Top Trading Links: Stocks Struggle To Find Their Way

Another tough week for stocks and the financial markets.  We haven’t seen many “big” down days, but the S&P 500 Index (INDEXSP:.INX) has been down 9 days in a row!

This has left a cloud of uncertainty over the market. And although the election will lift one piece of uncertainty from the equation, there’s more to it than just that.

Interest rates have been creeping higher, the Dollar is firm, and equities are weak. Plus the Fed is up to its usual games and could raise rates in December.  A lot to juggle for investors.  But fear is finally in the air (see the VIX Volatility Index), so maybe a trading low is near.

Today we have a packed set of trading links for you. Enjoy some of the best blogs from this week…

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Should we sell ahead of the election?Cracked.Market

Quietly, Base Metals BreakoutCallum Thomas

Broad index is at 2000 and 2007 levelsKimble Charting Solutions

A Big Test for StocksDana Lyons



Nvidia has room to grow, everywhere Capital Market Labs

Harmonics in Long Term U.S. TreasuriesDragonfly Capital

Gold is shining brighterAll Star Charts



5 steps to being fully present in the momentAdam Grimes



Mindfulness only works if you work on itHarvard Business Review

Why is it so hard to be inactiveCatalysts minus Headwinds

Successful traders remain in the driver’s seatSteve Burns

The Art of Asking Good QuestionsTrader Feed

What Investors must do to outperform the marketTren Griffin

The three layers of realityBrain Pickings

Self Reliance is the key to consistent happiness Darius Foroux



Faulty Wall Street AssumptionsA Wealth of Common Sense

Immigrants are keeping America growingFive Thirty Eight

ESPN has it’s worst month in historyOutKick The Coverage


Be sure to check back next weekend for more links to high level trading blogs and investing research.  Thanks for reading “Top Trading Links”!


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