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New Highs Arrive – Where is all the Fanfare? Wednesday’s Chart – Updated Elliott Wave Count -Monthly $DJIA

Did I miss something? I don’t remember hearing any shouts of joy or any applause when the S&P moved to new all times. Nor did I hear any shouts or applause when the NASDAQ-100 pushed to new 15 year highs or when the Russell 2000 finally and I mean finally moved up to a new […]

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Logical Market Update: Equity Index Market Update

Equity Index Market Update The last three trading sessions have appeared to be mirror images of the same trading strategy.  Amazingly, there are players out there (large players) that still believe manipulation goes unnoticed and their tactics on how they manipulate is legal.  The fact is it isn’t but there is little being done about […]

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Logical Market Update: RUT 2000 Remains Weak Link – DJIA, S&P 500 Push to New Highs – Correction Likely Soon

Russell 2000 Remains Weak Link as the DJIA and S&P 500 make additional New Highs.  Volumes are again Light – Complacency is High- Volatility is smashed to New Lows – Another Correction Likely Soon.   I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – it only gets more confusing and difficult going forward.  There […]

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Logical Market Update: Algorithmic Trade Dominates Wednesday – Trading Opportunities Remain Plentiful

Algorithmic Trading Continues to Dominate Trading – Trading Opportunities Remain Plentiful.   The best-laid plans don’t always seem to go accordingly.  Wednesday’s opening seemed to signal that the markets would move lower and things could get “ugly” as they say.  Well, that was until the algorithmic trading computers were turned on after the first 30 […]

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Logical Market Update: Algorithmic Trading Pushes Volatility to Lows – Day Trading with the DTS “Birds”

Algorithmic Trading Pushes Volatility to Historic Lows as the Range Bound Trading Continues – Day Trading with “the Birds”.   Algorithmic trading dominated trade across the board on Tuesday, as the DJIA and S&P 500 futures rallied strongly and then were held higher on low volumes.  The oscillators have quickly moved into overbought readings yet […]

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