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Gold and Silver Bulls Risk Painful Whipsaw
Gold has rallied as much as 25%, silver as much as 33%. As usual, investors want to buy AFTER big gains. This comes with increased risk, and sentiment and seasonality suggest that latecomers may get stuck with a hot potato.... >> READ MORE...
 
The Best Trade of the Year
What makes a good trade? Low risk, but high profit potential, along with significantly above average odds of being on the right side. In early March, the Profit Radar Report identified such a high probability setup.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Forecast for Remainder of 2016
The first third of 2016 is as good as over, and it’s been a wild and profitable ride thus far. Here is a look at the key driving forces for the S&P 500 and what they project for the remainder of 2016.... >> READ MORE...
 
Is Big Tech Underperformance Bearish for Stocks?
Big tech – the notorious stock market ‘alpha male’ – has started to lag behind other broad market indexes. This is somewhat unusual, and commonly considered bearish. However, here’s why big tech weakness can be long-term bullish.... >> READ MORE...
 
The Obvious Yet Simple QQQ Clue
You get what you pay for. This old adage doesn’t apply here: This simple and free ‘indicator’ has correctly foreshadowed every rally since the beginning of this bull market … and one of the reasons behind the QQQ comeback.... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 Stuck in Resistance Mud
Following a spirited rally from the February low, the S&P 500 has gone trendless. The S&P has been stuck in resistance mud with no net progress since March 17. Is this ‘stuck in the mud’ situation bullish or bearish?... >> READ MORE...
 
Barron's Features the Profit Radar Report
On April 2, Barron’s (online and print) profiled Simon Maierhofer’s Profit Radar Report, and rated iSPYETF a “trader with a good track record.” Here is what distinguishes the $199/year Profit Radar Report from a $2,995/year service.... >> READ MORE...
 
Option Traders Expect ‘Dangerously’ Calm Conditions, But ...
For the first time in years, option traders are expecting calm waters ahead. Short-term volatility expectations relative to mid-term volatility expectations have dropped to a dangerous level. This extreme is somewhat mitigated by the equity put/call ratio though.... >> READ MORE...
 
Did the Dow Jones Just Invalidate the Ominous Rounding Top Formation?
According to the financial media, the working assumption has been that the stock market – in particular the Dow Jones Industrial Average – is carving out a long-term bearish rounded top formation. Was this pattern just invalidated? ... >> READ MORE...
 
S&P 500 at Inflection Point – What’s Next?
The S&P 500 has reached the biggest inflection zone since the February 11 low at 1,810. Here is a look at what ‘horizontal’ trading volume, liquidity, and an uncanny parallel to 2015 mean for the S&P going forward.... >> READ MORE...
 
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