Stock Market Crashed Yesterday with Huge Sell-Off of Media Stock …

Stock Market Crashed Yesterday with Huge Sell-Off of Media Stock: The Reality, Traditional Media is Dead!
— August 7, 2015With all due respect to Mark Twain, it appears that recent reports of traditional media’s death have in fact not been “greatly exaggerated.” If anything, they were understated. Yesterday, investors dumped their media stocks, confirming what we’ve known for some time: the […]

Janet Yellen Can’t Pop The Biotech Bubble (But The SF Gate Can)

Submitted by Daniel Drew via,Biotech has a special place in the heart of the gambler investor. In the modern market where the average investor doesn’t stand a chance, some of them indulge their hope and turn to lottery tickets. If only they can get the next Gilead or the next Amgen, they will become the next wildly successful “maverick” […]

The Stock Market Meets the FED This Week :: The Market Oracle …

The Stock Market Meets the FED This WeekStock-Markets / Stock Markets 2015Jun 14, 2015 – 03:43 PM GMTBy: Brad_GudgeonLast weekend, I was looking for bottom late Monday near 2067/70 and then a strong rally to perhaps as high SPX 2101/13 by Wednesday. The SPX bottomed early Tuesday at 2072 and rallied to 2115 by Thursday. I give myself an A- […]

Are Biotech Stocks Nearing Exhaustion… Again? | See It Market

In early April I wrote a piece arguing that biotech stocks – using the iShares Nasdaq Biotech ETF (IBB) as a proxy – looked to be under distribution. At the time the IBB traded at approximately $340. My argument rested on negative divergences in the Shares Outstanding / Price action of the IBB, Block Money Flow trends, an increase in volatility, […]

Stock Market Wild Swings Coming! :: The Market Oracle :: Financial …

Stock Market Wild Swings Coming!Stock-Markets / Stock Markets 2015May 31, 2015 – 05:39 PM GMTBy: Brad_GudgeonLast time I wrote, the market looked toppy and I was anticipating a 2.5 week low Tuesday (which used to be the dominant 5 week lo). We rallied Wednesday after the expected selling then sold off the rest of the week. I had said that […]

What Happens When Everyone Is a Chinese Stock Market Genius …

A customer strolls into a bookstore, goes the popular Chinese joke, and tells the salesperson: “I’m looking for a book with no killers, but much bloodshed; with no love, but great regret; with no spies, but constant paranoia. Can you make a recommendation?” Just one, the salesperson replies: The State of the Chinese Stock Market.Then there’s this one about a […]

The Diversification Dividend

by Lars Kroijer, The CFA InstituteThe world equity portfolio is the most diversified equity portfolio available — or as I described it in my last post, “the cheapest, broadest, most tax-efficient index tracker of aggregate world equity markets” an investor can find.In order to get a sense of the overall benefits of diversification in a given domestic market, consider the following chart:Printer-friendly […]

Relative Strength and Weakness

I borrowed this blog post from Michail Shadkin aka @EpicaCapital . I am posting it here so I can read it often. This a copy and paste and no editing has been done.6 types of relative strength/weakness very specific to MY intraday trading.Everybody has heard of relative strength and relative weakness, but what exactly is the strength/weakness relative […]

Stock Market Topping Scenarios :: The Market Oracle :: Financial …

Stock Market Topping ScenariosStock-Markets / Stock Markets 2015Apr 21, 2015 – 06:28 PM GMTBy: Anthony_CherniawskiWave (v) of [c] may not be complete yet. Assuming the labels and structure are correct, we may arrive at the final target for Wave (v). Since Wave (iii) is approximately 50% larger than Wave (i), we may assume that Wave (v) may seek equality with […]

How to invest your cash if you're convinced the stock market is about

Time.comThis is not good recently published a column advising a 33-year-old from Los Angeles who was trying to decide what to do with a newly gained $200,000 windfall. Their advice is clear in the article’s title: “When Going All In Is Not A Risky Bet”.This has raised the hackles of some commenters, with stock market blogger Jesse Felder observing […]