Stocks Fall On Lackluster Earnings

Hello traders everywhere. The U.S. stock market is posting its most significant decline in 10 weeks after a batch of lackluster earnings reported today. Turmoil over President Trump’s tax reform bill has retaken center stage giving traders reason to take pause.

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Some of the notable earnings today are: Continue reading "Stocks Fall On Lackluster Earnings"

Stock Market Poised To Close At Record Highs

Hello traders everywhere. All three indexes are positioned to post record closes today on the back of a passed budget by the U.S. government and renewed hopes of tax reform. The dollar and Treasury yields are heading higher as President Trump closes in on naming the next Fed chair. Will Janet Yellen, the sitting chairman, survive or will we get a new chair? Check out INO.com Contributor George Yacik's article on the looming decision.

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Meanwhile, sales of previously owned U.S. homes increased unexpectedly in September, showing demand is stabilizing in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The National Association of Realtors said on Friday existing home sales rose 0.7% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.39 million units last month. August’s sales pace was unrevised.

Economists polled by Reuters had forecast that sales would fall 1% to a rate of 5.30 million units last month. Sales were down 1.5% from September 2016, the first year-over-year decline since July 2016.

Key levels to watch next week: Continue reading "Stock Market Poised To Close At Record Highs"

Thank the Government for These 12 Stock Picks

These 12 stocks could see explosive moves if Trump pushes his tax reform forward.

The share prices for these industry giants will be re-calibrated to take into account the possible release of $250 billion domestically from overseas holdings.

Investors that are positioned in these stocks will be the first to thank the government for share price spikes.

This free, just-released report reveals the 12 stocks ready to ignite on tax reform. You'll receive this report immediately.

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Do You Have Any Trading Superstitions?

With today being Friday the 13th, I thought it would be fun to see to if our readers had any trading superstitions. I've heard all kinds superstitions over the years such as, never trade in the first 30 minutes, never set stop-losses on round numbers, don't triple dip a stock, and never sell a stock crossing past $90. And then we have mine, I never buy a stock on Friday or at the open on Monday. It seemed that every time I tried to I end up on the wrong end of the trade. Maybe I just have bad luck!

I would like to know...

Do you have any trading superstitions?

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Take a second to vote, then leave a comment with your trading superstition or any superstition that you may have. I bet we have some good ones out there.

Every Success,
Jeremy Lutz
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