There are still trees in these woods, but the bulls have got to be feeling a bit better after the latest rally. After another press lower and undercut of the lows, the latest rally has added some much needed.
But there aren’t any free rides, and no one knows for sure if a stock market bottom is in. Understanding that, we have work to do.
So there’s no better way to get caught up on all the market action than by reading “Top Trading Links” and taking in the best of the financial blogosphere.. Enjoy, there are great reads littered throughout.
We’re seeing a signal similar to what we saw at the October lows – Dana Lyons
Biotech Stocks look ripe for a counter trend rally – Tom Pizzuti & Kurt Hulse
A technical road map for the Yen – Tom Bruni
A look at the U.S. Dollar’s point and figure chart – Karl Snyder
Testing a Trend Following Approach in the Futures Markets – Adam Grimes
Three Essential Ingredients of Effective Trading Processes – Brett Steenbarger
How to use relative strength during market corrections – Joe Fahmy
Is more evidence and higher conviction a good thing? – Mark Rzepczynski
We’re seeing a huge spike in Gold volatility. What does it mean? – Paban Raj Pandey
We CAN have a bear market without a recession – David Fabian
By the way, there was 2%+ annualized inflation readings in January’s CPI – Bill McBride
The Ticking Timebomb in China – Kyle Bass
Why the President isn’t all that important – George Friedman
Lessons learned about investing from Carl Icahn – Tren Griffin
OTHER NEWS, RESEARCH, AND IDEAS
The missing link of artificial intelligence – MIT Tech Review
How to work from anywhere – Ben Carlson
What might happen to savers’ deposits if the Fed raised rates – Wesley Gray
SolarCity plans to use Tesla batteries – Bloomberg
Futuristic oddities from the wide world of wearable tech – Dominic Basulto
Could the Eurozone handle negative interest rates? – Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Thanks for reading and check back next week for another edition of “Top Trading Links”.
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