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 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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Dow Theory in Reverse: Can Bulls Claim Victory At Key Resistance?

To me, Dow Theory is simply another tool or indicator to pull out of my toolbox. Some are ardent followers of Dow Theory while others probably think it’s archaic and outdated. But I will say, I really do like the fundamental tenet around non-confirmation/confirmation between the Dow Jones Industrials and Transports….

US Dollar Index Still Bullish Despite Pullback

The world economy has been weighed down by heavyweights Europe and China in 2015. And that’s not to say the US economy has been stellar either. In fact, the US economy is still uncertain enough that the Federal Reserve has put of an interest rate hike during recent meetings (even though…

S&P 500 Market Update: When Days Feel Like Weeks

Welcome to the information age, where investors are challenged with digesting information on a daily basis in an even faster moving marketplace. It can make days feel like weeks. And weeks feel like months. Especially if you are managing a meaningful long or short position during bouts of market volatility….

The Gold Rally (GLD): Price Targets And Trading Considerations

The past two months have seen the precious metals sector begin a choppy bounce higher. Several well followed traders have spoke of Gold’s promise, but success trading Gold or Silver futures or the ETFs (GLD and SLV) will likely depend on each traders risk-defined plan. Currently, traders have the July low to…

The Best Of See It Market: Making A Statement (Sept 2015)

In early September, See It Market celebrated it’s 4 year anniversary. I’d like to take a quick moment to give a shout to all our readers, contributors, and friends around the world. Our first 4 years have seen huge gains in readership and an uptick in high quality contributor additions. Make…

Market Reversal Gives Bulls Hope As Bad News Gets Bought

Today’s Jobs Report showed that the US Economy added 142,000 jobs. This missed estimates and caused an immediate reaction to the downside for stocks. At one point this morning, the S&P 500 was trading down 30+ points. But if you missed seeing the market close, it was green. Solidly. The…

Why You Shouldn’t Let Market Bottoms Consume You

Calling for a market bottom is the new rage. But, truth be told, what feels cool is often a very dangerous thing to do (especially with your money). And that goes for calling market tops as well.  It’s a mentality that can consume you and affect your day to day…

GoPro Stock (GPRO): Deep Decline Tests Patience

One of Wall Street’s darlings has been getting a lot of attention: GoPro (GPRO). If you’ve been following the GoPro stock, you know that it has fallen from the good graces of investors recently and is no longer that IPO darling from a year ago. From an all-time high of $98…

Apple (AAPL): Market Leader Still Trading Under Key Level

Everything appeared to be coming up roses for stocks this week. Even after the Fed announcement, the S&P 500 jumped back above 2000.  But that would prove to be short-lived. But even the pre-FED bout of equities strength wasn’t enough to push Apple (AAPL) through a key technical resistance level. And…

Why Apple Stock (AAPL) Isn’t Out Of The Woods Yet

After failing to breakout in mid-July, shares of Apple (AAPL) headed lower. And fast. Here’s a recount of AAPL’s technical breakdown: Apple’s stock (AAPL) fails in its attempt to breakout on July 21st (high that day of 132.92). AAPL gaps below it’s 50 day moving average the very next day….