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What We're Doing Right Now With These 5 Major Internet Stocks

There is no question about it, volatility has returned in the last two weeks to the stock market. How is this going to affect many of the major Internet stocks that we track?

The stocks that I will be analyzing today are:

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)
Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB)
Yelp Inc. (NYSE:YELP)
Yahoo!Inc. I (NASDAQ:YH00)
Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX)

If you own or if you're thinking of buying any of these stocks, you need to watch today's video. In this short video, I go through each stock in detail and describe the key levels that will be game changers for each of theses markets.

As always, we welcome your feedback. If you have questions about any of these stocks or any other market, please feel free to add a comment below.

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

Is This The Best Indicator In The World?

It's hard to believe that the third quarter of the trading year is coming to a close today. It has been quite a quarter, especially the last week of September when the market volatility has been picking up.

One of the tools I love looking at in MarketClub is the quarterly charts on all the markets. These charts were created to show you the big picture, as we know that investors can get sucked into short-term thinking and trading and "cannot see the forest for the trees." The biggest stand out feature for quarterly charts is their ability to clearly show the direction of the big trends. And that is really how you make the big money in trading by staying with the big trends.

Day trading can be looked upon as "very sexy," but it's not where the big money is. Arthur Cutten, a well-known trader and investor in the 20s and 30s, was asked how he made so much money trading and he answered the question this way, "By sitting." [Read more...]

If You Want To Know What's Going On In The Markets...

If you want to know what's going on in the markets, just look in the mirror. In one moment, investors are bullish and the next moment, very bearish. It just shows you the skittish nature of the market that we are in.

How do you feel about the market? Leave a comment below and tell us how feel.

Despite last week's wild gyrations, the markets closed lower for the week. This is the big picture you really want to watch and pay attention to. Looking at the S&P 500, as it represents a broad swath of the markets, this index closed out last week at 1,982.85, down 1.3% for the week. This was the lowest close in this index in over six weeks, not exactly a stellar picture. Again, when you look at the bigger picture, a clearer picture emerges of what's going on.

The same dismal story can be applied to the NASDAQ that closed down 1.44% for the week, closing at 4,513.44. Last week's close represents the lowest close for this index in six weeks, again not a good sign.

The Dow also closed lower for the week but still managed to have its third-highest weekly close in history. This morning the DOW gave its first serious indication that things are beginning to come apart as it joined the same picture as both the NASDAQ and the S&P 500. A weekly Trade Triangle flashed a exit and sideline position for this index. Now, just like the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ, the DOW is indicating that you should be out of market at the present time and on the sidelines.

In other markets... [Read more...]

5 Stocks That Avoided Yesterday's Implosion And Made 52-Week Highs

One thing I like to do on Friday is look at markets that are strong going into the weekend. After yesterday's implosion in the marketplace, I thought that was going to be a hard thing to do. Thanks to MarketClub's Smart Scan technology, I was able to find five socks that bucked yesterday's downturn and are looking very good.

Now you may remember the rules I have talked about for "The 52-Week New Highs on Friday" weekend trade, but just in case you don't know what they are, here they are again.

Rule #1: On a new 52-week high, when the market closes at or near its high on a Friday, buy long and go home for the weekend.

Rule #2: Exit the long position on the opening the following Tuesday.

Rule #3: If the market opens lower on Monday, exit this position immediately.

These are the only three rules you need to trade "The 52-Week New Highs on Friday" successfully.

I invite you to watch the video and look at the five stocks I found using Smart Scan. Then 10 to 15 minutes before the market closes today you can see which stocks are closing at or near their highs for the day.

Have a great weekend everyone,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

Fill In The Caption - Eric Holder & Al Sharpton

What do you think would be the "perfect caption" for this photograph of Attorney General, Eric Holder and Al Sharpton?

Here's my caption:
"Eric, you don’t get it. I want your job!"

Leave a comment with your caption and have the opportunity to win a three month MarketClub subscription. Enter as many captions as you wish and have fun! Team MarketClub will pick out the top three captions for the prizes. Good luck!

For a good chuckle, be sure to read some of the captions from previous Fill In The Caption pictures.

This Could Get Very Ugly

All this week I been talking about how the indices were having problems. It started off with the Russell 2000 index creating a "death cross." A "death cross" occurs when the 50-day moving average crosses below the 200-day moving average.

I also discussed on Monday that negative divergences were forming on many of these indices. That means prices are going higher, but are not being followed by momentum. This can be an early warning sign that a correction is coming.

So today's action comes as no surprise, as I was looking for this market to be on the defensive. The question is, how far can these markets fall?

To answer that question, we can use our Fibonacci tool to help us measure some of the key areas that will lend support to the indices. Judging by today’s market action and the fact that tomorrow is Friday, you may want to fasten your seat-belts. As a trader once told me, "they slide faster than they glide."

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

Was Yesterday A Harbinger Of Things To Come?

There's no doubt about it, yesterday was a very ugly day in the stock market. Is this a harbinger of things to come?

Now that the market has the Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA) IPO out of the way, there really seems to be no more magic to propel this market higher, at least in the short term.

Yesterday CNBC reported that the Russell 2000 index had flashed the "death cross". A "death cross" occurs when the 50-day moving average crosses below the 200-day moving average. Previously this has not been a big deal with this particular index, as it has always recovered a short time later. In light of what's going on and geopolitical concerns, this time may be different and may represent a harbinger of things to come.

The Middle East is another negative for stocks, as late yesterday Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain joined the US in a series of airstrikes against Islamic State positions in Syria along the Iraqi border. How long will it be before the US has boots on the ground?

As the markets chop around and seem to lack direction, sometimes the best thing to do is just be patient and wait for something to really make the markets move. Yesterday I discussed negative divergences, as we saw many of the formations setting up which can be an early warning signal of things to come. [Read more...]

It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness..."
Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities

Charles Dickens' well-known quote perfectly explains what's going on in the markets today. On one hand you have the bull encampment saying we're going to go higher and on the other hand you have the bears arguing that stocks are over-valued.

So which is it?

It is times like these that can drive investors crazy and frequently drives investors out of the market completely. I prefer to think of myself as a hybrid that is neither a bull nor bear, but someone who relies on the market to give them the answer to the trend. [Read more...]

6 Stocks On The Move

Before I get into the six stocks and talk about them let's quickly discuss what's happening right now. The big news, of course, is the Alibaba IPO, here is what I do with IPO's. Unless you're lucky enough to get some of the initial stock the best thing to do is just to watch for a while and see how everything pans out. Just remember that perception is a strong driver of stock trends.

The other big news is the fact that Larry Ellison is stepping down from Oracle. Mr. Allison's exit from Oracle brings about a complete change in Silicon Valley. We no longer have Steve Jobs at Apple, Bill Gates at Microsoft. We're going to see some interesting transitions in all of these companies.

As far as Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) is concerned. The Trade Triangles are now all red indicating a lower trend and prices for Oracle.

The six stocks I'm going to be talking about in today's video will show that three are trending to the upside, and three are trending to the downside. Some of these stocks are setting up for the perfect weekend trade.

Here are the six stocks that I'm covering today: [Read more...]

A Peek Inside 3 Billionaires' Portfolios

Today, I'm going to look at three of the biggest portfolio managers in the world and what they're holding in their portfolios. Each of these three billionaire investors have over half of their portfolios in just three stocks.

Warren Buffett

Everyone it seems has heard of Warren Buffett, the legendary investor from Omaha. I'll be looking at Mr. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway holdings and his top three stocks and comparing them with the Trade Triangle signals.

Here are Mr. Buffett's (Berkshire Hathaway) top three holdings as of today: [Read more...]

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