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By Al Brooks | February 13, 2015
By Alan Rohrbach | February 11, 2015
The Eurogroup decision on Greek debt stretch request today will be the key near-term influence.
By Al Brooks | February 11, 2015
Al Brooks provides bar-by-bar analysis on a five-minute chart of the previous day’s prices action in the E-mini S&P 500. This is his analysis for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015.
By Alan Rohrbach | February 9, 2015
Friday’s S&P 500 selloff might only be a temporary setback into goodly lower support.
By Al Brooks | February 6, 2015
The S&P 500 E-mini’s dominant price action feature of the today for day traders was the trading range price action just below the top of the month long trading range.
By Al Brooks | February 4, 2015
The S&P 500 E-mini’s dominant price action features of the today for day traders was the gap up, followed by a trending trading range day.
By Alan Rohrbach | February 3, 2015
The debt demand moderation of new Greek Syriza government boosts U.S. and EU equities.
By EidoSearch | February 2, 2015
There's been a lot of discussion about the trajectory of the drop in crude oil prices from a high of $106 in June to the low of $44 reached last week. Is it good or bad for the economy and for the broad U.S. stock market?
By Alan Rohrbach | February 2, 2015
Can extreme austerity bring debt relief to a heavily indebted nation?
By Jeff Greenblatt | February 2, 2015
Risk is extraordinarily high this year. The cycles call for it and even the charts support it.