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US Equity Markets Weekly Commentary
By Craig Cobb   
August 12, 2015

Today's US Equity Market Commentary reviews the week commencing August 11, 2015. This week, Craig Cobb stands in for Nick McDonald and takes a look at action in the Russell 2000 from the previous week. Recent action to the downside in the Russell 2000 has us poised on the idea that we could finally break through support at 1200. Moving past this level could see a sustained move to the downside.

Run time: 6:54 minutes

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End of Day Direction When Following Gaps That Are Lower Than the Low of a Prior Up Day
By Scott Andrews   
August 11, 2015

Today's video is going to be a bit different. Rather than looking at fading gaps, we wanted to take a look at the end of day direction following a gap lower than the low of a prior up day. Does the direction then to rebound back to the upside or does it continue its fall to the downside?

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Decision Points and Minor Trends
By Alla Peters   
August 11, 2015

In our video this morning, we will take a look at fibonacci levels in the S&P 500. As the market appears to have reached the end of a minor trend, we need to re-emphasis why the market decision levels are not the correct place to be entering the market. As traders come into these levels of support/resistance, there is just too much uncertainty to enter.

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ICE Softs Fast Facts: Fundamental Favorite: Is It Time for a Sweet Tooth?
By Judy Ganes   
August 11, 2015

The question is how low is low for the sugar market? I remember a time when the market sank below 2.5 cents per pound and routinely traded below 8 cents. When the market advanced to a 10-12 cent trading range it was considered a bull market. A return to single digit sugar is not far away or an unlikely possibility, but the question is how long could the market sit below this point? The fundamentals are a mixed lot and the lower the market falls, the greater the ultimate rebound.

Oil Prices - How Low Can They Go?
By Anna Coulling   
August 10, 2015

When considering the chart for crude oil, there is really only one question to answer and it is simply this - how low can it go! And to answer that particular question we need to consider the charts across a variety of timeframes. If we start with the daily chart, the self evidence of the bearish picture speaks for itself, with the VPOC ( volume point of control) remaining firmly in the $59.80 per barrel region, with the transacted volumes at this level confirming the sustained pressure that has been driving oil prices ever lower.

Catch the Other Side
By Alex Wasilewski   
August 07, 2015

In today's video, we want to take a minute to discuss how some traders tend to get into the market too early. One key component of trading is patience and many times you need to hold off until the market gives you the proper signals to enter. Entering too early is one way to blow an account out quickly.

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