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T. Pizzuti & K. Hulse
In addition to being an active trader, Tom Pizzuti has spent more than a decade exploring popular as well as esoteric approaches to technical analysis. In 2008, he was one of the founders of Trading On The Mark, where he continues to provide charts and commentary that help subscribers find trades in a wide range of futures markets. Tom's objective in analysis and trading is to identify particularly low-risk entry points that have high reward potential in a given time frame. The proper application of Elliott wave methods is especially well suited to that objective, and additional techniques in his kit make his approach even more effective. Tom also has a talent for explaining how to translate analysis into trades, and he leads the discussion in TOTM's intraday chat room. More than a decade ago, Kurt Hulse was inspired by the idea that technical trading can offer a road to financial independence for anyone who is devoted to acquiring the skills and developing a trader's discipline. In 2008, he helped create Trading On The Mark as a place where traders at any point in their development can find useful analysis of current markets while working alongside masters of the art. Kurt's educational and professional background has included positions at the intersection of social science, physical science and public policy. He has managed the design, implementation and statistical analysis for numerous large-scale studies related to resource conservation and human behavior.
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iShares Italy (EWI) Update: Higher Yet Into 2017

Looking back and looking forward on the Italy ETF It was mid-July when we suggested a countertrend trade in the iShares MSCI Italy ETF (NYSEARCA:EWI). Although the economic news out of Italy at that time was mostly bad, we thought the Elliott wave chart pattern offered reasons to expect at…

Recent Treasury Bond Meltdown Getting Overdone

When we last wrote about treasury bonds for See It Market in September, we suggested that treasury bonds were on the verge of turning bearish. Shortly after that post, the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (NASDAQ:TLT) fell through the initial support area as expected, and it is now approaching…

Is The Euro About To Fall Through The Floor?

The Euro Currency (CURRENCY:EUR) Looks Vulnerable: A closer look via the CurrencyShares Euro ETF (NYSEARCA:FXE) As the U.S. Dollar continues to strengthen, we are watching to see how the CurrencyShares Euro ETF (FXE) will react to nearby support. In our main Elliott wave scenario, the chart should develop into a…

Italy ETF (EWI) Update: Elliott Wave Points Higher Yet

Amid the volleys of bad economic news coming out of Europe during the summer, we posted charts at See It Market in July that suggested traders could watch for a modest countertrend bounce in the iShares MSCI Italy ETF (NYSEARCA:EWI). During the time since that post, price support has held…

British Pound Fund ETF (FXB) Finds Currency Support

Many traders make use of Elliott wave analysis because of its ability to forecast turns and reversals in a market. However its other greatest strength is often overlooked – its ability to alert a trader quickly when a forecast turns out to be wrong. That was the case with our…

United States Oil Fund (USO) May Be Headed Lower Soon

Crude oil futures and the related United States Oil Fund ETF (NYSEARCA:USO) have met our expectations by rallying modestly since we last posted charts in January 2016. Now we are watching for the larger downward trend to resume. If/When it does, it could last several months and could further reduce…

Charting A Topping Pattern On The Russell 2000 ETF (IWM)

September has presented traders with several warning signs of instability in equity and bond markets. So we are focusing our posts and our newsletter this week on developments in various stock market indices. We are especially interested in identifying signs of pattern completion and weakening momentum as stock market indices…

Treasury Bonds ETF (TLT) On Verge Of Turning Bearish

In our June post about treasury bond futures and the related iShares Barclays 20+ Year Treasury Bonds ETF (NASDAQ:TLT), we suggested that both were showing signs of topping out. In the months since then, treasury bonds and the TLT have made downward moves that we are watching as the possible…