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The Safety Dance Starts, but You Can’t Argue With Price

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The yen is rising this morning on what looks like an advance “sell the news” reaction in advance of the Bank of Japan Meeting on July 28-29. Remember, the yen has been ripping all year: Most economists expect the bank to increase its ETF purchase prices, cut rates, and increase its JGB purchases, which could […]

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T3’s Take 3: Hillary Clinton Derails Pokémon Go Hype Train

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Want to Boost Your Trading Skills? Click here to sign up for one of our FREE trading webinars ******** By Michael Comeau 1) US Dollar Kills Commodities The US dollar extended its rally today as traders are once again pricing in US rate hikes this year. Just after the Brexit, Fed Funds futures implied a mere […]

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Maybe the Brexit Didn’t Kill Planet Earth After All…

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European stocks are up this morning after German’s Ifo’s business confidence reading came in better-than-expected, implying once again that Brexit-related fears have gone too far. As we’ve been noting on the Virtual Trading Floor again and again, global economic data has actually outperformed expectations since the Brexit. Below, you can see 2 charts showing the […]

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All-Time Highs on the Table?

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Happy Friday! We’re less than a day away from a much-needed weekend, so let’s try to go out strong… though I’ll settle for making it out alive. I’m picking Runaway Child, Running Wild by the Temptations as my morning pick-me-up since coffee wasn’t enough. Asian markets are slipping and Europe is slightly green following yesterday’s down day […]

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T3’s Daily Recap Report: Earnings Are Blah, but This Bull Won’t Blink!

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1) Earnings Season Rages On We walked into some big earnings reports today, and unfortunately, they were mostly bear-friendly: –Netflix (NFLX) issued very weak guidance, driving a -13.1% drop in this high-profile momentum name. -IBM (IBM) and Goldman Sachs (GS) beat expectations, but still couldn’t rally. –Rio Tinto (RIO) sank on weak demand for iron […]

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T3’s Daily Recap Report: Mr. Market Is Still Flirting With Record Highs

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1) Bears Get Grinded Out… Again! US markets managed to score a small victory today in the face of shaky European markets and geopolitical troubles in Turkey and other areas. The S&P 500 hit an intraday high of 2168.35, putting it less than one point away from making its sixth record high in as many […]

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6th SPX Record High in a Row?

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The market really feels like it’s out of gas, but lo and behold, the SPX is within a few point of hitting a new all-time high for the 6th day in a row. So let’s take a deep dive into the action and see if the bears are ready to take the lead. The action is […]

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Morning Preview: Is the Sideways Grind Beginning?

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The S&P 500 is coming off 5 all-time highs in 5 days, but we may be in for a sideways grind. On Friday, I wrote that the market was ‘feeling’ stretched but sentiment was mixed, which is typically a recipe for a whole lotta nothing in terms of action. I would not be surpised to see […]

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T3’s Take 3: Bulls go 5 for 5 in All-Time Highs, but the Picture Gets Muddy

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1) 5 Days, 5 All-Time Highs  For the fifth day in a row, the S&P 500 managed to make a new all-time high, something that hasn’t happened since 1998. The index hit a peak of 2169.05 just after the open before selling off to 2155.79, and closing down 0.1% at 2161.74. Earnings were a culprit. […]

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What’s Happening: Tragedy Strikes France

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European stocks are taking a hit following the tragic terror attack in Nice, France. Travel stocks are notably weak. However, there isn’t much of a flight to safety. European 2 and 10-year yields are up again today, gold is flat, and the yen is down. UK constructuion fell -2.1% in May, missing by a mile, […]

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