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Australians Love Equity ETFs as Market Assets Surge 39%

First published by Bloomberg at https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-11-14/australians-love-equity-etfs-as-market-assets-surge-39  By Ruth Liew Australians can’t seem to get enough of exchange-traded products as they hunt for low cost investments. The sector posted a 39 percent jump in assets under management during the year to Oct. 31, with equity products dominating, according to data from VanEck Australia and the Australian Securities […]

Bears Hoping for a September Correction Are Likely to Be Disappointed

by CHRIS PUPLAVA Article originally published by Financial Sense on 13 Sep 2017 The S&P 500 has had quite a run since the early 2016 lows, not experiencing even a slight pullback of 5% or more, leading many to believe that the market would wobble during the seasonally weak period of August and September. Over […]

Range Bound NDX

Originally posted on StockCharts.com at http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2017/08/range-bound-ndx.html by Bruce Fraser Mr. Wyckoff called his charting methodology ‘Tape Reading’. Determining the present position and probable future direction of prices from their own action. Prices have tendencies which can be detected on the charts. Context is the idea that recent price action will provide clues about what to expect […]

Financial History – The Magazine of the Museum of American Finance

The Museum of American Finance’s quarterly membership magazine, Financial History, is the internationally-recognized source for the history of commerce and the development of the American capital markets. Each issue features articles about the people, companies and events that have contributed to the nation’s financial system, with the intention of lending perspective to current business and financial […]

Hindenburg Omens Flashing Major Warning Signal for the Stock Market

This article was originally published by Financial Sense at http://www.financialsense.com/fs-staff/hindenburg-omens-flashing-major-warning-signal-stock-market?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weekly Today’s chart comes from Jason Goepfert at SentimentTrader.com. Last month, Jason told FS Insider that sentiment readings were reaching extremes, even surpassing 2000 tech bubble-levels of euphoria, which was a “very troubling sign” for the stock market (see Rydex Trader Bullishness Surpasses 2000 Tech Bubble). This most recent data […]

Point & Figure Diary

Artricle originally published at StockCharts.com by Bruce Fraser. http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2017/07/point–figure-diary.html Regular readers have been following the epic saga dating back to 2011, when Dr. Hank Pruden published his Point and Figure (PnF) count for the new bull market. This count projected to a range of 17,600 to 19,200 for the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($INDU).  When […]

A dangerous optimization assumption with Perry Kaufman

Click here to view on YouTube. From Better System Trader: “I was reading an article on a trading website and the author was making some assumptions based on the optimization results which may not have been entirely accurate. I think alot of traders can get caught up making this same assumption… I know I definitely […]

Just 10% of trading is regular stock picking, JPMorgan estimates

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/13/death-of-the-human-investor-just-10-percent-of-trading-is-regular-stock-picking-jpmorgan-estimates.html “Fundamental discretionary traders” account for only about 10 percent of trading volume in stocks today, JPMorgan estimates. “The majority of equity investors today don’t buy or sell stocks based on stock specific fundamentals,” said JPMorgan’s Marko Kolanovic. JPMorgan believes the recent sell-off in technology stocks may have been related to quantitative and computer trading […]

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