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Could Q1’s Terrible GDP Actually Mean More Upside For Stocks?

Following last week's Final Q1 2014 GDP Print at a staggering - but by many accounts, transitory - -2.96%, the gentlemen at J. Lyons Fund...
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U.S. Dollar Under Pressure: Geopolitics Loom Large

While America sleeps, we continue to lose financial ground to those determined to unseat the monopoly of the U.S. currency. Take for example The People’s...
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Are U.S. GDP Growth Estimates Still Too High?

Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), made headlines recently by joining the chorus of analysts that have reduced the rosy...
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3 Reasons Emotions Are Running High Into FOMC Statement

The tension on the tape is building. Like it or not, many active investors are bracing for the reaction to the FOMC statement today...

Here Comes The Fed: All Eyes On Gold 1275

With the Federal Reserve set to release their collective policy statement tomorrow afternoon, the market has found a way to build drama around the...

NYSE Composite Tags Key Long-Term Bullish Target

Despite yesterday's selling, the NYSE Composite (NYA) is trading within 1% (and came within 0.1% at 06/11's intraday high) of completing the massive harmonic...
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Market Trends Overview For Week of June 9 2014

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 both closed at all-time highs on Friday, highlighting the prolonged strength of the current market trends. At...
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Market Sentiment Watch: Are Headlines Getting Frothy?

Market sentiment has been downright nasty during this bull market. And sentiment-focused analysts like Ryan Detrick have correctly highlighted this as a major catalyst...
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Andrew Nyquist’s FXStreet Interview – June 3, 2014

Earlier today, I had the great pleasure of being interviewed by Dale Pinkert in the Live Analysis Room (LAR) at FXStreet.com. Dale and I...
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Is Market Divergence Highlighting Weaker Economy?

The S&P 500 closed the month at an all-time high of 1923.57. It is up 4.14% YTD. Meanwhile the NASDAQ Composite was up 1.69%...

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