November 2015

By Steven Lord
Bitcoin’s myriad facets are coalescing into the ecosystem’s first big-league inflection point...
By Steven Lord
Bitcoin’s myriad facets are coalescing into the ecosystem’s first big-league inflection point...
By Steven Lord
Grayscale was founded as the sponsor of the Bitcoin Investment Trust (BIT), the first publicly traded securities to derive value solely from the price of bitcoin.
By Steven Lord
Mention Bitcoin to Felix Salmon, and you can sense the eye roll even though you are on the phone.
By Daniel P. Collins
Never has so much been written about a market with so little being understood.
By Lauren Schmidt
Environmental Financial Products LLC (EFP) and CBOE Holdings Inc. (CBOE) announced plans to launch the American Financial Exchange (AFX), an electronic marketplace for small and mid-sized banks to lend and borrow short-term funds.
By Garrett Baldwin
We asked Tyler Winklevoss, co-founder (along with brother Cameron) of Winklevoss Capital who together are building the Bitcoin exchange Gemini, if 2016 will be the make or break year for Bitcoin.
By Christine Short
Energy sector earnings suffer in double dip energy rout
By Ophir Gottlieb
Crude oil prices have plummeted over the last year.
By John Rawlins
Cycle Projection Oscillator: Rocket science meets markets
By Rocco Pellegrinelli
From April until the end of August, the Trendrating Smart Momentum Model issued three downgrades to every one upgrade for 211 Energy Sector stocks we cover.
By Ronnie Moas
When equity markets collapse it tends to hurt all equities, the weak and the strong.
By Steven Zhang
Predictive analytics from historical price patterns.
By Joe Cornell
In early October 2014, Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) announced a plan to split into two distinct, publicly-traded companies.
By Matt Litchfield
Profit taking among healthcare funds wasn’t a surprise as global equity markets shuddered in August, but one remarkable development was positive flows into the downtrodden energy sector.
By Daniel P. Collins
The historic downturn in crude prices at the end of 2014 caught the market by surprise. Market analysts are now arguing about what the equilibrium price of oil is.
By Hilary Till
The crude oil market has seen several dramatic swings during the last decade. Can you get on the right side of those swings?
By Phil Flynn Donald Luskin
For the last decade, any time crude oil dropped below $40 per barrel it was a sign that the global economy was in trouble.
By J Burr Vannatta
Yours, Dreamily fittingly opens with what could be a psychedelic underground carney barker (perhaps a subtle reference to Auerbach‘s Black Keys partner, Patrick Carney?), lasting only 32 seconds.
By Yesenia Duran
From the Desk of Shawn Baldwin
By Tyler Vigen
Bitcoin’s price has been relatively stable for the past few months, but last year saw a major downward trend plateauing earlier this year.
By Hillary Choo recently reported that between 2010 and 2014, vodka consumption declined almost 2%.
By Andrew Zatlin
August summer vacations leave little money and opportunity for vice.
By Yesenia Duran
Modern Trader brings you the Top Trader Classics
By Abe Cofnas
The Chinese devaluation of the yuan on Aug. 11 from 6.20 to 6.45 was a game changer for currency markets and creates critical challenges to the forex trader.
By Steve Reitmeister
Zacks ranks industries & stocks to own now.
By Michael C. Thomsett
When is it appropriate to sell naked puts? When long, and a bullish reversal is imminent.
By Uri Gruenbaum
TipRanks tracks and measures financial experts based upon the success of their recommendations.
By Ryan Bailey
The commodities market is under siege.
By Brent Plunkett

The WhaleIndex, a proprietary long-only index composed of leading hedge fund managers’ highest-conviction stocks, provides a starting point for identifying potential value in a dismal market sector. The index includes the 100 stocks most frequently disclosed on the quarterly 13F regulatory filings of consistently successful investment managers.

By Daniel Schindler
Dairy is a huge cash market and Class III futures is beginning to grow into it.
By Daniel P. Collins
There is some controversy in the technical trading community on whether or not the October 2014 selloff in equities officially qualified as a correction, defined as a 10% move from the top.
By Yesenia Duran
The liquidity found in foreign exchange markets allows for more trading opportunities than many other markets, which is why Conor O’Mara, investment director at Three Rock Capital, has more than 50% of exposure in forex.
By Christopher Mistal Jeffrey A. Hirsch
Actionable cycles, indicators and patterns from the 48th edition of Stock Trader’s Almanac
By Murray A. Ruggiero Jr.
Since the 1980s, the trading industry’s adaptation of artificial intelligence and automated trading has accelerated at a snail’s pace. But with new hardware, the waiting game may be over.
By Jean Folger
Market attributes fluctuate, and so should your frame of technical reference. By using indicators that change behavior based on market dynamics, you can improve your chances to profit.
By Howard L. Simons
Is the recent surge in algorithmic trading in the Canadian dollar causing a shift in the fundamental price tendencies of the market?
By Paul Kogut
Technical analysis takes many shapes and forms, from simple to complex, and can help traders understand why markets move.
By Kevin J. Davey
Nothing works for everyone, but one tactic comes close: Diversification. We explain how you can introduce it into your trading program and why you should.
By Paul D. Cretien
The agricultural markets, both grains and livestock, provide creative spread opportunities to take advantage of inefficiencies and temporary market deviations.
By W. Ben Hunt

Thousands of investors with stop-loss orders on exchange trade funds (ETFs) saw their positions crushed in the first 30 minutes of trading on Aug. 24. Seeing a price blow right through your stop is one of the worst experiences in trading. “What do you mean there was no liquidity at my stop? I got filled $5 below my stop?