Category Archives: Technical Analysis

Technically Speaking: Riding The Bull

Written by Lance Roberts | May, 22, 2018

One of the most dangerous sports in America lasts a total of eight seconds – bull riding. In bull riding, a rider must stay on top of the bucking bull while…

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Technically Speaking: 5-Indicators To Watch

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 24, 2018

In this past weekend’s newsletter I discussed the market hitting “the wall” last week. This failure at the downtrend resistance keeps us on a defensive posture for now, but still…

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The “Smart Money” Is Bullish On The Dollar

Written by Jesse Colombo | Apr, 23, 2018

After a brief post-Presidential election surge in 2016, the U.S. dollar has been in a steady downtrend since early-2017. The dollar’s grind lower has helped to boost non-U.S. currencies as well…

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Here’s What To Watch In Crude Oil Right Now

Written by Jesse Colombo | Apr, 20, 2018

After experiencing weakness in February and March, crude oil spiked to three-year highs in April due to geopolitical fears associated with the Syria bombing campaign as well as falling inventories….

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Key Levels To Watch In The U.S. Stock Market

Written by Jesse Colombo | Apr, 10, 2018

The stock market volatility over the past several months has everyone scratching their heads while trying to figure out the next major move. Though I still believe that the U.S….

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Technically Speaking: 10-Reasons The Bull Market Ended In 2018

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 10, 2018

“Technically Speaking” is a regular Tuesday commentary updating current market trends and highlighting shorter-term investment strategies, risks, and potential opportunities. Please send any comments or questions directly to me via Email, Facebook or Twitter. In this past…

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Technically Speaking: The Death Of Bull Markets

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 3, 2018

“Technically Speaking” is a regular Tuesday commentary updating current market trends and highlighting shorter-term investment strategies, risks, and potential opportunities. Please send any comments or questions directly to me via Email, Facebook or Twitter. The big question…

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An Update On The U.S. Treasury Bond Breakout

Written by Jesse Colombo | Mar, 27, 2018

Since the start of the year, I’ve been watching and showing that the “smart money” (commercial futures hedgers) have been bullish on U.S. Treasury bonds and bearish on crude oil,…

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Technically Speaking: Predictions, Market Bounce & Risks

Written by Lance Roberts | Mar, 27, 2018

“Technically Speaking” is a regular Tuesday commentary updating current market trends and highlighting shorter-term investment strategies, risks, and potential opportunities. Please send any comments or questions directly to me via Email, Facebook or Twitter. I love trolls….

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Technically Speaking: The “Walking Dead” Market – 3000 or 1500?

Written by Lance Roberts | Mar, 20, 2018

“Technically Speaking” is a regular Tuesday commentary updating current market trends and highlighting shorter-term investment strategies, risks, and potential opportunities. Please send any comments or questions directly to me via Email, Facebook or Twitter. In May of…

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Technically Speaking: Chart Of The Year?

Written by Lance Roberts | Mar, 13, 2018

Well, I jinxed it. In this past weekend’s missive I wrote: “There are generally two events that happen every year – somebody forgets their coat, goggles or some other article…

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Technically Speaking: Eating Sardines

Written by Lance Roberts | Mar, 6, 2018

This past weekend, I discussed the recent weekly violation of the market back below its respective 50-dma and the triggering of actions in our underlying portfolios. ‘If the market fails…

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Technically Speaking: It Bears Repeating

Written by Lance Roberts | Mar, 2, 2018

My friend, Doug Kass, recently penned an interesting note in his daily diary entitled “It Bears Repeating.” To wit: “Several acquaintances I have that have consistently had bearish market outlooks acquiesced…

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