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Logical Market Update: The Bull’s Got Nerves of Steel & —

The Bull’s Got Nerves of Steel & – Yeah Right! Whatever! Good Luck With That! The bull’s got a brass pair!  Wednesday’s market action did not satisfy any criteria as a correction at least from my perspective.  The bulls continue to throw more and more cash around appearing to be trying to suck in any […]

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Logical Market Update: Near Term Outlook for Treasuries

Near Term Outlook for Treasuries – 10 Year Note Continues to Lead Direction   “Let’s talk about bonds baby…. let’s talk about you and yield…let’s talk about bonds…” – sound like a familiar tune – it should.   The rally in treasuries has stalled – paused for thought – needs an additional “goose” only received […]

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Logical Market Update: Anybody Else Noticing? Hype is on the Rise!

Is Anybody Else Noticing?  Hype is on the Rise!  – The Russell 2000 Makes New Highs – DJIA, S&P 500 Should Follow – Treasuries In A “Dead Cat Bounce” I’m in a quandary as how to describe trading last Wednesday, Friday and also today.   The broader index futures have now closed a second day “very […]

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Logical Market Update: Interest Rate War Underway Since 2009 – Cost is Trillions of $’s

Don’t be Fooled – An Interest Rate War has been underway since 2009 – Cost is $Trillions – Is the Tail Wagging the Dog?  Who is in Control Here?   In a nutshell – The downward correction in treasury prices and its inverse the rise in yields (interest Rate) is far from over.  It is […]

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Logical Market Update: Deja Vu of 2008 – Thursday Was Day Traders Dream – Long Bond Holders Bound in Nightmare!

It Felt Like 2008 Again – Thursday Was Amazing – Day Traders Dream – Long Bond Holders Still Trying to Wake Up From the Nightmare!   If I thought Wednesday night into Thursday morning was an “Everything Must Go Sale” – Thursday’s U.S. sessions proved to be what I call a “Billy Graham Sell-Off”.  All […]

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Logical Market Update: The Decline is in Full Force – Precious Metals Slide Lower – $/Euro Crushed – Bonds Are For Sale!

The Decline is Again in Full Force – Precious Metals Slide Lower – Dollar/Euro is Crushed – Bonds Are For Sale and Nobody Wants Them   Fed Chairman Bernanke came he saw, he spoke, and the markets began to slide.  When Asia and then Europe took over the selling spread more heavily to the Euro, […]

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Logical Market Update: When the FOMC Speaks – the Markets Will Respond – Is it Time to be Long or Short?

When the FOMC Speaks – the Markets Will Respond – How to Trade the Chop– Is it Time to be Long or Short?   So what’s up with the stock market lately – it’s neither bullish nor bearish – but is sure is choppy!  It has been a great week for day trading the volatile […]

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Logical Market Update: Lobbyist Still Control Congress – Bond Market Still Struggling – Day Trading Still Preferred

Lobbyist Still in Control of Congress – The Bond Market Continues to Struggle as Danger Signs Grow – Is it Time to Take Profits on Positions?  – Day Trading Still Preferred   Last Wednesday the House of Representatives passed a bill that effectively undermines the CFTC’s (Commodity Futures Trading Commission) ability to regulate derivatives.   The […]

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Logical Market Update: Ignorance is Bliss or From Blissful Ignorance to Obsessive Distrust

Ignorance is Bliss or From Blissful Ignorance to Obsessive Distrust   Webster’s defines blissful as “happy because unaware” and ignorance as “lack of knowledge – unawareness.”  So is it fair to say that “Ignorance is Bliss” could be thought of “How it is often better not to know about something unpleasant – no matter what […]

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Logical Market Update – Monday’s Openings Rejected – 2nd Leg Down Fast and Furious

Picture Perfect – Higher Opening Rejected – Indexes Slammed – Support Zones Still Holding – Diversified Trading System Caught Moves in Multiple Markets! Although it may have seemed that everyone read my blog on Monday morning – the markets opened stronger as expected. As the DJIA pushed back above 14,000 it was the “all clear” […]

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