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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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Sinking Ships
It looks like my idea to short the cruise liners has worked out pretty well.
Our Little Yellow Buddy
Miners haven’t been quite as dynamic, but I think that’s about to change.
Flying My Freak Flag
My big winner today was Six Flags.
Four Hours And Hours
Gold is really starting to shine.
Disastrous Duo
If a stock can actually fall 98% in this market, the company is in such dreadful shape that even Powell can’t save it.
Take That, Nasdaq!!
After eleven years of a central-bank-fueled market, the one-two punch of a worldwide pandemic and Apple's withdrawal of guidance was just what the bears needed to destroy this market!
Bank Shot
One of the most vulnerable sectors in this goes-up-every-market is, I believe, the banks.
Peak Freak
At this point, we might as well just start pulling projections from thin air. Dow Industrials? How about a 50,000 target. Or 100,000, for that matter. Nasdaq?
Bath Bomb
BBBY is getting blown apart after hours.
Sugar Smacks
Even in this lifetime-highs-every-day market, some of the short ideas are producing great results.
Amazon Breakout 12 And 35
Hard to believe, with a P/E of nearly 100 (for a very, very mature firm) but there’s yet another breakout of good old Aazon​ to never-seen-before highs.
Follow-through matters whether it is a long or a short position.
The market continues to unravel.
Skirting The Line
After the tumble the market took on Friday and Monday, it isn’t exactly shocking that, with eleven years of “buy the dip” success behind them, the buyers stampeded in to pick up stocks that were – umm – on sale.
Higher High
Investors would want to see is a cessation of the “lower highs” that had been plaguing the volatility index for so long.
The Market: The Thrill Is Gone
We’ve been stalled out for five solid trading days, going absolutely nowhere.
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