Are the bulls going to really come back?
Frequented Asked Questions:
Masses avoiding gold investing as they pile into DOW.
DOW goes to new highs and reaches new overbought levels.
Is a pause in the market coming?
These five stocks are showing bad signs.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's affair with 20,000.
The VIX is near historical low levels and...
Michael "tiny" Saul from Attack The Markets discusses the stock market and gold.
I have been telling people to take money off of the table and build some cash reserves for several weeks now, but most people do not think my warnings are valid.
Yesterday the stock market fell, but S&P 500 held short-term 2020 support level.
In this podcast Ike and I discussed money flow data for the S&P 500 and mining stocks.
I interviewed Ike last in January and I wanted to get his take on what he sees in the markets now and what his indicators are telling him.
I interviewed Ike several times last year and wanted to get his take on what he sees in the markets in 2015 and what his indicators are telling him.
You may find this up and down action to be very confusing. But if you step back and look at the chart it's easy to see what is happening.
We talked about the big trends impacting the market now and what we are both keeping our eye on in the charts. This broadcast was part of This Week in Money.
Dave talked about the big runs seen recently in biotech and tech stocks and what appears to be the start of a new bull market in gold and mining stocks.
I think you'll be interested to see what sectors are now leading the market and which ones are now doing poorly and are essentially in bear markets right now.
Bloomberg estimates that all together investors took out $38.8 billion from the gold market in 2013.
I just did this interview with Ike Iossif of marketviews.tv about his views on the stock market right now and what his indicators are showing.
So you can see in this chart how in past bottoms the VIX jumped above its upper 200-day Bollinger Band and then had a key reversal day - a day in which it went up a lot during the day and then fell to close in the red.
The Baltic Dry Index which tracks shipping rates is starting a new bull market. It has really been in a bear market since 2008, but jumped up in 2009 and then collapsed again at the end of 2011 in the "euro crisis.". Since then it has formed a stage one base and broken out of that base in the past few weeks.
I just did this podcast with Jeff Pierce of www.zentrader.ca.
In this podcast Jeff and I talked about the rally in the DOW, Nasdaq and strong trending stocks and sectors in Japan, solar stocks, and chemical stocks that are making for good short-term trades. We also talked about gold.