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Dow Indu
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Crude Oil
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Gold
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Euro
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2 Strong Sectors With 6 Strong Stocks

Today, I'm going to be looking at 2 strong sectors amongst my 9 sector group that I watch on a constant basis. The 9 sectors I watch are the consumer, service, healthcare, energy, financial, technology, industrial, materials and utility sectors.

Can you guess which 2 sectors are the strongest? [Read more...]

George Soros Says 50/50, I Say 100%!

This morning, famed hedge fund manager, George Soros, who made $1 billion betting against the Bank of England some years ago, thought it was a 50/50 proposition that Greece would exit the euro. My feelings are it's closer to 100%, and it's just a matter of time before Greece implodes. The bottom line is, they don't want to pay back the money that they have borrowed in the past.

If and when this happens, the financial ramifications will have a profound effect on the world. Whether this means a run to hard assets like gold or the beginning of an inflation cycle, it is too early to tell. [Read more...]

You Want To Borrow More Money, But You Can't Pay Me Back

Let's face it, Greece is going to be a tragedy one way or another. It is only a matter of time. Can you imagine someone wanting to borrow more money so they can help pay back the loan that they already can't pay back? Does that make any sense to anybody, anywhere on this planet?

Well, that's exactly what's happening in Greece right now and in my humble opinion, it is only a matter of time before it implodes and Greece exits out of the euro zone. Fiscal responsibility is not a word known in the Greek language. There is no way that Greek citizens are going to ante up and volunteer to pay more taxes, they are too used to getting free things from a government which they do not trust. That, my friends, is why socialism does not work and in the immortal words of the late British Prime Minister, Margret Thatcher on socialism, "sooner or later you run out of other people's money". And that's exactly what has happened to Greece. [Read more...]

Is Gold Foretelling An Impending Greek Disaster?

Today is the first day of spring and maybe this is the cause for the spring in the markets. March 20th also happens to be "International Happiness Day" and I'm sure that many investors have a smile on their face today with the way the markets are acting in Europe, Asia and the U.S.

Today, I'll be looking at gold prices because they are acting and doing something that they haven't done in a long time and I want to share that with you in today's video. It is impossible to pinpoint what is causing gold to rally, whether it is short covering or the potential that Greece is going to implode any day now. Either way, it's not important what is causing the rally. The important thing to remember when trading is to get the direction right and not worry about what is causing the trend. I remember when I was in the trading pits in Chicago, I asked someone why the market was going up and he said to me, "It doesn't matter, it's going up". There is a lot of truth in that comment. That's one of the big takeaways in trading, don't over think markets.

As I write this commentary before the market opens, we could be seeing the equity markets close well towards the end of the day and possibly closing in new high ground on short equities before the weekend. The NASDAQ is very close to breaching the 5000 level, a close over that area today can be viewed as being very positive for the weekend.

Crude oil also appears to be finding some support at lower levels but has not yet reversed trend and turned around. I will be looking at that market to see where the key points are for a trend reversal to the upside. Remember markets can get very crowded on one side of the ledger when everybody believes that the trend will continue and go on forever. When that happens, a market tends to reverse and go the other way. The reason that happens is because markets are forward-looking trading instruments.

I will be getting into the recent Trade Triangle scan today to find new trades that may be just emerging. You won't want to miss that part of today's video.

This being Friday, I will of course, be looking for weekend trades using our "52-week highs on a Friday" strategy.

Every success with MarketClub,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

Apple Joins The DOW And Tesla Has Range Anxiety

Hello traders and MarketClub members everywhere today is a big day for Apple as the world's most valuable company is officially joining the DOW after the close of business today. Leaving the Dow is poor old AT&T. They are getting booted out in favor of Apple.

I say congratulations to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and I hope that they do very well being a major component in the DOW. The biggest component in this particular index will be Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS). This is the first time that you had an investment bank represents over 7% of the weighted Dow index. So the most watched index in the world should be worth watching again. [Read more...]

3 Stocks That Could Do Well No Matter What The Fed Does

Hello, traders and MarketClub members everywhere. Today I'm going to be looking at 3 stocks that I found using the recent Trade Triangles scan. These 3 stocks are all exhibiting powerful chart and technical features that bode well for their future.

Here are the 3 stocks and a brief description of what they do. [Read more...]

The Luck Of The Irish And A Follow-Up To My Weekend Trade

Happy St. Patrick's Day to everybody! I am confident that MarketClub and the Trade Triangle technology can help you discover that Irish pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Today, I'm going to be following up on the weekend trades that I showed you in last Friday's video. If you go back and watch that video, you may want to fast forward through the first four minutes and forty seconds of the video to the part where I picked out stocks for the "52-Week High On A Friday" strategy.

Out of the four stocks I picked, three of them were excellent candidates and one did not make the cut. I will show you why you should not have taken this "52-Week High On A Friday" trade.

Here are the four stocks that I shared with you last Friday: [Read more...]

5 Ways To Immediately Improve Your Trading

How many ways can you draw a circle? It's probably a strange question to ask, but the reality is, trading is very close to the same discipline. How many ways can you successfully trade? Whether you're drawing a circle or trading, each requires certain elements to complete a perfect circle or a perfect trade.

I wanted to share with you 5 key elements that you must be using if you are going to trade successfully or invest in the markets. I like to call them the building blocks that must be in place to grow your fortune.

Each of the 5 elements are short and to the point and contain nuggets of knowledge that are essential for your success in the markets.

Rule #1: Attitude

Attitude is so important in your approach to investing and trading.

Rule #2: Game Plan

Trading without a game plan is like crossing the ocean without a compass, you are going to get lost and run into a lot of problems without a game plan.

Rule #3: Trend

I'm sure you have heard the expression, "the trend is your friend." Well, truer words were never spoken in trading. This article will show you how to quickly determine the trend in any market. [Read more...]

In A Sea Of Red These 3 Stocks Stand Out

Today, Friday the 13th, I have three stocks for you to look at today. Each of these stocks gave major buy signals yesterday, signaling that they are headed higher according to the Trade Triangle technology.

Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) - Wells Fargo provides retail, commercial, and corporate banking services to individuals, businesses, and institutions. Its Community Banking segment offers checking, savings, market rate, individual retirement, and health savings accounts, as well as time deposits and remittances; and lines of credit, auto floor plan lines, equity lines and loans, equipment and transportation loans, education and residential mortgage loans, and debit and credit cards.

The Men's Wearhouse, Inc. (NYSE:MW) - The Men's Wearhouse, together with its subsidiaries, operates as a specialty apparel retailer in the United States and Canada. The company operates through two segments, Retail and Corporate Apparel.

Radian Group Inc. (NYSE:RDN) - Radian Group Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides mortgage and real estate products and services in the United States. It operates through two segments, Mortgage Insurance, and Mortgage and Real Estate Services (MRES).

I will also be looking at the major indices, gold, crude oil and the dollar. Time permitting, I will be looking for 52-week highs on a Friday trades for this weekend as well.

As always, we love to hear back from you and what you're thinking on the markets. Please leave your comments below today’s post.

Every success with MarketClub,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

The Top Stocks In Each Market Sector

Today I will be examining nine market sectors and looking at the top stocks in each of these sectors. I'll be looking at the consumer, healthcare, energy, financial, technology, industrial, materials and the utility sectors. Each of these sectors has a market leader that's in a strong trend and I'll share those top stocks with you in today's video.

One of the strongest market sectors in the past three months has been healthcare. This sector is up 11.6% and is the leading winner amongst all the sectors. I'll show you the strongest stock in this sector and how it could still go further on the upside. [Read more...]

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