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Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
November 13, 2014

In today's video, we will take a look back at several of the major markets. Starting with the Nasdaq market, we see that this market continues to move higher. With some news coming out today and tomorrow, we think it is likely for increased volatility in the Nasdaq and the momentum to continue pushing this market higher.

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S&P Market Hovering in Reversal Zone
By Alla Peters   
November 12, 2014

A quick look at the S&P 500 Market shows that we are hovering in the reversal zones this morning. If the market is able to push higher out of these reversal zones, we should not be surprised for the bulls to push this market up to the decision point areas heading into the close.

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Intra-Day Forex Trading Signals
By Dave Floyd   
November 11, 2014

Traders, we continue to see some weakness in the Dollar Index (DXC) and that is weighing on our long USD/CHF position. For now, DXC and related pairs are not exhibiting price action that suggests the correction is complete. We will need to wait and see.

ICE Softs Fast Facts: Fundamental Favorite: Cotton Picking
By Judy Ganes   
November 11, 2014

The cotton market continues to show sideways to lower trading range with little cause to break out of this range-either up or down at this time. The market is still wedged between two very opposing fundamental views depending on whether one believes China will unload large volumes of cotton or not from their massive stockpile and the market has been waiting what seems like an eternity for the proverbial other shoe to drop but so far it hasn't.

One Way to View Divergence
By Alex Wasilewski   
November 11, 2014

Lots of traders love divergence. Usually price goes one way while some indicator goes the other way. At least for me, most of those methods have not been successful. Maybe it is because some indicators perform like an oscillator that always gives signals. Here is a video about a method that works for me:

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Market Action Primarily in the Morning
By Austin Passamonte   
November 11, 2014

Crude oil futures were quiet overnight, posted a rather narrow open range which we noted at 9:05am est usually portends a large-range or trend session. And indeed it we predicted according to price itself.

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