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Happy President’s Day. While we enjoy a day when the markets are closed, I thought it would be fun to get back to the basics and set up a trade from start to finish using an old school technical pattern known to most as “the

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This is just one of many examples as to why I love this industry so much. This morning the US Census Bureau released the December Retail sales numbers. Here is a clip from Marketwatch.com:     Scary right? One would assume after such abysmal news

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Both $IHI and $XHE have traded higher nearly uninterrupted since the start of 2019. The medical device and health care equipment industries have been on a tear in the early going this year showing no signs of slowing. This past weekend as I was searching

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You are a self proclaimed professional directional trader, using leverage in the form of derivatives in attempt to capture positive alpha. Stock picking, as difficult as it is to the average money manager, is no longer a challenge for you. It’s too easy and you

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The title of this post was written by Henry David Thoreau. Thoreau is best known for his book Walden, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings. Simple living is something of a lost art this day and age. Seeing instead of looking is also rare. “Seeing” is most

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Good morning and happy Monday everyone! You may remember in my first blog of 2019 I highlighted an opportunity in $EWZ, an ETF tracking Brazil. Here is that article as a refresher: “Brazil Bout Ta Get Naughty” I still have the lines drawn on that

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In the 1989 drama Field of Dreams, the legendary Shoeless Joe Jackson (or ghost thereof) coaches a young Archie Graham who is at bat against an intimidating pro pitcher… Shoeless Joe Jackson: The first two were high and tight, so where do you think the

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In the business of money management and everything the term encompasses, it really boils down to one simple question: Has the trader, investor, asset manager, etc. generated positive alpha? In finance, alpha is used as a measure of performance. More specifically, positive alpha describes the

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