Daily Video Update: Mixed economic signals, signal a market that is seeking direction

Hello traders everywhere! Adam Hewison here, co-founder of MarketClub with your mid-day market update for Wednesday, the 15th of August.

I have no trend, I have no trend, seems to be this markets mantra at the moment. It would appear as every time we have positive news for the market, we have negative news that follows which pretty much negates all of the positive news. That seems to be the major theme for August. Take today for example.

(GOOD NEWS) Industrial Production in US Rises 0.6% on Autos, Utilities
(GOOD NEWS) Home builder Confidence in US Increases to Five-Year High

(BAD NEWS) Staples Net Falls 32% on Weak International Sales; Cuts Year View
(BAD NEWS) Slipping international sales zap Deere 3rd-qtr earnings

I could go on, but I think you get the picture.

Eventually, the stalemate will be over and the market will resume in a direction for more than one day. We are relying on our Trade Triangle Technology as we know mathematically that the odds are on our side when we use this approach. I hope you were able to catch yesterday's video as we highlighted a major stock, and I stepped you through every signal since 2004! The results speak for themselves.

Stay tuned to today as I have a special surprise for all MarketClub Members that will come at the end of today's video.

Now, let's analyze the major markets and stocks on the move using MarketClub's Trade Triangle Technology.
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One thought on “Daily Video Update: Mixed economic signals, signal a market that is seeking direction

  1. With the rate at which treasuries are sinking, I would doubt that equities will be tanking any time soon.
    I persoanlly think it is ridiculous BS, but you have to adapt.
    Regarding your futures world cup portfolio, since futures are traded month to month how often were you rolling the positions to maintain the gains. The contract price can widely vary from month to month on some futures.

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