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I have been posting some of our methods, concepts, and forecasts that are at least several days ahead of the market to allow 
Wolf on Wall Street Members, 
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to take advantage of the information, to know what to expect and to know how to use the information

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I have been posting some of our methods, concepts, and forecasts that are at least several days ahead of the market to allow 
Wolf on Wall Street Members, 
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to take advantage of the information, to know what to expect and to know how to use the information

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I have been posting some of our methods, concepts, and forecasts that are at least several days ahead of the market to allow 
Wolf on Wall Street Members, 
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to take advantage of the information, to know what to expect and to know how to use the information

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This is our most recent trade @ Wolf on Wall Street, just closed this morning, not because of bigger picture considerations, but shorter term option related concerns. Friday, December 12, 2014
QQQ PUT P/L
The December 20th (monthly) QQQ $105 Puts that were just closed were opened November 26th. With the Q’s moving to fill the gap and

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Wolf on Wall Street…
As many of you know ( I know several of you took gains on the trade today), our recent AAPL June $625 Put Update)…
 As AAPL breaks lower (1 min intraday) and breaks one of our key levels of $625 for our AAPL June $625 Put Update
AAPL breaking $625 intraday (1

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The market is going gorillas right now….Underneath the surface stocks are breaking out and the key is to swing the bat when your set up appears and make sure to get rid off what is not moving immediately.  However the $NDX and $COMPQ are due for some rest/ maybe a pullback.  I know it feels like the market will never…

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NDX BOUNCE-$QQQ

by ZorTrades on November 22, 2011

in Editorial, Stocks

As of right now the Telechart McClellan Oscillator is at -320, extremely oversold, the $NDX (QQQ) is now down 5 days in a row, and has been below its lower bollinger band for 2 days in a row. Some of the key stocks in the $QQQ–$AAPL, $AMZN, $PCLN, $BIDU,  are oversold and due for a bounce.  $AAPL has been up…

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Long Kiss Goodnight SPY

by ZorTrades on September 27, 2011

in Stocks

You can draw your own conclusions, $NDX, $COMPQ, $RTH have been holding up better than most, $IYT $USO $IYR $OIH are leading to the downside. Here are some charts of interest:

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As a reminder, this series of articles as a collection are intended to help frame the potential outcomes of the coming 12 months or so of the global markets. They are not intended to be a forecast per se, but to provide longer term deeper insight based on the current market structure. Each article is complete in itself, but the…

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Last week’s review of the macro market indicators for the week looked to bring a continued rise in the price for Gold. Crude Oil and the US Dollar Index were looking for a catalyst to move out of their recent ranges. US Treasury Bonds look to continue lower as emerging market moved higher. Volatility looked like it may be making…

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Last month in this space my Monthly Macro Review/Preview suggested Gold would continue its move higher and potentially start a steeper climb. Oil may joining the party after moving strongly off of its base. The US Dollar index appeared very sick. US Treasury prices seem poised to move higher, further reducing yields, although they may wander on the way up.…

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Last week’s review of the macro market indicators for the week looked to bring weaker prices for Gold and a continued rise off of a bottoming process in the US Dollar Index. US Treasury Bonds looked to move lower as Oil consolidated in a range waiting for a catalyst. Emerging markets looked poised to move higher but may have some…

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