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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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I feel like maybe I didn’t do a great job explaining how important the Euro was this week. Many of you know that I have been updating euro futures in my futures updates for well over a month now (along with Yen futures) and the trend has been accumulation. I have shown you some unbelievable charts of euro futures that…

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From our member’s site, Today’s Daily Wrap I almost had to laugh when I accidentally (as I try hard to ignore CNBC and other Financial media’s subterfuge-trying to explain why the market did what it did for the day in a 30-second soundbite) heard the Bloomberg round-up on my local news/talk radio explaining that the market was down today on…

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From our member’s site,  Daily Wrap, October 28, 2015 by: Brandt I was just thinking back to last Friday and last night’s charts of the averages since the PBoC rate cut and s post in Friday’s Futures Update that said, “I don’t think the PBoC changed anything for the market” or for the overall October counter-trend rally. Interestingly last night…

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From our members’ site, Today’s Daily Wrap for October 13, 2015. Enjoy! Tonight I had to step back from the market for two-hours, get my head clear and look at everything. There are so many moving parts that have played a part in recent market action, concepts that are generally true, but haven’t been seen in a while (mostly because…

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From our members’ site, today’s Daily Wrap.  Enjoy! Being close to quarters end and considering the fall in Nikkei 225 futures from Friday which at last check is now -825 points, but at this week’s low over 1000 points at -1115, I thought these charts, while not directly correlated t ES, do have a rough correlation as Asia often follows…

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This is one of today’s posts from our member’s site,
Futures Updates/charts are getting VERY interesting. This upside head fake move I have expected this week since posting ‘The Week Ahead” on Friday now looks like one of the best confirmed head fake (weak underlying 3C signals) moves that we often can tell ahead of time or it’s going to …

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This is tonight’s Daily Wrap from our members site, Isn’t it strange that sometimes exactly what you are looking for is right in plain sight?
Just Friday I had posted that I rarely change my views because they are based on a lot of objective evidence and confirmation, but I’ll be the first to change my views if the objective …

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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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First I want to just touch on the Greek Drama because as envisioned, it’s not over, it’s never over with has been a characteristic of all Troika/Greek negotiations even when Greece had the former Goldman Sachs Technocrats installed as Prime Ministers who sold the country out wholesale. The apparent capitulation by Greek leadership does not necessarily equate with Greece “being…

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