Posts From Andrew Nyquist

Andrew Nyquist
Andy 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, and Investing.com to name a few. Andy has also been a guest on Sirius-XM "Behind The Markets" and Fox talk radio, and has been interviewed and cited across several other media outlets.In addition to founding and managing See It Market, Andy enjoys actively investing, playing and watching sports, and spending time with friends and family - especially his wife and three children. Andy 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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S&P 500 Market Update: All Eyes On The Prize… 2111

Thus far, April has been pretty good to the stock market bulls. Seasonal tailwinds and a Dovish Federal Reserve have helped to push both stocks and commodities higher. But there’s still a sense of unfinished business: The bulls have yet to see new all-time highs. Like it or not, that’s…

Emerging Markets Update ($EEM): Watch The U.S. Dollar!

The Emerging Markets have been mostly hands off for investors investors for some time. Many active investors learned the hard way, hoping that a buy low, sell higher strategy would work… only to see a buy low, buy lower theme emerge. The chart of the Emerging Markets ETF (EEM) is a…

Market Update: The Growing Tension On The Tape

It’s always interesting to see how investors and traders handle market tension. Typically market tension evolves after big runs higher and lower, or alternatively when the market moves sideways. Over the past 18 months, one could argue that we’ve seen both in the stock market… over the broad time frame, as…

Nasdaq Composite Runs Into Major Price Resistance Band

Back on March 2nd, I highlighted some technical reasons why I believed the rally in the Nasdaq Composite had limited upside. I was a bit early, but the levels and commentary have held true thus far. In that post, I highlighted 4 technical resistance levels that could limit the Nasdaq’s…

Apple Stock Chart (AAPL) Across Multiple Time Frames

Apple (AAPL) gets a bit too much credit when its stock is near all-time highs and not nearly enough credit when its out of the limelight. But that’s more of a reactionary sentiment that revolves around a high profile name like Apple stock. Let’s face it, Apple is a behemoth…

Market Tell? Watch The $TLT Treasury Bond ETF

Yesterday, I shared a series of charts looking at shorter-term US Treasury Yields and their reaction to the Federal Reserve statement. Most yields reacted lower, meaning bond prices went higher. And since the stock market also went higher in response to the Fed, investors are left wondering with asset class is…

Chart Spotlight: US Treasuries React To The Federal Reserve

With the stock market well off the February lows, recent economic data showing signs of life, and US treasury yields climbing, it was conceivable that the Federal Reserve might raise interest rates again today.  Whether or not that’s a smart decision is another discussion. Well, the Fed decided not to rock…

Tech Stocks Leading But Nasdaq Rally Nearing Big Resistance

Imagine this scene for tech stocks. Shares of Apple (AAPL) fighting to hold above $100. Shares of Alphabet/Google clawing their way back toward $750. And shares of Amazon (AMZN) scaling a steep wall back toward $600. And that’s after a big Nasdaq rally. That’s the current setup. On one hand, this sounds pretty…

Why The Euro Currency Isn’t Out Of The Woods Just Yet

Over the past few years, the Euro currency just hasn’t been able to get out of its own way. The European Central Bank hasn’t helped the cause doling out massive amounts of stimulus and QE… all while the Euro Zone economy continues to sputter. Recently though, we saw European banks perk…