For investors in the United States, 2013 has been the year for buying stocks. So far, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up a little over 22%, and prospects are that it will keep on rising at least through the end of the year. However, there are increasing noises from concerned investors about whether or […]
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Are we Headed for a RUT – The Russell?
By aaron on November 5, 2013 in derivatives
After 8 positive weeks that has lifted futures to record highs last week the Russell did have a negative week closing lower by just better than 2% failing to hold onto its gains. A rejection of the highs and lower trade could be a tell of what’s to come? It is too premature to call […]
No logic in the elated bullish sentiment
By aaron on March 5, 2013 in derivatives
I am always reticent when doing analysis on a market at an all time high or all time low when constructing a trade. See above history in the making as the Dow is at all time highs as futures inch towards their 2007 highs. In the last 11 weeks after challenging the 100 day MA […]