September 9th. Both our recommended trades hit that day and were a success.

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The Advisory is composed of 3 sections, the Short Term, Intermediate Term and Interest Rate Outlook. We frequently provide advisory trade parameters on our advisory. Here is an example of the Wednesday trade that was achieved.

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Advisory Teaser

On August 13, 2014 By

He is an excerpt from Monday’s advisory. Please reach out to us if you are interested in subscribing. We will continue to do this to give you a taste of how it operates.

 

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2014 Views and Forecast

On January 15, 2014 By

General overview:  The most influential force of 2013 was the Federal Reserve. They not only impact the U.S. economy and trading markets but the world as well. I would say there has never been an unelected entity that has wielded more clout than we have seen in 2013.

That will change in 2014. History has [...]

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Pendulum Swing

On September 29, 2013 By

The early Monday morning saw the S&P without a friend. However the erosion was contained and a rescue push was orchestrated to offset price deterioration. The market had a very heavy look to it but as of yet has not fallen with the heaviness that it portrays. The bonds have been able to probe above132 even [...]

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Markets have a tendency to be influenced in different degrees. A person who has a sprained ankle is much more susceptible to an additional sprain situation than a completely healthy ankle. Similarly, the chronic or perhaps terminal health of the bond markets has raised rates. This is a contagion that will eventually spread to stocks. [...]

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Is the Market off the Juice?

On September 16, 2013 By

The slow methodical rally last Monday pushed through resistance areas like a bulldozer in low gear. Not a typical type of action for a bullish move but rather a typical manipulative action of massive computers. The bonds were actually in a divergence as they were in the plus column as well as stocks. They did not [...]

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The Whipsaw

On September 8, 2013 By

The holiday weekend showed that Syria is now a political tool. Congress is to vote on the situation rather than Obama taking the lead. It has delayed the process and the market responded with a holiday rally. However this influence will diminish as time goes forward. Therefore any rallies associated with Syria will probably be [...]

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Tape Action

On August 13, 2013 By

As of mid-week we still had not seen a 30 point down day which means the pressure is intense. It may take a catalyst for a true selling pressure to win over the manipulators. The bonds gave a big yawn last Wednesday at the 10 Year Auction. It is one of the most benign movements seen [...]

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Strong-arming Fibonacci

On August 4, 2013 By

The entire month of July had not had a 30 point decline in the S&P futures as of Monday. We closed on the first day of July at approximately 1606. The only way that a market can act the way this July has been, is by incredible manipulation. I personally do not understand why it [...]

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