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Today alone was a very interesting day, far more than meets the eye and from what I’ve seen from twits, bulls have been too busy patting themselves on the backs to take the time to look in the areas that tell you what’s coming instead of what’s happening.
Perhaps I’ll get in to a few of the numerous events today …

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By: Nic Chahine Investing in options is better than investing in stocks. Today’s post will show how there is an even better way of trading options. Consider this article to be part two of a three part series; the third part will follow in the coming days. Even though investing in options provides a better […]…

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I’ll be posting a few articles, updates and alerts from our member’s site,over the weekend. 
Wolf on Wall Street
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We not only saw the accumulation in the market last week and had positioned ourselves tot take advantage of a move up we saw coming the previous week while …

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I’ll be posting a few articles, updates and alerts from our member’s site,over the weekend. 
Wolf on Wall Street
(*for more information about Wolf on Wall Street, click the link above)
We not only saw the accumulation in the market last week and had positioned ourselves tot take advantage of a move up we saw coming the previous week while …

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A lot of what the market does from day to day seems random or there’s some reason for it like an economic report that was released before the open.
What would you say if I told you that there’s almost nothing random about the market, that moves you see today were planned days or weeks before and set up ahead …

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A lot of what the market does from day to day seems random or there’s some reason for it like an economic report that was released before the open.
What would you say if I told you that there’s almost nothing random about the market, that moves you see today were planned days or weeks before and set up ahead …

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Analysts continue to be stunned by the rate at which cash is rolling into Apple (AAPL). At current cash flows, the company’s hoard is expected to grow from $96.7 billion to $130 billion by next June, an increase of nearly $220 million a day! So far, the company has resisted every entreaty to part with some of this dosh, either…

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Newspapers, TV, radio, and the Internet all carried the same headline in San Francisco today: “Apple Now World’s Largest Company.” That was the response to the company’s Q4 earnings of $13 billion announced yesterday that drove its market capitalization skyward to $415 billion, surpassing ExxonMobile’s (XOM) once again. What is even more amazing is that its cash position now sits…

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It is already January 24, and the S&P 500 has seen a grand total of two down days so far in 2012. Are we on the eve of one of the great bull markets of all time? Is it off to the races once again? I follow dozens of fundamental and trading research services and the number that are flashing…

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Fundamental Headlines • Economy in U.S. Preferred by Investors – Bloomberg • Obama Calls for Higher Taxes on Wealthy – Bloomberg • Fed Set to Push Back Timing of Eventual Rate Hike – Reuters • German Bunds Draw Strong Demand – WSJ • Obama Makes Populist Pitch – WSJ European Session Summary Price action was very choppy in the overnight, …

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Courtesy of Phil of Phil’s Stock World  More Free Money – OR ELSE! That’s the rally cry from the new IMF chief (appointed under mysterious circumstances). Lagarde gives the cry in Berlin this morning as she warns that the world will descent into the 1930s without – among other things – greater resources being devoted to various bailout mechanisms –…

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By Andrey Dashkov, Casey Research In last week’s Metals, Mining, and Money from Casey Research, Jeff Clark estimated that given the magnitude of the correction that started last September, it may take until May 2012 for gold to reach a new high. Let’s take a look at how long it may take for silver to rebound. It’s a commonly known…

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