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Base-ically The Same As May
4 days ago by Tom Bruni @ All Star Charts

From the desk of Tom Bruni @BruniCharting Last night was our Members-Only Conference Call where we discussed the major themes we’re seeing across asset classes. A big theme was the lack of direction within Equities and last month’s failed breakout to new highs in the US as we “catch down” to some of the weakness we’re […] The post Base-ically The Same As May appeared first on All Star Charts.

The Power of Choice
4 days ago by Alizah Asif Farooqi @ Gartner L2

Perhaps the best showcase of a brand's products is one curated by the consumer himself.

Bringing Women to the Table | Chartwise Women
4 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Mary Ellen and Erin tackle bringing women to the table when it comes to investing and saving. This video originally aired on StockCharts TV, the only 24/7 video streaming channel devoted exclusively to financial charting and market analysis from the web’s top technical experts. Watch live shows and see our complete content schedule at StockCharts.com/tv

Current Markets | Dr. Alexander Elder
4 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Dr. Alexander Elder discusses his thoughts about the current market environment; including, SPY, his view on sectors, and long-term positions.

Building a Portfolio | Tom Bowley
4 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Tom reveals his secrets for creating a profitable portfolio by using earnings reports and StockCharts tools.

The Stock Market Bear That Began 19 Months Ago
4 days ago by SA Editor's Picks

Don't Freak Out about the Yield Curve
4 days ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

There are reasons to be concerned. The global economy is slowing. The US economy has slowed. Current policy (especially on trade) is a drag on growth. But I wouldn't freak out about the yield curve.In mid-1998 the spread between the 10 year and the 2 year went slightly negative, and a recession didn't start until 2001 - over 2 1/2 years later. Of course the Fed cut rates in 1998 - just like the current situation.When the spread turned solidly negative in 2000, the Fed was raising rates.   That would be a more concerning scenario.Also, with overall yields so low, I'm not sure this indicator is as useful as it has been.   The yield curve is indicating economic weakness, but I'm not currently on recession watch.Here is a graph of 10-Year Treasury Constant Maturity Minus 2-Year Treasury Constant Maturity from FRED.<a href="https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-cGEK172UBzg/XVRWrb4MFUI/AAAAAAAAyys/w6Fwekwlf1InLGoE4DD8N9DUt...

[Free Options Webinar] Gareth Ryan of IUR Capital: Protecting Investment Portfolios from U.S./China Trade Tensions
4 days ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

Gareth Ryan of IUR Capital returns to the Options Tribe to discuss his techniques for controlling investment portfolio risks in these uncertain times. The post [Free Options Webinar] Gareth Ryan of IUR Capital: Protecting Investment Portfolios from U.S./China Trade Tensions appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

Dr. Alexander Elder “Current Markets" | MarketWatchers Live
4 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Dr. Alexander Elder joined the show this morning to discuss his thoughts about the current market environment. Tom annotated audience symbol requests in the 10n10 segment.

All Star Interviews Season 3, Episode 6: Todd Sohn, Technical Strategist at Strategas Securities
4 days ago by JC @ All Star Charts

Todd Sohn is one of my favorite guys to talk to about the markets. He often sends me charts that no one else is looking at and points out important data that most people aren’t talking about. His unique perspective on the market definitely makes him stand out from the rest. Todd and his team […] The post All Star Interviews Season 3, Episode 6: Todd Sohn, Technical Strategist at Strategas Securities appeared first on All Star Charts.

Wednesday links: some bond math
4 days ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

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I made this trading mistake in $UBER
4 days ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

I made an unacceptable mistake trading UBER. I outline the mistake and the consequences for my trading. Next I share ideas to mitigate mistakes you will inevitably make as a trader. I hope in this video you learn from my mistake so you do not make one with your trading account. The post I made this trading mistake in $UBER appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

Yield Curve Inversion - What's That About? | Greg Schnell | Market Buzz
4 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

A review of the overnight move to a yield inversion where the 2YR is higher than the 10YR. Using the tools on StockCharts, Greg shows a range of charts to display the yield curve from different perspectives.

Personal finance links: it just doesn’t matter
4 days ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

Wednesdays are all about personal finance here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the...

Houston Real Estate in July: All Time Record One-Month Sales, Sales up 11% YoY, Inventory Up 10%
4 days ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

From the HAR: The Houston Real Estate Market Heats Up in JulyConsumers kept Realtors across greater Houston busy in July, accounting for the greatest one-month volume of single-family home sales of all time. According to the latest monthly report from the Houston Association of Realtors® (HAR), July single-family home sales totaled 8,953. That is up 11.6 percent year-over-year and exceeds the last one-month sales volume record set in June 2018 (8,385). On a year-to-date basis, sales are 3.0 percent ahead of 2018’s record volume. Realtors point to low mortgage interest rates and the steady growth in inventory for the solid monthly performance. Housing inventory continues to outpace 2018 with a 4.3-months supply compared to a 4.1-months supply last July. However, inventory peaked in June 2019 at a 4.4-months supply. Housing inventory is now holding at levels that prevailed before Hurri...