Month: March 2010

Existing Home Sales – Pressured Then Waiting

Existing Home Sales came in rather weak. This is the hangover from the governmental stimulus that forced the hand of buyers over the past few months. Now we are going to see what the organic growth may be, as long the hand of the taxpayer is kept from providing more...

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World Index Returns for February- Our Cartography

Visually, this image gives a great representation of the world markets. We used the major ETFs that provide coverage in the areas and then track the month to date and year to date returns.

Obviously the impact of the rising dollar has shown up in the emerging markets, again. Though February...

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Oil Spikes Lower on Chile Earthquake

Oil spiked lower as the news came that three was another significant aftershock in Chile. This one measured 5.1 and news of the actual damage is still coming in.

The timing of the shift in sentiment in the future’s pits changed exactly at the same time…


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The Weeks 15 Hottest Reads on TDI

For the Week of November 30 – December 6, 2009. The week’s most read stories on The Disciplined – in order of popularity. Want it faster? You can get instant updates via Twitter. Follow @andrewhorowitz.

1, Debt Bomb The “Enormous” Exposure to PIGS

2. Indicators We...

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Indicators We Are Watching: An Apathetic Condition

Volume is one of those indicators that cannot be ignored. It does not show an overbought or oversold signal and it does not oscillate. What it does do is provide a measure of conviction for a market and a better reading on investor sentiment.

Most recently, it almost seems that there...

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