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Window Linking: Ideal Tool in Volatile Markets

It's easy to lose track of things when the market swings wildly like it did last week. So, let's review a TradeStation feature that's...

Bears Came Back in Force Last Week

The bears came back in force last week, turbo-charged by a hawkish Fed and geopolitical jitters. The S&P 500 slid 5.95 percent between Friday, March...

Suddenly Breadth is Getting Better

Technical analysts often use "breadth" to determine the market's internal strength. Simply put, it's considered bullish when a greater number of companies is rising....

Volatility and volumes: February at TradeStation

If two words summed February, they would be "volatility" and "volume." Both spiked across the market. CBOE's fear gauge, the VIX volatility index, shot to...

Stocks Have Biggest Drop in Two Years as Rates Rise

Stocks just took their deepest dive in two years as higher interest rates caused investors to take profits. The S&P 500 cratered 3.85 percent between...

Tech Earnings: Winners & Losers

The busiest week in Big Tech earnings is over. Let's take a quick look at some of the key takeaways. Amazon.com (AMZN) fared best among the...

Morning Notes Jan. 29, 2018

Personal Income and Outlays Report was issued this morning. This report breaks out December's consumer numbers, including inflation data, from last week's fourth-quarter GDP report....

Big Gains Before Big Tech Earnings

Investors are sitting on big gains as they prepare for Big Tech earnings. The S&P 500 rose 2.2 percent between Friday, Jan. 19, and Friday,...

Bulls Shrug Off Government Shutdown

Who cares about a government shutdown? It's earnings season! That seems to have been the market's message last week as major stock indexes continued their...

How Tax Cuts Have Hit the Mark, One Month In

President Trump's "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" was signed into law one month ago today. So far response has been strongly positive as executives raise...
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