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Non-Farm Thursday – Is Good News Bad News?

We're waiting on the jobs report.  

Nothing really matters until we get that bit of data – certainly not these thrashing indexes that may or may not be in their death throes as the weather heats up and the Global Economy cools down.  The question is, do we want a lot of job growth – which will signal economic strength and drive up the Dollar in anticipation of eventual Fed rate hikes, or do we want bad news in weak jobs, that will stop the Dollar from kicking over the 95 line and keep the Fed hikes away for another quarter? 

Certainly given the choice between paying higher wages or getting MORE FREE MONEY, it's no choice at all for our Corporate Masters, who are also up to their eyeballs in debt that they've used to buy their own stock at record-high prices (what could possibly go wrong?).  We can only pray that they have done their part and refrained from hiring or, if hiring, haven't done anything too crazy like paying their workers more money.  

As we were discussing in Member Chat, Seattle has an $11 minimum wage since April 1st (gradually phasing to $15) and is already the fastest-growing part of our country for housing, according to the recent Case-Shiller Report.  Not only do higher wages provide an immediate boost to housing which, in turn, boosts the consumption of durable goods and adds construction and service jobs – but it has been a boon for the very businesses that feared the increase as their customers now have more money to spend (as well as their employees).  Los Angeles is next but starting at $10 this month.  

Lack of wage growth has been the unspoken plague that has been holding back our economy but, ironically, the Fed does everything it can to prevent wage inflation, which is also the kind of inflation that leads to all the rest.  That means, in 30 minutes, we're going to be more concerned with the change in hourly earnings, which popped 0.3% last month and sent the S&P down 20 points even though 280,000 jobs were created.  

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Whipsaw Wednesday – Greece Up, China Down

Embedded image permalinkWheeeeeeee – what a ride! 

It's 7:39:11 am and Greece is "fixed" at the moment and we have to time-stamp it to the second or it may change again.  European markets are LOVING IT with 1.5-2.5% gains across the board but, on the whole, the DAX (the only one we really care about) isn't even close to our weak bounce line at 11,250 yet – so we don't care.  We do care about CHINA!!! (see yesterday's post), who dropped over $200Bn in stimulus this week and they fell another 5% this morning anyway.  That's not good, folks

5% would be a 900-point drop in the Dow in one day.  I think I need to put that in perspective because we say "China fell 5% today" and people go "well, isn't that a shame" and that's the end of it.  It's not a shame, folks, it's a TRAGEDY!  To sum things up, the Shanghai has fallend from 5,200 to 4,000, which is 23%, which would be over 4,000 Dow points and it bounced back to 4,300, which was a weak 25% retrace of the drop that was IMMEDIATELY reversed DESPITE massive stimulus measures.  

Of course the 3,900 line is bouncy – it represents a 25% drop from 5,200 so SOMEONE is going to speculate and buy that dip but the dip buyers ran straight into a new round of sellers and now 3,900 MUST HOLD on the Shanghai or Greece will be the last thing you're worried about next week!  

China Margin FinancingWe are nowhere near unwinding the 2 TRILLION Yuan ($339Bn) of margin debt that has built up in China, much of it financed at the 22% capped interest rates.  When your market is gaining 100% a year, taking a 22% loan out to buy stocks seems to make sense – especially when all of your state-controlled media (not to mention the Corporate Propaganda you pick up in the US) tells you how AWESOME everything is.  

There are now more registered stock traders in China (90M) than there are registered Communist Party Members (87.8M) – interesting news on the 94th anniversary of the party's founding.  It’s safe to assume this is not
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Trillion Yuan Tuesday – China Pumps it Up to Close the Quarter

Photo published for Strap In! China Is Crashing Again

Down in the pleasure centre,
hell bent or heaven sent,
listen to the propaganda,
listen to the latest slander.
Pump it up until you can feel it.
Pump it up when you don't really need it. – Elvis

China has set a new Global record by dumping almost $200Bn (over 1Tn Yuan) in stimulus into their overheated markets in just two days.  Sunday night it was a rate cut AND lowering the reserve requirements for banks and yesterday afternoon they dropped another $50Bn in a "Reverse Repo" operation and, to cap it off this morning, the Finance and social Security Ministries published draft rules that would permit the state pension fund to invest up to 30% of its net asset value in securities, potentially allowing ANOTHER 600B yuan ($97B) to enter the market.

Take 30% of our retirement savings and buy stocks that already gained over 100% this year in an attempt to prevent a bear market from wiping out all of the gains – BRILLIANT!!!  

Embedded image permalinkCertainly Chinese speculators thought so as the Shanghai went from down 5.6% at the open to up 5.6% at the close!  This allowed them to save a little face at the close of the Quarter and, more importantly, promises Fund Managers a whole new round of suckers to dump shares into in July.

10% happens to be a Strong Bounce off the 25% drop, per our 5% Rule™, so we're not going to be too impressed until we see some follow-through.  Like us, Bloomberg is skeptical, saying: "China's Magic Tricks Can't Save Its Stock Market" warning us:

Only time will tell if Beijing's bag of tricks is empty. But if it is, the fallout on global markets could dwarf the impact of Greece's flirtation with default. The world, after all, has had a few years to contemplate a Greek exit from the euro. But if the world's biggest trading nation suddenly hit a wall, it would


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Monday Market Meltdown – Greece is so Bad we’re Ignoring China!

I love a good distraction!  

One of the great things about being good at forecasting the Futures is that we were not only 100% prepared for Greece to melt down (our Short-Term Portfolio was already up 152% as of Friday's close) but we're already done talking about it and looking ahead to the much bigger Financial crisis in CHINA!!!  

If you are a typical short-term, short-sighted, impatient investor (they kind we make money off every day), now is a good time to click away and look for someone to explain to you what's going on in Greece.  I liked Felix Salmon's "I Haven't Been Paying Attention. What's Going On In Greece?" enough to send it to the 1,000 people who asked me that this weekend.  Greek markets are closed today (and will be all week along with the banks) but the Greek ETF (GREK) is trading and will open down 15-20% by my estimation.  

As I said, I'm bored with Greece, we discussed it all weekend (and all year, and all month) in Member Chat, so you can catch up HERE, and we already played our strong bounce lines in the Futures and took our profits at:

  • Dow (/YM) 17,670
  • S&P (/ES) 2,075
  • Nasdaq (/NQ) 4,430 
  • Russell (/TF) 1,264.20

Those are the strong bounce lines per our fabulous 5% Rule™ and we were able to predict them last night at 6pm, when the market opened and I tweeted out our long ideas as well as the exits and even used Seeking Alpha's Stock Talks to make sure all my readers got a chance to play.  Now it's time to look at CHINA!!!, where the bi-weekly emergency measures to prop up their markets have already FAILED this morning.  As I said on Friday in "Let’s Ignore China (again) and Terrorism Today!":

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Philstockworld Top Trade Review – July

Things are getting crazy! 

The markets have been zig-zagging all over the place but, fortunately, it's what we expected and our Long-Term Portfolio sits at $723,544, that's up 44.7% and down $23,859 (3.3%) from our last review but, fortunately, our paired Short-Term Portfolio did it's job and protected us, finishing the week up 152%, at $252,003 – just shy of a cool million from our $600,000 start on 11/26/13 (up 66% in 18 months).  

Our dual portfolio system allows us to be smart "buy and hold" investors in our large Long-Term Portfolio while navigating the choppy market waters in our much smaller (1/5th) Short-Term Portfolio, which hedges the LTP and lets us take advantage of short-term opportunities when they present themselves – like shorting Netflix (NFLX) at $700 last week - that was EASY MONEY!  Setting up BALANCED portfolios is the key to our success and a few useful articles on the subject are:

Although we've been running our current virtual portfolios since Thanksgiving of 2013, we are constantly adding new trades and the key for all of us is to find that balance and take the new trade ideas that work to give us even better balance and add those.  That's why, although we have dozens of trade ideas each month and almost a dozen Top Trades each month, very few of those picks end up in one of our portfolios.  You can't play every game – the important thing is to learn HOW to play, so you can win when you do!  

Top Trades began last October and all 3 of our initial picks (GSK, MAT, RRD) are well on track.  In the last two months, we've been on a major roll with 20 out of 25 of our trade ideas (80%) coming up winners already and only one (LL) really off track.  We do these reviews on trades that are 2-3 months old (so we're doing May now) as there's no point in reviewing trades we just initiated.  Keep…
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Let’s Ignore China (again) and Terrorism Today!

And how was your morning?  

Probably better than it was for people in France, where an Air Products (APD) factory was attacked with a car bomb.  Our markets have become so jaded to terrorism that they spiked HIGHER minutes after the attack (6:40).  Meanwhile, in China, the Shanghai Composite continued to tumble, down a whopping 7.4% on the day, which is amazing since they halt stocks at 10% so only a few of them DIDN'T go limit down for the day. 

We've been warning you about this (and shorting China with (FXI), (FXP) and (CHAU)) for over a month now but this time may be different as Morgan Stanley (MS) warned it's investors NOT to buy the F'ing dip in what is now China's $8.8Tn market (was over $10Tn when we started shorting).  

“This is probably not a dip to buy,” wrote Jonathan Garner, the head of Asia and emerging-market strategy at Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong. “In fact, we think the balance of probabilities is that the top for the cycle on Shanghai, Shenzhen and the ChiNext has now taken place.”

Margin Debt Versus StocksChinese markets peaked out on Friday, June 12th and I called the top on Monday, June 15th, with "Monday Meltdown – Greece and China Race to Default" in which I said:

China is only better off than Greece in that they get to print their own money and make up their own economic statistics without the fear of being audited (it was an audit of Goldman Sach's cooked books that began the Greek crisis).  That means China has less chance of having their backs placed against the wall than Greece but that doesn't mean that, like fellow BRIC nations Brazil and Russia, investors won't simply lose confidence in what is more and more obviously an unsustainable system.  

Since last June, the Chinese markets have gained $6Tn (150%) in PRICE (not value!) as margin debt climbed from $100Bn to $358Bn (250%).  Meanwhile, net inflows of cash into the Chinese markets were just $200Bn.  $200Bn + $358Bn is not $6,000Bn is it? 

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Thursday – 5,200 or Fight on the Nasdaq

Just one thing.  

Stick to that and everything else don't mean s**t, as old Curly would say.  What that one thing is, we have to figure out!  This week, our one thing is not Greece but the Nasdaq, which needs to hold that 5,200 line (on the /NQ Futures, about 4,550 on the index) if we are to believe that other things, like Greece, can be ignored as our own markets move on to new highs.

We're still watching 2,120 on the S&P, of course and 1,300 on the Russell would be nice to make but it's the Nasdaq, where all the hot stocks are, that should be leading us higher in a real rally that's not going to get dragged down by the Fed, or Greece, or China, or Russia, or our Negative GDP or anything that investors used to worry about in the times before things were different – like they are supposed to be now.  

SPX WEEKLYYou know I DETEST low-volume rallies and here we are in another one and I've certainly given up hope that the S&P will lead us into the promised land.  That means the torch has been passed to tech (and we have SQQQ as a hedge in our Short-Term Portfolio) and that means we should take a look at the only tech company that matters, Netflix (NFLX).  

No, I'm just messing with you!  We shorted the crap out of them yesterday on that ridiculous pop over $700 and we already made a ton of money on the Icahan-inspired pullback.  Obviously I'm talking about Apple (AAPL), which is almost 20% of the Nasdaq in weighting and, if you add in all the Apple suppliers, probably about 25% of the Nasdaq's moves depend on what AAPL does on any particular day.  Overall, the Nasdaq won't make new highs if AAPL doesn't make new highs.  

Does AAPL deserve to be at new highs?  Well, as a disclosure, it was our Stock of the Year selection for 2015 and 2014 and 2013 before that so it's safe to say we like AAPL and we are not debating the merits of the company but we did cash out of the trade as AAPL
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Greek Out (again) Wednesday – Markets Back in Turmoil

Embedded image permalinkROFL!  

Greek Prime Minister Tsipras claims that the creditors have rejected his deal while they are claiming he has walked back on proposals that were put forward on Monday.  That's the latest news as the meeting in Brussels fell apart into lunch (but will resume later).  Apparently, the Commission stressed Athens still had to show willingness to carry out "prior actions," spending cuts that had already been agreed to before they'd be getting close to a deal and Greece is now complaining (though I'd say realizing) that EU President Junker is an unfair arbiter in talks with Germany and the IMF.  

Embedded image permalinkGreek stocks are plunging again, led lower by the banks as Greece is on day to day life support and this is all it takes to get us back in panic mode and S&P just released a warning that isn't helping to calm things down:

In our baseline scenario, we continue to think that Greece will remain a eurozone member. But the limited progress in talks to date between Greece and its creditors suggests that a Greek exit is possible. We consider that Greece's exit--coupled with the loss of emergency European Central Bank (ECB) financing--would bankrupt Greece's financial system. This could in turn send negative ripples across Southeastern Europe's Greek-owned banks.

Amazingly (and dangerously) this is diplomacy by Twitter as Tsiparis tweeted out a message this morning saying that the IMF's rejection of the Greek proposal indicated that they were insincere about wanting a deal or slaves to "special interests" in Greece (ie., the Top 1% that don't want to be burdened by Greece's proposed bailout measures (see yesterday's post to understand why we shorted overnight in aniticipation of this happening). 

This is only day one of the two day "emergency summit" that is supposed to fix Greece so it ain't over 'till it's over, as the great Yogi would say.  Of course fat ladies are singing in opera houses all over Europe as this nonsense has been going on for 4 months (plus 6 years)  so the chance of suddenly smoothing everything out by lunch wasn't very likely anyway.  


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2,120 Tuesday – This Time is Different?

Not the same as last Tuesday.

Last Tuesday we were testing our lows and we were looking to see if the indexes could bounce back and bounce back they did, past all of our Strong Bounce Lines at Dow 18,000, S&P 2,100, Nasdaq 5,050, NYSE 11,050 and Russell 1,260.  We were also very concerned about Germany's DAX retaking its 11,500 line and yesterday we finished at 11,460 and today we are back over – all the way to 11,600 as Greece remains fixed for the 2nd consecutive day!

None of our underlying concerns have changed – only the immediate potential downside catalyst of a Greek default has (seemingly) been removed for the moment.  We're not going to race back into the market but, on the other hand, we did plenty of bottom-fishing last week and added plenty of long trades to our portfolios (see our June Trade Review for a look at our free picks).  Now we're headed back into earnings season with plenty of cash in our wallets, looking for more stocks to go on sale.

The whole market doesn't have to down for there to be bargain stocks.  While the Nasdaq made a new all-time high yesterday, 40 of it's component stocks made 52-week lows.  57 new lows were made on the NYSE as well, where 1/3 of the index is within 5% of their year's lows, despite the recent round of exuberance.

SPY  5  MINUTEFor an up 1% day, yesterday was a pathetically low-volume affair – as you can see from Dave Fry's S&P ETF (SPY) chart.  The index fell from 213.34 on Thursday to 210.36 on Thursday on 195M shares but all the way back to just under 212 on 65M shares.  Hey, it's more than a quarter (but less than a third) – so let's not quibble over whether it's meaningless or manipulated and just sit back and enjoy the show.

You need the same sort of suspension of disbelief watching the markets as you do watching Jurassic World.  Not so much that people are living with dinosaurs but that Ingen is still in business after 3 previous park disasters and this time their idea is to put much bigger dinosaurs in a new…
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Monday Market Madness – Greek “Fix” Blasts Us Higher

Look at Europe go!   

2.5% moves are HUGE for a single day on major indexes and we're already (7:30 EST) past that point for Germany (EWG), France (EWQ) and Spain (EWP) in anticipation of a last-second deal with Greece that will put off the next crisis for more than 30 days.  Already this morning, the ECB has increased the amount of emergency loans available to Greek banks to offset the massive daily outflows of capital as depositors flee the banking system.   See – all is well!  

What they are really celebrating is that there is no problem the Central Banksters will not throw money at and that's very encouraging as everybody has problems to one degree or another in the Eurozone and, as long as no one wonders where all this free Central Bank money comes from, we can paper over these problems seemingly forever.   That is the true glory of a monetary Union – you have a Central Bank that endlessly prints currency that is removed from your own country's bond market so, when you are Germany (for example) you get to act "holier than thou" even though you are just as irresponsible as everyone else.

Greece's markets (GREK) are up 10% this morning as Greece submitted a proposal that would increase pension contributions by wealthy employers (earning over 500,000 Euros) while phasing out some payments to it's poorest pensioners (the ones least likely to fight back) and eliminating early retirement options.  

It's a good move by Socialist Tsipras, who is now forcing the ECB to be the bad guy if they turn down a plan that is solving their balance sheet problem by placing a burden on Greece's top 1% – the very people the ECB serves.  This is a very dangerous precedent so the deal may still blow up (with other excuses, of course) before any other countries get an idea that this is a way to fix deficits.  

Tsipars's move means that those other EU corporations who are licking their chops as the force Greece to privatize their vital services may be walking into a tax trap as they fall under the Greek Government's umbrella.  It had been hoped, by the…
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Zero Hedge

Greeks Turn To Bitcoin To Dodge Capital Controls

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

There is at least one legal way to get your euros out of Greece these days, to guard against the prospect that they might be devalued into drachmas: convert them into bitcoin. As Reuters reports, although absolute figures are hard to come by, Greek interest has surged in the online "cryptocurrency", as new customers depositing at least 50 euros with BTCGreece, the only Greece-based bitcoin exchange, open only to Greeks, rose by 400% between May and June.

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30% Bail-In Haircuts on Greek Deposits Over €8,000 Coming Up; Banks to Raid Deposits to Avert Collapse

Courtesy of Mish.

30% Bail-In Haircuts Coming Up

I warned countless times over the last six months that Greek citizens need to pull their deposits before it was too late.

Today I report it's too late. 30% bail-in haircuts on Greek bank deposits are coming up.

Banks to Raid Deposits to Avert Collapse

The Financial Times reports Greek Banks Prepare Plan to Raid Deposits to Avert Collapse
Greek banks are preparing contingency plans for a possible “bail-in” of depositors amid fears the country is heading for financial collapse, bankers and businesspeople with knowledge of the measures said on Friday.

The plans, which call for a “haircut” of at least 30 per cent on...



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Financial Markets and Economy

Did the IMF Just Open Pandora's Box? (Zero Hedge)

By now it should be clear to all that the only reason why Germany has been so steadfast in its negotiating stance with Greece is because it knows very well that if it concedes to a public debt reduction (as opposed to haircut on debt held mostly by private entities such as hedge funds which already happened in 2012), then the rest of the PIIGS will come pouring in: first Italy, then Spain, then Portugal, then Ireland.

Baker Hughes rig count rises for the first time in 29 weeks (Business Insider)

The number of US oil rigs in use just rose for the first...



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Chart School

Neutral Day

Courtesy of Declan.

After yesterday's gains there was no more gas in the tank to squeeze any more out of the market. Worryingly, the Russell 2000 finished near Monday's lows in a relative loss to S&P and Nasdaq, suggesting bearish leadership will come from speculative Small Caps, and that further losses are likely. The S&P recovered afternoon losses, but the Spinning Top candlestick of today suggests the advance is slowing, and what may be emerging is a 'bear flag'. In the meantime, the index is caught in a no-mans land between resistance and support. ...

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All About Trends

Mid-Day Update

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Kimble Charting Solutions

Shanghai index creates historic reversal pattern like 2007

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

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Much of the attention around the world seems to be revolving around a small country called Greece. What about the most populated country in the world (China), any key messages coming from there of late?

Well another Month, Quarter and Half a year are in the books. With this in mind I wanted to look at Monthly action of the hottest stock market in the world, the Shanghai Index. Above looks at the Shanghai index over the past 25-years. The 100%+ rally over the past year has pushed the Shanghai index up to its 23% Fibonacci ratio and a long-term resistance line, that has been in play for 25-years at (1) above.

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OpTrader

Swing trading portfolio - week of June 29th., 2015

Reminder: OpTrader is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

 

This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

To learn more about the swing trading virtual portfolio (strategy, performance, FAQ, etc.), please click here ...



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Digital Currencies

BitGold Now Available in US! Why BitGold?

Courtesy of Mish.

BitGold USA

Effective today, BitGold Announces Platform Launch in the United States.

BitGold, a platform for savings and payments in gold, is pleased to announce the launch of the BitGold platform for residents of the US and US territories. As of today, US residents can sign up on the BitGold platform and buy, sell, or redeem gold using BitGold’s Aurum payment and settlement technology. US residents will also have access to the BitGold mobile app and a prepaid card when these features launch over the coming weeks. Send and receive gold payment features are not initially available in the US.

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Sabrient

Sector Detector: Bulls under the gun to muster troops, while bears lie in wait

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Courtesy of Sabrient Systems and Gradient Analytics

Two weeks ago, bulls seemed ready to push stocks higher as long-standing support reliably kicked in. But with just one full week to go before the Independence Day holiday week arrives, we will see if bulls can muster some reinforcements and make another run at the May highs. Small caps and NASDAQ are already there, but it is questionable whether those segments can drag along the broader market. To be sure, there is plenty of potential fuel floating around in the form of a friendly Fed and abundant global liquidity seeking the safety and strength of US stocks and bonds. While the technical picture has glimmers of strength, summer bears lie in wait.

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Pharmboy

Baxter's Spinoff

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Baxter Int. (BAX) is splitting off its BioSciences division into a new company called Baxalta. Shares of Baxalta will be given as a tax-free dividend, in the ratio of one to one, to BAX holders on record on June 17, 2015. That means, if you want to receive the Baxalta dividend, you need to buy the stock this week (on or before June 12).

The Baxalta Spinoff

By Ilene with Trevor of Lowenthal Capital Partners and Paul Price

In its recent filing with the SEC, Baxter provides:

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Mapping The Market

An update on oil proxies

Courtesy of Jean-Luc Saillard

Back in December, I wrote a post on my blog where I compared the performances of various ETFs related to the oil industry. I was looking for the best possible proxy to match the moves of oil prices if you didn't want to play with futures. At the time, I concluded that for medium term trades, USO and the leveraged ETFs UCO and SCO were the most promising. Longer term, broader ETFs like OIH and XLE might make better investment if oil prices do recover to more profitable prices since ETF linked to futures like USO, UCO and SCO do suffer from decay. It also seemed that DIG and DUG could be promising if OIH could recover as it should with the price of oil, but that they don't make a good proxy for the price of oil itself. 

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Kim Parlee interviews Phil on Money Talk. Be sure to watch the replays if you missed the show live on Wednesday night (it was recorded on Monday). As usual, Phil provides an excellent program packed with macro analysis, important lessons and trading ideas. ~ Ilene

 

The replay is now available on BNN's website. For the three part series, click on the links below. 

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This is a non-trading topic, but I wanted to post it during trading hours so as many eyes can see it as possible.  Feel free to contact me directly at jennifersurovy@yahoo.com with any questions.

Last fall there was some discussion on the PSW board regarding setting up a YouCaring donation page for a PSW member, Shadowfax. Since then, we have been looking into ways to help get him additional medical services and to pay down his medical debts.  After following those leads, we are ready to move ahead with the YouCaring site. (Link is posted below.)  Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated; not only to help aid in his medical bill debt, but to also show what a great community this group is.

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