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March 2010 Blog Posts (320)

Online Trading Q110 Review - Brian Shannon

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Eyes On The Horizon, Traders Ready To Pounce. (NASDAQ:RIMM), (NYSE:JPM), (NYSE:GS), (NYSE:XOM)

By Gareth Soloway on March 31st, 2010 1:57pm Eastern Time

The markets started out on a wild note today after the ADP Private Sector Employment Data was released. It showed a loss in private sector jobs last month. There was a minor gap down, then a hard sell, as the markets found themselves at gap fill, going back to last Friday. However, that did not last long. Light volume is king on a holiday shortened weak and it did not disappoint. By 10:00am ET, the markets started to move higher and… Continue

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Intraday Market Thought from Ashraf Laidi - http://www.ashraflaidi.com/forex-news/

The unexpected 23K decline in ADP is weighing on USD across the board, while the retreat in stocks is boosting JPY (dragging down yen crosses). $1.3550 in EURUSD remains the required break for the week in order for the rebound to ensue. Profit-taking at the last day of the quarter throughout Europe could also accelerate US losses but the more downside should take place in the event of actual net loss in March NFP. US crude still unable to regain $83.00, while gold has to close the day above… Continue

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Have a good weekend.

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Forget News. It Is The Falling Dollar That Is Saving The Day! (NYSE:UUP) (NYSE:UDN) (NYSE:TBT)

By TRADER X on March 31st, 2010 10:46am Eastern Time

When the U.S. Dollar index declines the entire market rallies. The dollar has sold off sharply over the past two days and this has kept the markets buoyant. We can listen to all the reports in the world… Continue

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Know Your Chart Levels And Master The Markets...Profits Roll In! $$$

By InTheMoneyStocks.com on March 31st, 2010 12:06pm Eastern Time

The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSE:SPY) key levels work so well, it almost seems like a dream. Note the gap down on the SPY at the blue trend line which is support. This line happens to be the low… Continue

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FTSE 100 - daily analysis @ 15.23

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Rare Event: Dollar and Futures are Lower to Start the Day

By InTheMoneyStocks on March 31st, 2010 9:28am Eastern Time

The U.S. Dollar index has declined sharply overnight. Normally when the dollar is lower to start the morning the stock index futures will be higher. This is not the case this morning as the stock index… Continue

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ftse at critical juncture


if this breaks it could get messy. if it doesn't normal service to the upside resumed.

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possible IHS on the dax on the 10 min tf

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Intraday Market Thought from Ashraf Laidi - http://www.ashraflaidi.com/forex-news/

Todays March ADP rport (12:30 GMT) is an appetiser for what could be the first net creation of US jobs since December 2007, expected to show arise of 40K in March from -20K in February. Signs of improved US labour markets were seen in yesterday's consumer confidence, whose perceptions index (jobs plentiful minus jobs hard to get) reached the best level since August 2009. EURUSD weighed by concerns with Greece reopening of its 12-year bond as well as falling Asian equities. What was a resistance… Continue

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03/31/10 S&P Emini & Futures Daily analysis by Oscar

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Charts Gone Wild with John Lee- Learn how to trade break away gaps

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Transports Tell the Story (NYSE:AMR) (NASDAQ:UAUA) (NYSE:R) (NASDAQ:YRCW) (NSADAQ:DRYS) (NYSE:EXM) (

By Nicholas Santiago on March 30th, 2010 3:44pm Eastern Time

Much like everything else since February 5th, 2010 the Dow Jones Transportation average has rallied to new highs for the year. Transport stocks are a leading indicator because they include shipping by air, sea, and ground. When the transport stocks are rallying many traders believe that growth is taking place again and this is a positive for the major indexes.



Some leading transport stocks that have traded to new highs… Continue

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Q:Jobs report on Good Friday? A:Yes

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Intraday Market Thought from Ashraf Laidi - http://www.ashraflaidi.com/forex-news/

Yield differentials, LIBOR developments and the failure in the CRB and Crude Oil continue to boost USD

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The impact of interest rate differentials on FX is highlighted by the fact that the correlation between EURUSD and GE-US 10-year yields is now at +0.90, the highest since June 2007. Global bond yields may be rising across the board but the 10-year yield differential between Germany and the US continues to deteriorate for Germany, hitting 3-year… Continue

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When Will The U.S. Debt Become A Negative? (NASDAQ:AAPL) (NYSE:CLF) (NYSE:POT)

By InTheMoneyStocks.com on March 30th, 2010 1:28pm Eastern Time

Since October 2008, the U.S. government has been spending a lot of money, most of which it currently does not have. Simply put, to keep the economy going the government has borrowed from other nations and from the Federal Reserve Bank. The major foreign debt holders are China, Japan, and Brazil. The capital borrowed from the Federal Reserve Bank is simply printed. The national debt for the United States is now estimated to be… Continue

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