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From our members’ site, Amazingly the overnight market started one way (very bullish) as overseas markets took their cue from the US reaction to the F_E_D’s rate hike which as explained before is a sham as no rate hikes are good and although the talk was in dovish tones, the dot-plot indicated nothing of the such, in fact it indicated…

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This is tonight’s Daily Wrap and Market Forecast from our members’ site, DAILY WRAP POSTED BY: BRANDT Wednesday, July 1st 2015 Today was one of those days I’ve spoke of recently in which objective evidence has to trump emotion or gut feeling and while it wasn’t easy to understand right off the open as signals that didn’t make a lot…

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A Basic Portfolio of Core Shorts including FAZ (3x Short Financials) which we have put out as a trade idea as recently as June 12th, Trade Idea: XLF Trend (short) which is now up 3% in XLF short since and +7.10% in FAZ, the favored trade…
Our Trade Idea: XLF Trend (short) / FAZ long at the red arrow. Our …

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We just posted this and just booked this +80% QQQ Put (July 17th $110 put) gain at our members’  site, This is why… QQQ Follow Up Posted by: Brandt 11:40 a.m. Monday June 29, 2015 It looks like we may have hit the intraday or a.m. low right on the nose and  if you are fa,miller with our concept of…

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This is a post from our members’ site,
Wolf on Wall Street
While we are not specifically looking for day trade set-ups, our indicators and market giveaways today were so reliable, we called not one, but two tradable intraday areas; the first the low of the day and the second the high of the day in to the …

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Wolf on Wall Street
market analysis/forecast post, the first of a series.
I believe the market is nearing an important area, so we are looking back to our April 2nd Market Forecast to lay the ground work for current analysis as everything we were looking for to happen, has.
Saturday April 25, 2015
Going…

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These two forecasts are from our members’ site, 
Wolf on Wall Street
taken from the weekly post and forecast, “The Week Ahead” and “The Daily Wrap” from Friday, April 17th, 2015
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“The Week Ahead” Friday, April 17th, 2015
“Today’s events have broken the charts, but I suspect Wall St. will not accept the losses represented by today’s…

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At Wolf on Wall Street we set-up trade probabilities in advance. We let the trade come to our members rather than chasing price around with no idea why and/or no edge or one we don’t understand. Our edge is of our own making, not something that we don’t understand and certainly not in a position that we don’t …

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At Wolf on Wall Street we set-up trade probabilities in advance. We let the trade come to our members rather than chasing price around with no idea why and/or no edge or one we don’t understand. Our edge is of our own making, not something that we don’t understand and certainly not in a position that we don’t …

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The following post below, Futures’ Charts Update was from charts collected before today’s afternoon deterioration that broke local support levels around 3:15 p.m. However the charts which were collected before 3 p.m. EDT today in “Futures Charts Update”, forecasted this afternoon’s events, but even more so, our Daily Wrap posted yesterday forecast events with an excerpt from our …

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Every once in a while I publish the complete post from our member’s site, 
Wolf on Wall Street.
Believe it or not, even though this is a member’s site, I have a keen interest in seeing the little guy who doesn’t mind hard work, beat the street and occasionally we are at areas in the market where you …

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Today was the much anticipated F_O_M_C removal of patience, yet the market knee jerked higher, I wonder if there was a leak as to what dovish bones Yellen and co. would throw the market to cushion the sudden lack of the F_E_D put or as you might call it, “uncertainty”. Last Tuesday we called a bounce that we…

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