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Tim Knight has been charting and trading since 1987. His first stock trade was, in fact, on October 19, 1987 – the day of the crash – which perhaps goes a long way explaining his disposition ... more


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Weekly Money Supply
Stocks are, in real terms, as insanely overvalued as they were back in 2000.
The Week That Rocked
My virtual trading equity curve had fallen 40%, but then this week came along and it was hammer time! The market is starting to get fun again.
My Positions
In a nutshell, I am bullish short-term and bearish long-term. I have a ton of cash undeployed, but here are my live positions.
Energy stocks will be vastly lower six months from now.
Immediate Reaction
These days, the whole task is to look for any new semi-colons or altered definite articles to divine what the all-powerful Fed is thinking.
Man Overboard! Will These Cruise Ship Stocks Sink?
Here are three cruise liners that are in for more rough seas ahead.
Equities For A BTC Drop
Here are three specific equities which are available for short sales (or long puts) that would drop should crypto drop.
Initial CPI Reaction
The widely-anticipated release of the month CPI report just came out, and with the ceaseless fears about inflation heating up, a “beat” to the upside has people mildly freaking out.
The Better Part Of Valor
The ETF for Consumer Discretionary goods XLY​​​​​​​ is an appealing short-sale (or long puts) position.
Index Glance
Low-volume, daily-lifetime-highs summer trading continues. Let’s take a quick look at a few key items.
Ten Soldiers Of The WSB Reddit Army
Here are the top ten recipients of the reddit /wsb crowd's attention and buying. The most hysterical one is Wendy’s, which is absolutely exploding today.
They Rang The Bell Loudly
Here is an examination of the wipeout which has taken place in the entire crypto space over the past month by simply examining some of the breathless coverage that was going on near the top.
Materials Failure
XLB, the materials fund, is very close to a trendline failure.
Volatility Marches To Zero
Full employment and low inflation? Those aren’t the Fed mandates.
Precious Strengthens
Gold turned a hard fall yesterday, but after this morning’s lame jobs report, it has reversed firmly.
Crypto Slumber
Seems awfully quiet in crypto-land, doesn’t it? There’s a simple reason. Take a look at the volume.
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