Showing posts from July, 2009

Gata Dispatches:Will China keep buying U.S. bonds?

Submitted by cpowell on 07:47PM ET Friday, July 31, 2009. Section: Daily Dispatches By Liz Rappaport and James T. Areddy The Wall Street Journal Friday, July 31, 2009 SB124896282178793797.html ? Shaky auctions of Treasury notes this week reignited concerns about whether the government can attract buyers from China and elsewhere to soak up trillions in new debt. A fuse was lit this week when traders noted China's apparent absence from direct participation in two Treasury bond auctions. While China may have bought Treasurys just before the auctions, market participants read the country's actions as a worrying sign that China and other foreign investors may be ratcheting back purchases at a time when the U.S. is seeking to fund a $1.8 trillion budget deficit. This week alone, the U.S. deluged the bond market with more than $200 billion in record-size sales. The U.S. has had little trouble finding buyers in recent months. But that demand is fadin

What happened to the Gold market? By Adam Hewison

I think it came as a big surprise to many traders that the gold market imploded on Tuesday pushing to its lowest levels in several days. Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS Dear Friends: The downward spiral was enough to trigger a daily “Trade Triangle” which moved us into the neutral camp on this market. Exiting our long gold position based on our “Trade Triangle” signals produced a very small profit or in some cases of break even trade. So the question is: Is the sharp downward move in gold over? In my new video I answer that question and share with you some levels I think gold will go to on the downside. I also share with you that we could be setting up for it excellent buying opportunity, if and when our “Trade Triangles” are aligned. If you have a few minutes I strongly recommend that you take the time to watch this gold video.

[FWD: Triple-Digit Returns In Emerging Markets]

-------- Original Message -------- Subject: Triple-Digit Returns In Emerging Markets From: Forbes Newsletters <> Date: Wed, July 29, 2009 11:09 am To: July 29, 2009 Dear Investor, Stocks are finally moving in the right direction again, but is your portfolio growing fast enough to make up for the likely drubbing it took in 2008? Probably not, if you're only invested in U.S. stocks! The S&P 500 is up 45% from its 12-year low on March 9, 2009, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 40%. This is good news and we should be happy... but wouldn't you be much happier if you'd doubled your money in the past few months? Stocks that I've recommended to readers of my newsletter, Forbes International Investment Report , have doubled and tripled in less than five months . In March, I recommended iGate Corp. (IGTE), a California-based Indian outsourcing company, when it traded for less than $2.50. It's up 237

Why weekly charts are so important in Forex trading?

Forex traders use different time frames to determine when to stay in or out of a particular currency pair. Here Adam gives us an insight,about the importance of weekly charts.After the video, do not miss to join Market Club. Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC FOREX -FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS Today I’m going to be looking into why weekly charts are so important in the Forex market. I will use the EUR/USD as the example and deeply investigate the buy signal we received on this cross on Monday, July 27th. Although it’s too early to tell if this signal will be profitable, it is certainly a signal you must take if you are a disciplined follower of MarketClub’s “Trade Triangle” technology. You can watch this video with my compliments and there is no registration requirements. All the best, Adam Hewison President, Co-Creator, MarketClub

Gata Dispatches:"Market Manipulation and Insider trading with the Exchanges's OK"

Submitted by cpowell on 05:13PM ET Friday, July 24, 2009. Section: Daily Dispatches Stock Traders Find Speed Pays, in Milliseconds By Charles DuhiggThe New York TimesFriday, July 4, 2009 ?It is the hot new thing on Wall Street, a way for a handful of traders to master the stock market, peek at investors' orders, and, critics say, even subtly manipulate share prices. It is called high-frequency trading -- and it is suddenly one of the most talked-about and mysterious forces in the markets.Powerful computers, some housed right next to the machines that drive marketplaces like the New York Stock Exchange, enable high-frequency traders to transmit millions of orders at lightning speed and, their detractors contend, reap billions at everyone else's expense.These systems are so fast they can outsmart or outrun other investors, humans, and computers alike. And after growing in the shadows for years, they are generating lots of

How high will the S&P go? : By Adam Hewison

Adam Hewison sends us his latest video about How far can S&P will go? Just take your time, relax and learn more on Adam's Technical Analysis Points. Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS With the S&P 500 making new highs and as world equity markets following suit, the question becomes how high can we go? In this short video on the S&P 500, I outline some mathematical upside target zones that I am looking at for this market. You can watch this video with my compliments and there is no registration requirements. We would love to get your feedback about this video on our blog. All the best, Adam Hewison President, Co-Creator, MarketClub

Money Morning: "The Best Sign of a global Rebound"

Money Morning Newsletter. - This a forwarded e-mail recieved by . To read full article, click the link below: The Three Reasons China Will Lead the Global Rebound

Gata Dispatches:"JUlian Phillips; Will Big Bank Gold Shorts be forced to Cover?"

Submitted by cpowell on 08:07AM ET Friday, July 24, 2009. Section: Daily Dispatches 11a ET Friday, July 24, 2009 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver): In commentary posted today at GoldSeek, Julian Phillips, editor of Gold Forecaster, notes the growing discussion within the U.S. government about market manipulation, discussion encouraged by GATA's work, and analyzes the possible market outcomes if the government actually does something. Phillips' commentary is headlined "Will the Top U.S. Banks Be Forced To Cover Large Short Gold Positions?" and you can find it at GoldSeek here: CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/TreasurerGold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.* * * Join GATA here: The Silver Summit 2009Thursday-Friday, September 24-25, 2009Davenport Hotel, Spokane, Washington Toronto Resource Investment ConferenceSaturday-Sunday, September 26-27, 2009Intercontinental Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Alerts"Early Glance: Finance companies"

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Four Extraordinary Technical Analysis Upadated Videos, To View it Now

1.-How should you have traded goldman? 2.- Pre-earnings Apple Analysis: 3.-The cyclic pattern of gold: 4.- What is the best strategy for USA Oil: ¡¡¡¡¡The best for all of you!!!!! Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS

Revisiting and reanalyzing the USD/JPY: By Adam Hewison

This is an update from Adam Hewison of the the pair USD/YEN for forex traders. This update is related to the analysis of July, 10 2009. It is of great importante to make a follow up in this forex pair. Is analyzed using diferent methodologies, Fibonacci, MACD, and The Trade Triangle Tecnology of Market Club.: You can view this video, as always with our compliments . =3 ¡¡¡¡¡¡ DO NOT MISS IT!!!! Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLSA -FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS

European own credit, a banking preview

This is a very interesting article Posted by Tracy Alloway on Jul 21 09:25. blog Alphaville blog " Second-quarter earnings for some of Europe’s biggest banks are fast approaching and with them a host of probable questions for investors." To read full coverage of this article please go to .

ETF that closely tracks Natural Gas (Latest Video) : By Adam Hewison

Hello Everyone!!! This time, Adam analyzes, the United States Natural Gas Fund. It is very interesting watching the sell and buy signals the Trade Triangle Tecnology of Market Club points out. In this market you can trade for the long and the short sides. Please read and view what Adam has now to teach us ¡¡¡Take your time and relax yourself!!! FERNANDO GUZMÁN CAVERO FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS In today’s video I will be looking at an ETF that closely tracks the natural gas market. The United States Natural Gas Fund (PACF_UNG) is one of the more popular energy ETFs and a could be a great market to add to your portfolio as the “Trade Triangles” are catching profits from the spectacular moves. In this short video I’m going to show you how our “Trade Triangle” Technology outperformed one of the smartest investors on the planet. I am of course referring to the legendary oilman T. Boone Pickens. I’m using

Fwd: Stockhouse @ the Bell: U.S., Canadian stocks extend gains; commodities climb

---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Stockhouse @ the Bell < > Date: Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 4:45 PM Subject: Stockhouse @ the Bell: U.S., Canadian stocks extend gains; commodities climb To:     Stockhouse @ the Bell: U.S., Canadian stocks extend gains; commodities climb Monday, Jul 20, 2009 Dear Stockhouse Member,   The Dow climbed for a sixth straight session on upbeat earnings reports, while the TSX surged more than 170 points. Here's a quick rundown of the top news on Stockhouse for Monday and a look ahead to Tuesday's trading. This Stockhouse @ the Bell is sponsored by SNS Silver Corp SNS Silver Announces Major Development Re: Sunshine Mine more   Today on Stockhouse Your opinion matters. Submit an article to Stockhouse today at . Submission guidelines can be found here . In Stockhouse subscriber service Ticker Trax , Thom Cal

Technical Tips from Dan Gramza

Hello everyone, this is Dan Gramza and welcome to Gramza Market Studies Technical Tip. Well today we're going to be talking about selling rallies. Now what does it mean when people say, "sell the rally" when you want to get into a trade? Or they sell a pull back? Or you hear things like, "The Trend Is Your Friend?"Well we're going to explore this here in just a minute. I want to show you the technique and I want to show you some examples of how these markets behave in those settings.I want to show you an example, but before I can talk to you too much about this example I need to define a few things for you. First candles... the approach that I use with Japanese candle charts, and that is what you're looking at here, is not the standard approach. So from myperspective, I don't focus on patterns, I focus on behavior. If we see a green candle that represents buying, that means that the closing price is higher than the open. If you see a red box that

What is Golds current trading range? By Adam Hewison

This is an advance of what could happen with the price of gold this week.The analysis goes back to August 2007,. This market basically is traded 24/7 days a week, with a small trading on Saturdays in the Hong Kong market. You will see an outstanding analysis of this market with the honestly and transparency of Adam Hewison. This time he uses the trend line with resistance levels, the MACD (moving average convergence divergence), the Fibonacci tool and of course the Trade Triangle Technology Tool.... This is an analysis that will help you to take a decisons, on in the gold market. Below is the transcript of Adam's e-mail and link to view his analysis.... do not miss it!!!! Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS. In today’s video we’ll be looking at gold. One of the nice features about MarketClub is the fact that we have real-time gold prices. If you’re going to be trading or looking at gold (XAUUSDO) you need real-time prices. After a spectacular run-up in gol "Financial Strategy False Bottoms"

A. Gary Shilling , 07.15.09, 06:00 PM EDT Forbes Magazine dated August 03, 2009 The recession is not over. Investors will soon return to worrying about deflation and weak share earnings. To read full article click: alerts:"Finance Glance Final Companies"

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Battle of the EUR vs USD…who’s the winner? By Adam Hewison

Adam gives us a great analysis of who might be the winner in this battlle between the EURO and USD in the Forex Market: Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS Today I’ll be looking at the Euro versus the US dollar. The big question is, are all the “Trade Triangles” lined up for this trade? The answer is yes, and then some. In my new video I step you through a detailed analysis of this market. You will see how I measure moves and how this particular move could be a really good one. I will also share with you how MarketClub’s charts can help you determine price swings in the market. You can watch this video with my compliments and there is no registration requirements. All the best, Adam Hewison President, Co-creator, MarketClub Alerts"Lending flat in May among top banks in bailout"

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Important Dow Update, July 14th : By Adam Hewison

In today’s short video I am going to be revisiting the Dow Jones Industrial index (DJI). I think it’s very interesting to see what our “Trade Triangles” are doing as well as what our Talking Charts are saying about this market. I’ll also be using MarketClub’s Fibonacci tool. If you have not seen this tool in action, I strongly recommend that you watch today’s video. You can watch this video with my compliments and there is no registration requirements. All the best, Adam Hewison President, Co-creator, MarketClub

Exploring Dollar Index: by Adam Hewison

While the US dollar was supposed to lose ground against its counter parties, the market has remained surprisingly stubborn and trapped in a sideways trading range.In today’s video I will explore what’s going on, and where I think this market is headed in the future.You can watch this video with my compliments and there is no registration requirements. All the best, Adam Hewison President, Co-creator, MarketClub

Crude Oil & Energy Update - Interview with the CME Group's Joseph Ria

When you hear the news reporters talk about the price of> crude oil in the marketplace, they're generally talking about> WTI, which is West Texas Intermediate crude oil. It's a very> light, sweet crude oil and the highest grade that's out there.> Crude oil is based on and priced on the amount of sulfur that's> in the oil. It makes it easier or harder to refine base on the> amount of sulfur. WTI being the lightest and sweetest, is the> highest priced crude oil in the marketplace. It is a benchmark delivered in Cushing, Oklahoma. In benchmarks for crude oil and global pricing of crude oil, WTI probably prices about 50% of the global pricing of crude oil.> Brent being basically the other pricing benchmark. There's two> out there, Brent being a little of a mixture of three different> grades of crude oil; BF&O, Brent 40 and Ossenberg. They're> all produced in the North Sea. Please visit the link below to stream live the rest of Alerts: "Shaky Foundation For Bank Earnings"

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Gata Dispatches:"Gene Arensberg: U.S. banks still dominate gold, silver shorts"

Submitted by cpowell on 11:09AM ET Monday, July 13, 2009. Section: Daily Dispatches 2:07p ET Monday, July 13, 2009Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:Gene Arensberg's new "Got Gold Report," abbreviated from Brien Lundin's Gold Newsletter ( ), has been posted at Stockhouse and in addition to updating the short position of the few investment banks that have been suppressing precious metals prices, it notes discussion at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission about imposing some meaningful position limits. Arensberg's commentary is headlined "U.S. Banks Still Dominate COMEX Gold, Silver Shorts" and you can find it at Stockhouse here: ...Or try this abbreviated link: CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/TreasurerGold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc. * * * Join GATA here:The Silver Summit 2009Thursday-Friday, September 24-25, 2009Davenport Hotel

Forex Video - What’s up with the currency from down-under? By Adam Hewison

This time Adam analyses the forex market : The Aud in relation with the USD. As I always say: Adam, contributes with forex traders old and new traders ,students in economics, finance... and investors in Forex and stock markets using the Tecnical Analysis to evaluate the pesrpective of demand and supply using diferent methodologies such as The Trade Triangle Technology , the Fibonacci and other well known tools by the investors community,that provides us with the insight of what might happen with prices, indeed from a price trend and its knowledge. Below is Adam e-mail transcription. Fernando Guzmán Cavero. FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS BY: ADAM HEWISON We are taking a trip down under today. It has been sometime since we last looked at the relationship between the US dollar and the Australian dollar (USD/AUD). Today seemed like an opportune time to look at this cross and to figure out where it is headed using our “Trade Triangle” technology. We’re also using MarketClub’s Fib

Adam Hewison: "How low can crude oil go?"

Adam analyses the crude oil. In this video he uses the Fibonacci metodology and the Trade Triangle Technology, to let us know what could happen with the price of crude oil. Below is the transcript of Adam's e-mail. Do not miss it . every day Adam contributes to increase our Technical analysis knowledge.!!!!!! Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS After trading as high as $73 a barrel, crude oil began to buckle under pressure as the CFTC began to look into position limits that can be held by traders. What’s happening now is giving speculation a bad name. Speculators form a very important task in assuming risk that is being transferred from either a producer or an end-user. Without this transfer of risk, which couldn’t take place without the speculator taking the other side of the trade, prices would be artificial at best. This approach has worked for hundreds of years and over a century here in the US. Now back to crude oil… In my new video yo

New Program on -- John Bogle Condemns Managerial Capitalism

Fernando55 ( has sent you the following program from John Bogle Condemns Managerial Capitalism - John Bogle, founder and retired CEO of The Vanguard Group, holds the managers of mutual funds liable for the financial crisis. He blames the "sea change" in the nature of capitalism -- from "traditional owner's capitalism" to a "new and virulent manager's capitalism" -- for the financial crisis. Fernando55 also wanted you to know: Fora TV " the World is Thinking" View this video and let me know your point of view

[FWD: NFA permanently bars Florida introducing broker, Vanguard Trading Group]

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ADAM HEWISON: "The dow begins to look extremely heavy"

In this video that Adam Hewison sends us,in which he analyses the dow, and explains us the formation of the trend and, by using the Fibonacci method, the potential direction and the course that the the Dow jones Industrial average might take. You will get the insights of how to analyze the Dow. This is very important, as Adam points out : " The Dow begins to look extremely heavy ". View it: This video goes on my own,it is free to watch, and the most important : what you will get from this video??? The answer is : an increase of your knowledege. So Do not miss it!!!. View it : Fernando Guzmán Cavero FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS

Gata Dispatches:"GATA issues press release on letters to SEC and CFTC"

Submitted by cpowell on 08:46AM ET Wednesday, July 8, 2009. Section: Daily Dispatches GATA Urges SEC, CFTC to Investigate Goldman Sachs' Trading ProgramPress Releasevia Business WireWednesday, July 8, 2009 ...The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee has urged the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission to investigate the computer trading program of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. that, according to a federal prosecutor, the bank acknowledges can be used to manipulate markets. GATA's complaint to the two commissions refers to a July 6 Bloomberg News story -- -- reporting the arraignment in U.S. District Court in New York of a former Goldman Sachs employee accused of stealing the program. The prosecutor, Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Facciponti, was quoted as telling the court: "The bank has