Top Trading Links: Stocks March Higher Once More

Another week, and another week of gains for stocks. The run has been strong and in classic stair step, grinding fashion.

For the week, the S&P 500 (INDEXSP:.INX) gained 0.7%, ending the week at a new all-time closing high of 2367.34.

While the chase has been on for a while now (and the market is definitely extended), the gains have added up. And the bulls don’t have anyone to apologize to.  That said, managing risk is very important. Especially in 2017.

Active investors need to guard against complacency and, although news and events can be ‘noisy’, they can also cause jolts in this day and age.  Look no further than Brexit and the U.S. Presidential election. And on the horizon we have more European elections…

This week’s edition of Top Trading Links is filled with some of the best investing research, economic insights, and interviews from the week that was.  Enjoy.



Barry Ritholtz interviews Howard MarksMaster In Business

Rethinking support and resistance in Indexes and ETFsArthur Hill

How to handle the SnapChat

U.S. Crude Oil stockpiles at a recordBloomberg

A look at Oil CoT PositioningHedgopia

Demographics and GDPCalculated Risk

Should Stocks Be Worth More Now Than They Used To Be?Irrelevant Investor


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MIT unveils the new strongest material on earthFuturism

A conversation with Elon Muskelectrek

Frac Sand could be in short supplyReuters

Options Trader Tony Saliba InterviewGimme Some Options

Competition makes you betterPoints and Figures

The Network Effect of Ideas and InnovationA Wealth of Common Sense

The Top 50 Traders on TwitterOptionsTradingIQ


Check back next weekend for another set of links to some great investing research blogs and trading ideas. Thanks for reading!


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