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Time for a Bull Market Correction

Time for a Bull Market Correction

The last BullBear Market Report concluded that:

a new, secular Bull Market began in November 2012. While there is still some chance that a bear market (D) wave top could come in the vicinity of the 2007 highs, evidence is mounting that the 2011-2012 period was a stealth (E) wave ending a long term…


Added by The BullBear on April 4, 2013 at 4:04pm — No Comments

Top 2013 stock picks

check also penny stocks to buy Thoughts ?

Added by mad money fund on December 29, 2012 at 5:20pm — No Comments

European Financial Stocks, Follow These Closely

All of the major stock indexes in Europe and the United States has been weak ever since Ben Bernanke announced his QE-3 program on September 13, 2012. It seems that the QE-3 announcement by the central bank was a "sell the news" event and stock markets have been in correction mode ever since. The day after the QE-3 program was announced, the S&P 500 Index traded as high as $1474.51 on that session before topping out. This past week, the S&P 500 Index…


Added by Bryan Leighton on November 11, 2012 at 11:17am — No Comments

Save dollars and build wealth - Keep your future secured

Are you thinking to increase your wealth and secure your future? Do you find that saving money from your regular income is not enough to grow your wealth? If yes, then you must be looking for some ways by which you will be able to accumulate good amount of wealth. Although it may be a difficult process to grow wealth initially, but by working hard you will surely be able to save dollars and increase your wealth.…


Added by Kavin Matthews on July 31, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments

Next Bear Market Leg Beginning

Since the July 9th BullBear Market Report, the US stock market has apparently completed an ABCDE ascending triangle pattern to complete the rally off the June low.  This is being confirmed by a mounting body of technical evidence which strongly suggests we have either seen the top to the rally or that it is nearby.  The Introduction to the last report…


Added by The BullBear on July 25, 2012 at 9:12pm — No Comments


Occasionally the SEC and other regulators will castigate, actually punish, fraudulent events on Wall Street.  Of course the real punishment is only meted out to individuals and small companies.  Mega banks – the banking mafia – are largely immune.


Martha Stewart was convicted of insider trading in 2004 – a relatively small amount – and was sent to jail.  It was an act of fraud alright, but it pales in comparison to the fraud of Wall Street banks.


Phil Falcone, a once…


Added by Larry Levin on June 28, 2012 at 10:38pm — No Comments

Value Line Geometric Index Predicts Major Stock Market Top

Value Line Geometric Index Predicts Major Stock Market Top

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Last week I posted analysis showing that the monthly RSI…


Added by The BullBear on June 17, 2012 at 3:27pm — No Comments

Global Financial Market Panic in Progress

"There is only one side to the stock market; not the bull side or the bear side, but the right side"  --Jesse Livermore, Reminiscences of a Stock Operator


One year ago today I detailed to BullBear Traders members my reasons…


Added by The BullBear on June 3, 2012 at 10:56pm — No Comments

Facebook IPO May Break the Market and Initiate a Free Fall Crash

Let me start by clarifying something.  I am not saying that the market could crash spectacularly in the next few days and that in that event the Facebook IPO would be a major contributing factor.  I am not saying that.  The market is saying it.

Facebook boosts IPO size by 25 percent, could top $16 billion

Facebook Inc increased the size of its initial…


Added by The BullBear on May 19, 2012 at 4:20pm — No Comments

Bullish Consensus Creates High Risk of Potential Near Term Global Financial Market Crash

High Risk of Near Term Global Financial Market Crash


At each juncture, I look at the available information as represented in the market price and technical data.  I approach the body of evidence without preconception and with an open "beginner's mind".  I see what I see.  I analyze.  I develop a set of probabilistic outcomes and then rank them. Then I write my report.  I simply report my…


Added by The BullBear on May 15, 2012 at 12:46am — No Comments


A bit of economic news sparked a minor rally on Tuesday.  The Dow touched a new 4 year intraday high and the financial news media celebrated the moment with banner headlines:…


Added by The BullBear on May 3, 2012 at 4:25pm — No Comments

Why S&P 500 Can Rally Back to the 2007 High

BullBear Trading: Stock and Financial Market Technical Analysis

As the S&P 500 hovers at its February 2011 high and the Dow toys with its May 2011 peak, many market participants are looking for an important top soon. While I am certainly aware of some good arguments for a new bear plunge--in fact I've been favoring a major top in the first or…


Added by The BullBear on February 7, 2012 at 9:19pm — No Comments

Will the Euro Collapse?

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Will the Euro Collapse?

Trading a true currency collapse is a rare opportunity. Most

market participants are familiar with the story of George Soros

and his ride to prominence on the back of the collapse of the

British Pound. Is it possible that a similar opportunity may

present itself soon in the form…


Added by The BullBear on January 26, 2012 at 1:36pm — No Comments

One Hour Per Week Trader... My Pick for October 2011

My pick for the month of October is TLH on NYSE, or XLB on TSX.


Disclaimer: The information above is exactly that - information that my statistical model suggest that there is little bit less of 70% probablity (see historical data on previous posts) that this trade will be profitable.  I'm not suggesting in any way that you should do what I'm doing.  If you do it, this is your sole responsibility!  All losses that can (and will!) occur using this model is your sole…


Added by Miodrag Kilibarda on September 30, 2011 at 3:21pm — 1 Comment

One Hour per Month Trader... Continued... Basic Method...

There are following rules that I follow:

1.  At time of decision compare criteria for chosen stocks and choose one best

2.  Criteria is: longer moving average results, shorter moving average and volatility

3.  If the chosen stock is the best, but is below 50 day moving average, all goes to cash (or SHY if you prefer).

4.  If a chosen stock during the month closes below 50 day moving average for two consecutive days, convert all to cash (or SHY if you…


Added by Miodrag Kilibarda on September 23, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments

One Hour per Month Trader... Now Technique...When to Trade

When to trade?

Last day of a month is ideal for this trading systems (and for some others too!) at around half an hour before the close.  Why?  First trading day in a month is statistically the best day for trading (if you pick the right stock)!  On the first in any month fund managers are reviewing their positions and entering new positions - more often than not for window dressing.  Say that you want to trade only one day per month - first of a month - buy at open and sell at…


Added by Miodrag Kilibarda on September 16, 2011 at 3:27pm — No Comments

One Hour per Month Trader - Continued. Results

My Stock Picks…

Added by Miodrag Kilibarda on September 15, 2011 at 9:31am — No Comments

What I Don't Trade...

What I (absolutely) Don’t Trade…

“Hey, why not trading gold!? It’s such a good investment in these times!”, or “How about crude oil, omg produced fantastic result!”. “Have you thought of natural gas!?”

I always agree with those statements, just I don’t know how to play it – so I won’t. The truth is: gold, oil or natural gas, or commodities in general, are not good candidates for my model. They are so volatile, that risk way outweigh potential benefits. Results using those… Continue

Added by Miodrag Kilibarda on September 13, 2011 at 9:48am — No Comments

One Hour per Month Trader - Continued... What do I trade!

I want to spend as little time as possible on picking what to trade.  This automatically eliminates stocks of any individual companies.  Picking stocks is hard work.  It requires research, and frankly is very close to gambling, regardless who's doing research.  Accounting scandals, CEOs getting fired, litigations, you name it...  Don't have time, not a gambler, so, those are out of question.  This leads me to picking only in the universe of ETFs.


Next, I want to be able to…


Added by Miodrag Kilibarda on September 12, 2011 at 11:02am — 5 Comments



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