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Will Day 3 of The Fed’s farewell tour be less stressful for the markets?

Global Economic Calendar June 20th-21st  2013   *Actual data releases for today Data release times are in GMT or specified US EST (Eastern Standard Time) Figures posted are estimates unless specified otherwise Data in italics-high potential to influence markets   Click here to hear audio commentary for Economic Calendar *Thursday-6:58 AM France Flash Manufacturing PMI […]

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S&P Game Changer

Could a breach of the 50 day MA (dark blue line) at 1610 today be a game changer? As seen on the chart below that level has acted as support an all attempts in recent weeks. I am a believer that a settlement under this pivot point confirms an interim top and we are preceded […]

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Will V spell Victory or Volatility for equity bulls on Fed

  GREAT PACIFIC TRADING LAS VEGAS -ECONOMIC CALENDAR &       MARKET OUTLOOK- June 18th-19th, 2013 You can reach me at rroscelli@gptc.com for questions, comments, and information about opening an account with Great Pacific Trading Las Vegas. Follow me on Twitter @richardroscelli **The information and opinions contained herein comes from sources believed to be reliable, but are […]

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Richard Roscelli Great Pacific Trading Company-Futures Market Outlook-June 14th, 2013

  GREAT PACIFIC TRADING LAS VEGAS -ECONOMIC CALENDAR &       MARKET OUTLOOK- June 13th-14th, 2013 You can reach me at rroscelli@gptc.com for questions, comments, and information about opening an account with Great Pacific Trading Las Vegas. Follow me on Twitter @richardroscelli **The information and opinions contained herein comes from sources believed to be reliable, but are […]

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NOB Spread, A Contrarian Play

When the boat is leaning one way I generally prefer to be on the other side. Do I think the 33 year bull market is over in Treasuries…the simple answer is yes but in the short run I think the debt complex has gotten ahead of itself and we get a rebound from current levels. […]

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Nikkei First …S&P Second?

Let me be clear Japan and the US are two distinctly different economies but can we draw anything from the 18% assault on the Nikkei in the last two weeks? Will trade south in Stock indexes in the East and across the pond tell investors anything about a correction domestically to come? We are comparing […]

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Think of S&P 500 as an Insurance Premium

Have you paid your portfolio insurance premiums this month? “Say what!?” you say. Well, you likely pay health insurance premiums… and for home owner’s insurance… and for car insurance. Yet many investors forget to insure their investment portfolio which, for many, is their largest asset. I’ve never understood this. I don’t know how to make […]

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The Option Queen Letter

We are not surprised to see the S&P 500 make a new high. Ever since the problems began in the Eurozone, the United States has been the least of the bad places to invest. Given our deficit problems and our political stalemate, we continue to have problems. Those problems are nothing compared to those seen […]

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