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Fed-Induced Breather or Run of the Mill Digestion?

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Global markets are flashing slightly red this morning despite yet another whopper of an earnings report from Facebook (FB). Facebook is around $130 and making new record highs, and I’m asking myself why I ever sold this stock. It’s especially impressive in the face of Twitter’s (TWTR) struggle to just meet its own guidance. NDX […]

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T3’s Take 3: Apple Hulk-Smashes the Bears

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Want to start trading like a pro? Then click here. Trust me. By Michael Comeau 1) Apple Wins, Bears Cry As I wrote yesterday, expectations appeared to be very low heading into Apple’s (AAPL) Tuessday night earnings report. The numbers confirmed that suspicion as Apple reported better-than-expected revenues, earnings, and iPhone unit sales. The company […]

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Twitter Is No Fun, Can’t Offer Proper Guidance

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I’ve been a long-time bear on Twitter (TWTR) and the company’s lousy quarter just reinforced the fact that it has 2 major problems: 1) User Experience As I’ve said before, unless you have a lot of followers, Twitter isn’t much fun. You  don’t get much engagement relative to platforms like Facebook (FB) and Instagram. Meanwhile, go out […]

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3 Next Steps to Ultimate Victory for Apple

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I was worried about Apple’s (AAPL) quarter the way everyone else was. But with very sour sentiment, I made a plan to buy if it could get and stay above $100-$101. I did that live on the VTF after-hours. Let’s take a look at the chart: Getting in was step 1. Now we’ll see if it […]

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Scott Redler’s Morning Note: Fed Dead Ahead

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Editor’s Note: This is a special FREE edition of Scott Redler’s Morning Note and his extended Morning Call video, which are released at 8:30 a.m. ET each day as part of Redler All-Access. Please call my team now at 1-888-998-3548 if you’d like to get Redler All-Access for FREE. ************* By Scott Redler We have […]

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The Morning Hammer: Apple Smashes Bears, Record Nasdaq Highs in Sight

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Global markets are in a happy mood courtesy of Apple’s (AAPL) better-than-expected earnings report, and Japan’s signaling of more stimulus. Apple is up ~$6.50 in the early going after beating analysts’ earnings, revenue, and iPhone unit estimates, and offering strong forward guidance. Meanwhile, just as traders thought Bank of Japan stimulus was priced in (based […]

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Twitter: It’s Not About Earnings, It’s About the Reaction

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I could post my numbers here and say that Twitter‘s gonna beat on EPS, have inline revenues, and the guide conservative, but frankly folks it doesn’t matter. For Twitter and this quarter, I think it’s all about the reaction to what they say.  And what they are saying is new messaging and the messaging they should […]

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The Safety Dance Starts, but You Can’t Argue With Price

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The yen is rising this morning on what looks like an advance “sell the news” reaction in advance of the Bank of Japan Meeting on July 28-29. Remember, the yen has been ripping all year: Most economists expect the bank to increase its ETF purchase prices, cut rates, and increase its JGB purchases, which could […]

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State of the Markets: This Bull Is Strong

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I mentioned last week that we are still stuck in high-level range and to me, that means we stick with a bullish bias until that lower part of the range breaks. Pulling back the zoom a little bit, let’s check the markets on a larger time frame and via sectors. The S&P 500 (via SPY) […]

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Another Golden Hammer on the Miners

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It’s a Monday and we’re seeing another golden hammer, with gold down 0.8% at $1312.70. Last Wednesday, gold and the miners had a breakaway gap to the downside followed by a sharp rebound on Thursday when GDXJ backtested its overhead 20 day moving average: Today’s gap down looks like the second cheese will get the mouse for […]

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