The Stock Market Insight That Will Make You Millions The markets opened higher today after Greece passed their austerity measures. As soon as the markets opened, a pattern that has been playing out every day in 2012 played out. What pattern? Early selling when volume is present, then a light volume float back to the highs of the day when volume vanishes. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) is currently trading at $135.39, +0.96 (+0.71%). This video gives you key insight into how the pro traders are investing, swing trading and day trading. This video also ***yzes key stocks like Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), , Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 (ETF) (NASDAQ:QQQ) and Caterpillar Inc.(NYSE:CAT). Take the seven day free trial to the Research Center and Intra Day Stock Chat. Join the elite pros and get the proprietary techniques to profit for life.
Weekly Market Update 14 February 2012 Michael Hewson CMC Markets MIchael looks back at last week and ahead to this weeks Eurogroup meeting, Greece debt saga, UK inflation data and expectations, as well as the other major economic events this week in the UK, Europe and the US.
Markets Eye Oil Retreat Below $100
Markets react to S & P Downgrade Schiff Report Video Blog August 20th 2011 Check out my new special report on classic gold scams at
McCaughan Says European Downgrades Reflect Markets Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Jim McCaughan, chief executive officer at Principal Global Investors, talks about today's credit downgrade of France, Austria and seven other European nations by Standard & Poor's, and his investment strategy. He speaks with Lisa Murphy and Adam Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
Wood Likes Commodities, Emerging Markets Over Long Term April 6 (Bloomberg) -- Stephen Wood, chief market strategist at Russell Investments, talks about the US economy, stocks and investment strategy. Wood also discusses Europe's sovereign debt crisis. He speaks with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
Stock Market Video: Education To Avoid The Wall Street Hype The markets are moving higher today on the back of good economic data from China. The markets look to China mainly because they are the only country big enough to help the world out of its funk. As the markets rally today, the $133.30 level on the SPY remains key. As long as there is no close above that level, downside continues to be likely. Financial stocks are nearing major resistance areas. This can be seen on Goldman Sachs and is covered in this video. In addition, is falling but having almost no effect on the technology sector. Watch this video and open your eyes to the proprietary ***ysis that has made members of InTheMoneyStocks millions. Take the seven day free trial to the Research Center and Intra Day Stock Chat. Become one of the elite and start profiting for life.
5 March - Mad Markets with Paul Theron () ABN's Eleni Giokos speaks with Mad Markets' Paul Theron, taking a different look at the financial news driving the markets.
Stock Market Trends 2012 QE3 Short Interest & Market Volatility Stock Market Trends 2012 QE3 Short Interest & Market Volatility Upside Then Downside. High asset and commodity prices will not make it politically possible for Bernanke to go through with QE3. Fed's QE3 May Be Preferred Over QE2 for Asia. Don't look for QE3 hints...
Apple Soars, Markets Wait for Fed
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Markets Mayhem: Asia stocks plummet on US rating downgrade Asian stocks tumbled early on Monday, kicking of what is a string of torrid trading around the globe. It follows last week's rout and is on the back of America getting its credit rating cut, as well as the Eurozone's debt wound that refuses to heal. RT's Priya Sridhar is in Asia's third largest economy, India, with the latest outlook.
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Marc Faber - Is Greece Irrelevant for global Markets - 10 feb 2012 Go to for more Marc Faber Interviews
Market Watch Apr 07, Part 1 Market Watch tracks the Indian stock market for you. Catch expert stockbrokers giving tips on right investments and get information straight from the horse's mouth with top corporate honchos discussing their business plans and ***ysing the latest market trends. "Market Watch" also gives you a comprehensive coverage of world financial markets.
Markets of Britain, a short film by Lee Titt (via Serafinowicz and Popper) Boing Boing proudly presents "Markets of Britain," a documentary discovered by Robert Popper and Peter Serafinowicz* from the archives of a great and underappreciated British filmmaker named Lee Titt, who also never existed. You may also enjoy this Boing Boing Video interview with Popper and Serafinowicz, about their faux-educational absurdist science program LOOK AROUND YOU, now out on DVD: Boing Boing post: bit.ly Buy the LOOK AROUND YOU DVD: amzn.to Robert Popper: Peter Serafinowicz Lee Titt I dunno.
Confusion Caused by Military Drill Rattles Markets: Alex Jones Tuesday Edition False Rumor That Strait of Hormuz Was Closed Sends Oil Prices Skyrocketing Paul Joseph Watson www.prisonplanet.tv Tuesday, December 13, 2011 A rumor that Iran had closed the Strait of Hormuz sent oil prices skyrocketing today, but the story turned out to be inaccurate and was likely a result of confusion surrounding an upcoming Iranian military drill set to take place near the key oil choke point. As we reported yesterday, an Iranian MP went public with the claim that Iran was about to stage a military drill to practice closing the Strait of Hormuz, after which the Iranian military declined to comment. Earlier today, the Tehran Times confirmed that Iran was preparing to "practice its ability to close the Strait of Hormuz." A report out of real-time ***ysts Ransquawk then claimed that the channel had in fact already been closed, a rumor that sent traders scrambling. "By 10:40 am EDT oil had jumped from $98.590 before the rumor, to $101.25 at its peak, and has settled to $100.30 — still sitting almost $2 higher than before the supposition began," reports Business Insider. At time of press, prices have settled to around $99 dollars a barrel. Other reports confirm that the Strait was not closed at any point. Iran's Foreign Ministry has confirmed that the Strait is open, reports Bloomberg. In addition, Ransquawk now reports that the US fifth fleet has confirmed maritime traffic in the Strait is normal. The dramatic surge in oil prices seems to have been ...
Dow Jones Down: US stock markets slump after rating downgrade President Barack Obama has defended the American economy, claiming the US is still a triple A country. The markets there don't seem to be in full agreement they've followed the rest of the global economy following Friday's downgrade of American credit. The Dow Jones has lost more than 4 per cent . RT's Marina Portnaya live from New York with the latest.
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Iran's gold and currency markets-Iran Today-02-07-2012 The dust is slowly settling after weeks of furious activity in Iran's gold and currency markets. When news hit of yet another round of sanctions on Iran's oil industry, and worse still, on Iran's central bank, panic ensued. The word on the street was that gold was going to spike, and the exchange rate for dollars and other foreign currencies was set to soar, and so the stampede ensued. People started buying up gold coins, the Iranian nation's favorite form of investment, and withdrawing large amounts of money from the bank to convert into dollars. Meanwhile the prices of Gold and foreign currencies did go on climbing at a terrific rate, spurred on by the increase in demand. Hoping to get rich quick, lots of people started buying dollars and selling them on, and those with a stockpile of Gold coins stashed away for a rainy day, started cashing in on their hoard. But what goes up must come down. The Iranian government finally stepped in and balanced things out. In a matter of hours prices fell, leaving many of those who gambled with their savings, a lot poorer. In this edition of the show we will be discussing the recent fluctuations in Iran's gold and currency market, and what has been done to counter the instability and put people's mind's at rest.
Trader on the BBC says Eurozone Market will crash In a scary and painfully frank interview BBC interviewer Maxine Croxall, is visibly shaken when market trader Alessio Rastani predicts that the "Market is Toast." Apparently there is nothing Euro governments can do. Fat Cats insist on massive pay awards "Everybody is suffering apart from the people who caused this" video Enthusiastic support from outspoken financial commentator Alex Jones Apparently the "blowback" has started with various commentators attacking Alessio; this TV clip from ITV is particularly vicious. The BBC featured a version of this clip on their website. It includes a few seconds missing from the beginning, but ends before the newsreader describes the situation as a "Nightmare!"
Keiser Report: Myotonic Markets (E176) This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the Fainting Bankers of Wall Street and the myotonic markets they inspire. In the second half of the show Max talks to Chris Martenson about the insolvency of the banking system and about Dr. Bernanke's misdiagnosis of the cause of the financial crisis. /KeiserReport
Keiser Report - Markets! Finance! Scandal! (E93) This week Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert look at the scandals of shameless Britain and Wall Street's cash cow. In the second half of the show, Max talks to David Morgan about the silver market.
More Greek Troubles, World Markets Slide Again World markets tumbled again Monday after news came from Greece that it wouldn't meet its deficit reduction targets. Greek students clashed with police in the streets of Athens. (Oct. 3)
State of the Gold Market - Sept. 26, 2011 Peter Schiff gives his ***ysis of recent developments in the precious metals markets.
Mike Maloney breaks down Price Manipulation in the Gold and Silver Market Follow us @ Welcome to Capital Account. Hedge funds and investors have reportedly been puzzled by weird movements in credit markets. According to the Wall Street Journal, markets have been rattled by one trader with deep pockets being called the "London Whale" who it's believed works for JP Morgan. It just goes to show how individuals and firms can move markets. Today, we'll talk about manipulation in the gold and silver markets with Mike Maloney, of . He believes that manipulation is going on (contrary to the words of Blythe Masters, who spoke with CNBC yesterday, affirming that JP Morgan is simply "hedging" it's silver positions with large open shorts), but that rather than being a bad thing for individual investors, simply presents an opportunity for buying more metal and cheaper prices. This is something that the state of South Carolina failed to grasp in a recent report it conducted, in which it found that the price of gold and silver is manipulated. Rather than concluding that this manipulation, rather than presenting an opportunity for investment, prohibits the state of South Carolina from investing in precious metals. An US payrolls for March rose far less than expected which means people are talking about an extension of the Federal Reserve's stimulus measures -- buzzing about more. We talk often about the malevolent effects of fractional reserve banking based on a pyramid of fiat liabilities and fiat currency, but what about ...
What's Really Going On In The Housing Market Prices are at new lows but sales are picking up, and even Warren Buffett says he was 'dead wrong.' Case-Shiller Index: onforb.es Warren Buffett Shareholder Letter: onforb.es Toll Brothers: onforb.es Lowe's/Home Depot: onforb.es
Market Watch 31,March 2012 Part 1 Market Watch tracks the Indian stock market for you. Catch expert stockbrokers giving tips on right investments and get information straight from the horse's mouth with top corporate honchos discussing their business plans and ***ysing the latest market trends. "Market Watch" also gives you a comprehensive coverage of world financial markets.
Alphatrends Stock Market ***ysis 12/2/11 Last Friday the market closed on the low of a week long selloff and the market looked terrible. On Monday, the markets exploded higher with a large gap, which left shorts scrambling to cover and sidelined cash wondering if it was just a blip in a downtrend. As the market held the gains we saw another large gap higher on Wednesday which further pressured shorts and make disciplined traders who are accustomed to "cleaner setups" feeling like they once again missed out. Of course there were intraday opportunities and some decent setups, but most of the people I know felt like they missed a lot of the action. To keep things in perspective, the $SPY is still negative YTD, despite a massive 7.3% rally this week. The market volatility has been phenomenal this year and there is no reason to think things have settled down or become more normal. The video below discusses some of the key levels to keep an eye on from here.
Short Setups Reveled With Stock Market ***ysis The markets continue to float neutral to higher on extremely light volume. Complacency seems to be the word of the day as retail investors continue to buy and think the world is perfect. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY)sold off mid morning on a Dollar surge but hit key support. From that point on, the float higher returned. As of now, it is trading at $134.93, +0.14 (+0.10%). This video talks about Chinese stocks as they surge on the Shanghqi Index jump overnight. The Chinese solar sector is leading the move today with stocks like ReneSola Ltd. (ADR) (NYSE:SOL). The video goes on to unveil two key tops put in on the daily charts. The first is on CF Industries Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:CF) and the second is on Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE:HOG). Watch this video to learn where the market is headed and what swing trade setups to take. Then, take the seven day free trial to the Research Center and Intra Day Stock Chat. Join the elite pros and start making money today.
2012 Farmers' Market 1st Day The 25th annual Boulder County Farmers' Market began the 2012 season on Saturday, April 7, 2012. Video by Cliff Grassmick
IG Markets Daily Market update 6 March 2012 China growth concerns set to weigh on market open - - .au The comments in this video do not constitute investment advice and IG Markets accepts no responsibility for any use that may be made of them.
Charles Biderman: The Problem with Rigged Markets "Even Wile E. Coyote had to come back down to earth sooner or later", says Charles Biderman, founder of TrimTabs Investment Research. In his opinion, the prices of stocks and bonds - enabled by excessive financialization of our economy and central bank money printing - have been defying gravity for a dangerously long time. If we continue to do all we can to preserve the status quo -- to maintain "phoney" asset price levels as Charles calls them -- at best we will restrict overall growth and handicap the economy. The problem isn't so much the unfairness and malinvestment evident in a rigged market. As Charles shrewdly asks: what happens when the market becomes un-rigged? We've never experienced the unwinding of an entirely manipulated financial system, so we can't predict for sure. But at this point, a painful collapse of our markets and loss of the US dollar as the world's reserve currency seem entirely plausible.
Murphy Expects China to Lead Emerging Markets' Gains Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Murphy, managing partner at Family Office Research & Management Ltd. in Sydney, a private wealth-management firm, talks about global stocks and his investment strategy. Murphy also discusses President Barack Obama's State of the Union address. He speaks with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
Black Market Shopping with Pakistani Gun Runners - VICE Travel In 2006, Suroosh Alvi was one of a handful of journalists who was able to get into the massive guns market in Pakistan's tribal areas -- home base for the Taliban since the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001. He returned to Pakistan this month and found the entire country was a "powder keg ready to explode." To see where VICE goes to next, check out:
Markets swoon on double dip fears Schiiff Report Video Blog June 1st 2011
Don Valentine, Sequoia Capital: "Target Big Markets" www.gsb.stanford.edu Since founding Sequoia Capital in 1972, Don Valentine has financed many of the companies (Apple, Oracle, Electronic Arts, NVIDIA, Cisco, Google, YouTube, etc.) that have been Silicon Valley's biggest technology and business success stories. In this View From The Top, he describes some of the insights that allowed him to lead Sequoia through almost four decades of disruptive changes, creating several new industries along the way.
Ben Bernanke Vs. The Market Stocks and gold retreat as the Federal Reserve shows reluctance for more stimulus.
'London Whale' Rattles Debt Market In recent weeks, hedge funds and other investors have been puzzled by unusual movements in some credit markets, and have been buzzing about the identity of a deep-pocketed trader dubbed "the London whale." That trader, according to people familiar with the matter, is a low-profile, French-born JP Morgan Chase & Co. employee named Bruno Michel Iksil. Mr. Iksil has taken large positions for the bank in insurance-like products called credit-default swaps. Lately, partly in reaction to market movements possibly resulting from Mr. Iksil's trades, some hedge funds and others have made heavy opposing bets, according to people close to the matter.
Social Cooperation: Why Thieves Hate Free Markets Students: Get a full week of this at an IHS Summer Seminar - lrnlbty.co Many believe that market economies create a dog eat dog environment full of human conflict and struggle. To Prof. Aeon Skoble, the competition in markets does not create conflict, but rather, encourages people to cooperate with one another for mutual benefit. For instance, suppose a thief steals a suit from Macy's. If Macy's knew who the thief was, one could argue that Macy's has an incentive to keep this information from their competitors. By withholding information about the thief, it would make it much less likely that thief would get caught while robbing Macy's competitors. However, in the real world, competitors share information about theft with one another, creating a valuable information network. Competitors share information because it is in all of their mutual interest to crack down on theft. If a business chooses to ignore the information network, they lose out on valuable information. The example above is just one of many examples where competitors have a strong incentive to cooperate with one another. In a certain way, we're all merchants who trade with one another. We all individually depend on networks of reputation and trust to own a car, own a home, and have a job. In a world of competition and scarcity, we are not only capable of cooperating with one another, but we frequently do. These voluntary systems of social cooperation, often called organic or spontaneous orders, are not ...