Posts From David Katz

David Katz
Author of the e-Manual to Trading the Trend, David began his journey as the International Stock Market Game Coordinator for the State of Arizona. As an educator, David doesn't believe that learning to trade needs to cost thousands of dollars. Using both his website and frequent contributions on Stocktwits, he has shared his trading method to the trading community at large in learning how to Trade the Trend and make it a profitable business. While having the macro view in mind, David lays no claim to where the market is headed each day and only trades the charts in front of him. Patience and discipline is the model he has learned from his mentors and he continues to share that with others. David also runs a live trading room at Marketfy, frequently offering free live trading room days with no commitment. While not trading, David enjoys hiking the outdoors and team cycling on the velodrome and road. You may find out more about David and his trading strategies at TradingFibz.com, Marketfy, or StockTwits.
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Stock Market Futures Weekly Review & Outlook – January 16

THE BIG PICTURE Consolidation on Dow Jones futures (YM) and S&P 500 futures (ES) seems to be the trend of 2017 as Nasdaq futures (NQ) steams ahead and leaves the indices in its dust trail. Week two, day four (1.12.17) seemed to be the hope of some correction in the market,…

Stock Market Futures Weekly Review & Outlook: January 9

THE BIG PICTURE – Stock Market Futures 2017 rolled in with a dud as the stock market indices ended the year on a low note. And although early trading started off strong, it took a couple days to get a read on the trend. The jobs report was the latest…

Stock Market Futures Weekly Review & Outlook – January 1

THE BIG PICTURE – Stock Market Futures 2016 is out the door.  Welcome to 2017! You may have never thought we would make it through the presidential election in one piece and the uncertainty from one fed meeting to another didn’t make anything feel very smooth. However, markets eventually consolidated…

Stock Market Futures Weekly Review & Outlook – December 19

The Big Picture – Stock Market Futures Considering all the hubbub and uncertainty that filled the air in 2016 about the presidential election and Federal Reserve, well both came and went and the market is at all-time highs. Last week traders navigated an expected FOMC announcement of a rate hike and…

Stock Market Futures Weekly Review & Outlook – December 12

THE BIG PICTURE – Stock Market Futures Week 49 brought about a relentless pursuit of higher highs in the stock market indices. Nasdaq futures (NQ) soared back from its late November selloff to reach new highs. Stock market futures were also aided by the suddenly energized Dow Jones Industrials & Transports. The…

Crude Oil Trading Update: Short-Term Trends Positive

With the buzz continuing to fly around on a oil production freeze by OPEC, it is not advantageous for either a long term or short term trader to get caught up in the news cycle. That said, if you are an active investor/trader, you also need to follow some key trend…

Stock Market Update: Looking At The Weeks Ahead

The price action is once again at all time highs for the major stock market indices. So, where do we go from here? Could a stock market pullback be lurking around the corner? To actually consider that I would or for that matter, anyone would know where this market may…

The Ins And Outs Of Joining A Trading Room

In some hobbit hole you have created in your abode with anywhere from 1 -10 monitors sucking the electrical gridline of your neighborhood each day, you are trying to squeeze out a menagerie of trades on any given day… yes, this is the typical life of a day trader. It…

Stock Market Futures Weekly Update: Decision Time

The Index Futures Market – Big Picture  I think it’s helpful to go back over the prior week of trading action and review the setups that occurred. Sometimes taking a step back allows traders to see the market in slow motion and better understand where stocks may be headed (and stock market futures). I think…