Top Trading Links: Your Weekend Market Coverage

A worse than expected jobs number on Friday wasn’t enough to take the stock market down. For the week, stocks jostled back and forth in a tight range (1%) last week, with the S&P 500 finishing down just 0.25%.

Patience is tough for traders, but it’s a requirement now. With a Federal Reserve meeting and a Brexit vote still on the horizon for June, traders are sitting tight waiting for the price action to lead them.

Those outcomes will likely bring a lot of “noise” to the market, so traders will likely be tested this month.  Focus and discipline will be necessary.

Lots of high quality trading links this week from some great names in the financial blogosphere. Enjoy!

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This week saw a historic jump in AAII investor sentimentSentimenTrader

Fund Flows suggest demand for safetyWillie Delwiche

How companies plan to spend money this yearJosh Brown

Copper is testing a major levelChris Kimble

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The Yen is setup to declineTrading On The Mark

James Bartelloni with a look at Under Armour’s larger correction target

under armour stock chart pattern buy price target


Black Swans, White SwansSteve Burns

An in depth look at CornMarcus Ludtke

Extreme short positions in Silver, Gold and the Yen have moderatedEric Bush

Diving into the U.S. yield curveEd Yardeni



The Code Conference interviewed some of the most influential names in tech. Video: Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk

Uber will lease a car to just about anyoneFast Company

How to make good habits stickBarking up the Wrong Tree

A new method to keep donated organs aliveWashington Post

What a glorious bull market in all things college:

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Consumer Spending rose the most in 7 years in AprilBloomberg

Virtual Reality could give PC sales a boost –


Thanks for reading.  And be sure to check back next weekend for another round of “Top Trading Links”.


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