Posts From Andrew Nyquist

Andrew Nyquist
Andrew is the founder of See It Market. He has been actively investing for over 15 years with a strong focus on technical analysis and swing trading. His blogs, articles, and contributions have appeared on numerous websites, including Yahoo! Finance, MarketWatch, Business Insider, Investing.com, and Benzinga to name a few. Andrew has also been interviewed and cited across several media outlets. In addition to founding and managing See It Market, Andrew enjoys actively investing, playing and watching sports, and spending time with friends and family - especially his wife and three children. Andrew recently ended a long stint in the financial services industry to focus on See It Market and private trading. He is a 1998 graduate of Carleton College and resides in the Minneapolis area.
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Corn Prices Over $4 Dollars: Can The Rally Continue?

After another leg down in September and early October, Corn prices bottomed and have been rallying ever since. I’ve covered Corn quite a bit recently and my last post looked at Corn’s breakout over $3.70. With Corn prices above $4.00, it’s time for a quick update. In the chart below, the first thing that stands out to me is the nice rounded bottom. That’s a very bullish pattern and it

Is Apple’s Stock (AAPL) A Buy On This Pullback?

The big drop in Apple’s stock price on December 1st was a near-term warning. Not only for Apple (AAPL – Quote) investors, but for the broader market. Surprisingly, the NASDAQ 100 (NDX – Quote) absorbed that down day pretty well and appeared (on the surface) as though consolidation was an easy game into the first week of December. But that consolidation gave way to deeper pullback, and AAPL led the way lower. Apple’s

Pre-Market Chart Watch: Russell 2000 Ready To Breakout?

Volatility has returned to the markets and with it has come increased beta. This likely has many traders rejoicing, but considering the big move yesterday and pre-market move higher today, it may depend on directional bets. That said, the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) is nearing an important juncture. Just two days ago, the Russell 2000 was sitting on the brink of a deeper correction, holding near the intersection of

S&P 500 Technical Support Update

It took just 6 days to wipe out nearly 100 points on the S&P 500 (SPX – Quote). With all eyes looking forward to a “Santa” rally, many were caught off guard. For the record, the Santa rally typically doesn’t start until next week, so we may still get one… albeit from lower levels. Here’s one of my tweet’s from last Thursday that summed up the action heading into Friday: Bears

Chart Focus: Why The Small Caps Are Important To Watch

As I type this quick research note, the US equities markets are set to open lower. In fact, the last I looked, The iShares Russell 2000 (IWM) was trading around 114.85 in pre-market (down almost a percent). And this has the small caps index near two levels of technical significance that could alter the path for equities in December. First, there is a band of support that forms across the November 19 (114.37),

Why Equities Aren’t Taking Cues From The US Economy

One of the great disconnects for investors over the past few years revolves around the resiliency and determination of US Equities in the face of what would traditionally be headwinds. A muted economic recovery? Buy stocks. End of QE? Buy stocks. Stronger Dollar? Buy stocks. Oil price swoon? Buy stocks. You get the point. It’s as if the market has been flipped on its head. Last week I was interviewed

Chart Of The Day: Russian ETF (RSX) Feeling The Pain

Russia has had its share of economic pain over recent years, but the past year has really gotten ugly. And this is taking its toll on Russian stocks. Just take a look at the Russian ETF (RSX). Many variables come into play, but many relate and revolve around its relationship with Europe. And this one has many tentacles. Here are a few: 1)  Russia’s continued tension with Europe and the West

Is Gold Targeting $1270?

A little over a week ago, I put together a post on the outlook for Gold into year-end. What I found interesting about that piece was how skeptical and fragile Gold investors currently are (sentiment) as we continue on through what is typically a period of strong seasonality for Gold (Sept-Jan). By no means was this indicating that a bottom was in, but rather that the market was ripe for a bounce. Sure enough,

The Best Of See It Market – November 2014

November was a great month for See It Market. We added 3 fantastic contributors (Ben Carlson, Dave Budge, and Jonathan Beck) and saw our output jump by 20 percent and our traffic by over 30 percent. Thank you to our contributors:  We have such a great team of active investors providing boots on the ground insights and high quality research. I hope you will take a few moments to review some

Apple Relative Strength Check: Yup, Still Strong

There’s a lot of buzz around Apple’s stock (AAPL – Quote) right now. Not bad timing heading into the holidays. And although Apple’s products have their place on any holiday wish list, it is their stock price that’s bringing the”cool” back to the company. And it is precisely this Apple relative strength that is reminiscent of 2010-2012 and has investors excited again. In the chart below, I am highlighting the