Traders Daily Trade Updates

  Markets are likely to get bumpy today, as North Korea fires a missile over Japan, as the Hurricane dumps trillions of gallons of water on Texas, and as fear returns to the market. Such volatility should be no surprise these days, though. One day we’re soaring.  The next day we’re diving.  And repeat. Perhaps…

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Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium Preview: Why UBS Says, “You Don’t Need to Skip Lunch”

As investors turn their attention to this weekend’s gathering of central bankers from around the world, history shows there are profits to be made. In 1978, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City held the first Economic Policy Symposium.  It was designed as a “meeting of the minds,” for central bankers, policy experts and academics…

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Traders Daily Alert

Just the other day, we noted that Nike (NKE) could be a near-term buy. But we had to wait for confirmation. The worst thing you can ever do is buy a falling knife set up.  Do so, and you wind up screwing up your account while you hope for the best That’s not a good…

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Traders Daily Alert

We’d love to hear what you think of this new and free Traders Daily program to date. We’re still trying to add more of your suggestions, too.  In fact, if there’s something else you’d like to see us add, or if you have a question, or comment, respond to this e-=mail and we’ll get back…

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Traders Daily Alert

At the moment, futures are down on the Federal Reserve’s lower inflation outlook. While we wait for this “fun” to be priced in, I wanted to answer two questions received just yesterday.  One was, “Aren’t options more risky to trade?” The other was, “’I’m relatively new to options trading and see that currently TRUE is…

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