Monthly Archives: September 2012

QE Winners and Losers

I’ve been holding off talking about the likely winners in QE3 until the likely initial retracement on equities had played out, and that looks close now so I’d like to talk this week about the effect that QE has had … Continue reading

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Dow Theory Divergences

I’ll be doing a post next weekend on the effect that QE has had in the past on equities (up), bonds (down) and commodities (up). As I’m expecting equities to retrace over the next week though I thought I would … Continue reading

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Unprintable Money

The Fed announced the start of the third wave of quantitative easing since 2008 on Thursday, much to the surprise of anyone, including myself, who thought another big round of money printing was unlikely with the SPX testing four year … Continue reading

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Bullish Breaks

I’ve been writing about a likely test of the 1440 area pivot on the S&P 500 (SPX) for several weeks now. SPX closed at 1438 on Friday so that test is now being made. I was writing on the 19th … Continue reading

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Technical Drama

I’m away on a long weekend and my internet access is a bit limited, so I did the charts for this weekend¬†write-up shortly after the open on Friday, and just before Bernanke’s speech at Jackson Hole. It was already clear … Continue reading

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