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US Equity Markets Weekly Commentary
By Nick McDonald   
April 06, 2015

Today's US Equity Market Commentary reviews the week commencing April 5, 2015. In this week's video overview, Nick takes a look at the Russell 2000 on a variety of timeframes. Starting off on the daily timeframe, we can see that this market was sliding bearish toward the end of last week, but it has not pushed low enough for us to change our longer term outlook for the market. Expect some strong support to jump into the market early this week.

Run time: 10:47 minutes

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S&P Hovering Above Decision Points in Uncertain Land
By Alla Peters   
April 02, 2015

We will start off today's video with a look at the S&P 500. As this market hovers above our key levels, uncertainty is the name of the game. Until sellers come in and push us down to support, trying to enter would be much riskier than we would like.

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Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
April 02, 2015

Today's recap video takes a look at the major markets. Looking over markets such as the Nasdaq, Gold and Crude Oil, we do not expect large moves in today's action as traders prepare for the holiday weekend. Look for markets to continue thier trends from yesterday or stay flat heading into the holiday.

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Two SP500 Triangles and Updated Selloff Level Planning
By Corey Rosenbloom   
April 01, 2015

The stock market fell victim to sharp selling pressure overnight that continued into the morning session.

Sellers and bears have a key support level ahead of them and buyers are eying it eagerly.

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Is a New Wave to the Upside Emerging?
By Stephen Bigalow   
March 31, 2015

The strong bullish signals were present in the indexes yesterday. At these same levels that strong bullish signals formed a few weeks ago, which provides a strong indication that a new wave to the upside has started.

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The S&P 505 Replaces the S&P 500?
By Barry Burns   
March 31, 2015

The S&P 500 index is often used as a measurement of the overall performance of the stock market and also as a benchmark against which investors and fund managers' performance is evaluated.

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