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Our Pivot Planning Levels Updated for US Stocks
By Corey Rosenbloom   
January 20, 2016

We're seeing at least a short-term bounce develop off key planning levels for US Stocks.

Let's pinpoint these levels and craft a trading plan for the bounce or collapse from the new "Make or Breakdown" Pivot Points.

Russell Leading the Charge for a Bounce
By Hubert Senters   
January 19, 2016

We look at the major markets today such as the S&P, Nasdaq and Russell. The Russell was leading the pack for these markets and looking at a shorter timeframe, we can see that the Russell is bouncing off of it's low which could indicate that the other markets are likely to bounce soon as well.

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US Equity Markets Weekly Commentary
By Craig Cobb   
January 18, 2016

Today's US Equity Market Commentary reviews the week commencing January 17, 2016. This week, Craig Cobb stands in for Nick McDonald and takes a look at action in the Dollar Index from the previous week. Starting with the weekly chart, we can see that this market is still displaying bullish tendencies, but it is not strongly bullish. We will need to look for a much stronger move to the upside for this market to escape from the recent range we have seen.

Run time: 6:28 minutes

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European Market Outlook
By Eurex   
January 15, 2016

FOREX: It's been a rather choppy Friday session for the Asia-Pacific today, as risk sentiment ebbed and flowed in line with gyrations in regional stock markets. By the end of the morning, risk indicators were near the day's lows and pairs like aussie-dollar and dollar-yen were also hovering near their session lows.

ICE Softs Fast Facts: Fundamental Favorite: Turning Lemonade Back to Lemons
By Judy Ganes   
January 14, 2016

There were four commodities that had price gains in 2015 and all four were part of the Softs Complex. Coffee stood out apart from the rest to finish the year with declines and continues to be losing ground. Sugar and cocoa had climbed the furthest and it was a toss-up as to which market was truly justified to sustain gains.

End of Day Bias When Outside Day Below Averages
By Scott Andrews   
January 14, 2016

For today's end of day analysis, we will take a look at what happens historically on the day following an outside day that is below our main moving averages. We briefly looked at the outside day + 50 day low, but there were so few occurances of this, we needed to alter the historic data we looked at.

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