Thursday, April 17, 2014

Holiday Market Action: Reading The Charts Tells You This Is Coming

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Market Analysis Inside Track: What To Buy And When To Short


Since the beginning of the year the yield on the 10year note has seen a decline from (3.036%) to a low of (2.579%) of February 3, 2014. (Currently around 2.644%)

This seems to be taking its toll on the financial sector and in particular the insurance stocks. They have been under performers this year so far with names like AFL, HIG, MET and PRU all down more than the S&P 500. Lower rates are a negative for these companies as it hurts their earnings. So if rates continue to fall, coupled with a weaker overall market the insurers could be hit with a double whammy.  

We will keep an eye on these names and the overall financial sector and see if yields continue to head lower.

Parm Mann
Elite Round Table

KLAC Gets Clocked, Watch This Level

This morning, the leading semiconductor equipment makers are selling off at the start of the trading session. Some of the leading semiconductor equipment makers that are coming under early pressure include KLA-Tencor Corp (KLAC), Applied Materials Inc (AMAT), and Lam Research Corp (LRCX). These stocks are certainly being affected by the Intel Corp (INTC) earnings report which obviously stated a lack of new research and development spending. Short term day traders can watch for intra-day chart support for KLAC stock around the $62.50 level. This is an area where the stock could stage a decent intra-day bounce. Today, KLAC stock is trading lower by $1.32 to $62.84 a share.

Nicholas Santiago

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Markets Hold Key Levels: Insane Profits Continue...For Members

Small Biotech Out Of Favor But Smart Buys Can Pay Off

The deep freeze has taken over small cap land. It has been a long time since small caps were out of vogue but the time has come. As the great rotation of capital shifts from high risk stocks to low risk, high dividend payers, many think the end has come for any investments in small caps. I am here to say that is not true. Over the past year, you could have closed your eyes and thrown a dart at a small cap and made a lot of money. Those times have changed, however there is still money to be made.

You must now start analyzing the charts and buy at the key levels. For example, on no news, Rosetta Genomics Ltd. (NASDAQ:ROSG) has fallen from over $6.50 to $3.45. This monster drop is now crossing the 200 moving average and heading to gap fill at $3.20. This $3.20 level will be where the stock price has been cut in half as well as major support. At this discount, the stock becomes extremely attractive to tuck away a small position.

Another biotech stock approaching a key level is OXiGENE Inc (NASDAQ:OXGN). Good news drove it to $5.40, however the risk adverse market has taken it down to $2.59. There is a key gap fill at $2.43 that offers a very intriguing risk to reward opportunity.

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Gareth Soloway

Sayonara Japanese Stocks

Most of the leading Japanese ADR's (American Depository Receipts) have been coming under some severe selling pressure since the start of the 2014. What is the cause of the decline in the leading Japanese stocks since the Bank of Japan is printing more money than the Federal Reserve (central bank of the United States)? The reason the leading Japanese stocks are falling is because the Japanese Yen has strengthened despite all of the efforts by the Bank of Japan to try and dilute the currency. Traders and investors can easily look at a chart of the USD/JPY (U.S. Dollar vs Japanese Yen) and see how the currency pair has been making lower highs on the chart. This tells us that the Japanese Yen is strengthening and that is a huge negative for the leading Japanese stocks. You see, exports increase when a currency is kept artificially low. Unfortunately for Japan, the easy money policies worked very well in 2013, but they are not working in 2014 so far.

Some leading Japanese stocks that are highly affected by the stronger Japanese yen includes Toyota Motor Corporation (TM), Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (HMC), Sony Corporation (SNE), and Canon Inc. (CAJ). Believe it or not, it is not just the Japanese stocks that decline when the Japanese Yen strengthens, the U.S. stocks market indexes will also fall on the back of a stronger Japanese currency. This happens because the countless financial institutions are betting on a weak Japanese Yen, so when the Japanese Yen strengthens it actually removes liquidity from the financial system. Just look at the stock market when the USD/JPY chart declines, the major stock market indexes follow that currency pair very closely, sometimes tick for tick.

Nicholas Santiago

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Markets Crushed: What Is REALLY Going On And How To Profit

Railroad Stocks Slide, Is The Keystone Pipeline Coming?

This morning, the leading railroad stocks are declining lower again. Over the past five years the railroad stocks have been leading most of the transportation stocks higher in the United States. Lately, these stocks have been stalling out and are looking somewhat weak on the charts. The leading railroad stocks transport a lot of freight, oil, coal, gas, and other energy products. Should the Keystone XL pipeline open up and start delivering oil, and gas throughout North America it could hurt the profit margin for many of the leading railroad companies. 

Some of the leading rail road stocks that are declining today include Kansas City Southern (KSU), Norfolk Southern Corporation (NSC), Union Pacific Corporation (UNP), and CSX Corp (CSX). At this time, the weakest railroad stock is Kansas City Southern (KSU). This stock is trading below the important daily 200-day moving average. Anytime a stock is trading below this key moving average it is a sign of weakness for the stock. 

Some stocks that could benefit from an approval of the Keystone XL pipeline include TransCanada Corp (TRP), Suncor Energy Inc (SU), and Phillips 66 (PSX). 

Nicholas Santiago