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Which Way Wednesday – China is Down 5%, Why are you Looking at Greece???

SPY DAILYYesterday was a good show. 

Despite the fact that nothing changed, the Dow plunged 300 points from the open and then recovered 300 points into the close and now (8:02 am) it's up 130 points pre-market ahead of the Fed Minutes, which will be released at 2pm this afternoon.  As you know, we called for shorting the indexes in yesterday morning's post (which you can have delivered to you pre-market by clicking here), saying:

They are having more meetings with Greece but who cares with China collapsing.  Crazy we should be up this much so I like shorting our Futures at 17,700 on /YM, 2,075 on /ES, 4,440 on /NQ and 1,250 on /TF.  Tight stops over, shorting the laggard is always a good plan and then getting out if any of the others cross over.

As you can see from the Russell chart, our initial call was good for the top of a $2,750 run on /TF (Russell Futures) and we caught the dead bottom at 11:14 in our Live Chat Room, when I said to our Members:

Indexes looking bottomy at 17,400, 2,040, 4,350 and 1,225 – a good day's work so I'll be leaving early this afternoon to go have fun at the park!  

I'm on vacation at Disney this week.  That's the great thing about our style of playing the markets – we can do it even when we're on vacation!  Aside from catching a $2,750 gain PER CONTRACT on the Russell for our Members, the Dow paid $1,500 per contact, S&P $1,750 per contract and Nasdaq made $1,800 per contract.  

FXI WEEKLYOf course I also mentioned, FOR FREE, right in the morning post, that we were short the China ETF (FXI), which opened at $42 and will be much lower today as well as our short on the ultra-long China ETF (CHAU), which was $28.39 in the
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Technical Tuesday – Looking for Bounces while China Drags us Down

Every mistake, we must surely be learning

Still my guitar gently weeps

I don't know how someone controlled you

They bought and sold you

While my guitar gently weeps

Oh my, this is getting exciting! 

As we expected yesterday morning, our Short-Term Portfolio popped a lovely 11.5%, gaining $11,500 on the day and we took that money and went shopping, adding 1,000 shares of NorthStar Realty (NRF) to our Long-Term Portfolio at a net of $10.60 (using options to reduce our costs) – effectively transferring our short-term gains to long-term purchases.  

This is how we keep our paired portfolios from tilting too bearish and it puts our ill-gotten gains to good use in a steady, dividend-paying stock that happens to be on sale at the moment (see our Top Trade Alert for details).  Very simply, when we make big bearish wins, we buy some bullish positions that are on sale and vice versa – it's not complicated!  Balance is very important in any kind of market if you intend to be a long-term investor – as is learning how to take a step back and watch from the sidelines once in while – something we discussed yesterday.  

This morning, in our Live Member Chat Room, we already took a poke at shorting the Futures as my comment to Members at 6:46 am was:

They are having more meetings with Greece but who cares with China collapsing.  Crazy we should be up this much so I like shorting our Futures at 17,700 on /YM, 2,075 on /ES, 4,440 on /NQ and 1,250 on /TF.  Tight stops over, shorting the laggard is always a good plan and then getting out if any of the others cross over.

Russell Futures (/TF) were the laggard but gave us a nice 4-point drop already (+$200), which is enough to…
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Monday Meltdown – Emergency Measure in China, Greece Who?


It's a skill or cleverness in deceiving others, usually by hand and who know what invisible hand is playing cups and balls with Global Economies these days?  We are simply lurching from crisis to crisis this summer in a state of constant distraction when the answer to your investing problems is really quite simple – DON'T PLAY!!!

It's a rigged game and they keep changing the rules but you don't even have access to real information – not when the Mainstream Media you rely upon for your information tells you that the Greek vote will be "close" or favors remaining in the Euro when it ends up going over 60% against – that's not even within the margin of polling error – therefore, the polls are either faulty or simply lying to you to get you to invest contrary to the true facts.

The same thing is going on in China, where EXTREME measures are being taken to prop up the market.  This weekend, IPOs have been halted in China and the PBOC announced it will provide liquidity to China Securities Finance Corp, who manage the nation's short-selling and margin trading and Central Huijin Investments (a unit of China's Sovereign Wealth Fund) began buying China ETFs to stem the outflows from their market.  

That was just today's action!  Last week we already had:  A PBOC rate cut, cut in reserve requirements, state pension funds investing in more stocks, lowering brokers fees, relaxation of margin rules allowing clients with "insufficient collateral" to hold onto their positions, bond issuances by brokers, more reduced tradijng fees, even lower margin requirements, regulators threatening to "punish" short-sellers, a meeting to discuss halting all trading in large-cap companies on ChiNext, raising the cost of Futures trading (to stop shorting), more short-selling suspensions, $19.3Bn from brokers to prop up the market and, on Saturday, 25 mutual funds jointly stated they will "actively buy stock funds and hold them for a year." 

This is EXACTLY what they mean when they say "rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic" and what stikes me about my recent conversations with investors is that they keep asking me how they should play this catatrophe which ranges, to me, from "what part of the ship
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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.  

Expectations for this report are running about 250,000 but it's how much we have…
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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!":

At $47.75, FXI should open lower this morning and we do expect China to step in with more stimulus but the Aug $45.50 puts at $1 are still a fun way to play if you don't like

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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? 

Back on May 22nd,…
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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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Zero Hedge

"Insurgents" Shell Russian Embassy In Syria After Al-Qaeda Calls For Jihad Against Russian Civilians

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

As the twin blasts that ripped through Ankara on Saturday underscore, being around large gatherings of people who are protesting (peacefully or otherwise) in public places can be dangerous if you’re in a Mid-East war zone. Large crowds make for easy targets and as we’ve seen in Turkey, at least some governments seem to believe that inflicting casualties on civilians is a legitimate tool for shaping public opinion.

With that in mind, consider that on Tuesday, “insurgents” hit the Russian embassy in Damascus as more than 300 people gathered to express their support for Moscow’s intervention in Syria. As ...

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Kimble Charting Solutions

What’s It Mean When Everyone Expects A Black Swan Event?

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

Yesterday might have seemed like a boring day, but a little known event took place that is very worthwhile.  Turns out, the CBOE SKEW Index hit an all-time high.  Here’s from the CBOE’s website says the SKEW is.  The CBOE SKEW Index (“SKEW”) is an index derived from the price of S&P 500 tail risk. Similar to VIX®, the price of S&P 500 tail risk is calculated from the prices of S&P 500 out-of-the-money options.  SKEW typically ranges from 100 to 150. In essence, the SKEW compares how much option traders are willing to pay for out-of-the money put versus call options.  When the SKEW is high (like we just saw), it says traders are willing to pay anything for the protection that ...

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Chart School

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Banks Give Up Hopes of Hikes, Plow Into Long Dated Treasuries and Mortgage-Backed Securities

Courtesy of Mish.

Banks have become convinced the Fed simply isn't going to hike. So instead of waiting any longer, large banks like Wells Fargo are plowing billions of dollars into longer dated treasuries and agencies.

Simply put, Big US Banks Lose Patience With the Fed
In the years since the crisis the banks have grown used to grappling with higher costs and subdued demand for credit, while keeping plenty of cash and cash-like instruments on hand in the hope of benefiting from an uptick in short-term rates.

But, after the decision from the US Federal Reserve to keep its target overnight rate on hold this month, more lenders are taking their cue from Wells Fargo, the biggest bank in the world by market capitalisation, said analysts. ...

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Financial Markets and Economy

Japan Futures Signal Drop Before China Data; Dollar Holds Losses (Bloomberg)

Asian equities looked set to snap the longest rally for global stocks since February, with Chinese trade figures expected to provide a catalyst for investors. The dollar was weaker following a rally in commodity-linked currencies as traders continue to bet U.S. interest-rate increases will be pushed out until 2016.

What to watch for in Intel’s earnings (Market Watch)

Intel Corp. ...

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Sector Detector: Bulls rally, but bears lurk

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

Courtesy of Sabrient Systems and Gradient Analytics

Last week, the S&P 500 put up its best week of the year, closing above key psychological levels and breaking through bearish technical resistance, with bulls largely inspired by the dovish FOMC meeting minutes. But this year’s market has been news-driven and quite difficult for traders to read. Even our fundamentals-based and quality-oriented quant models have struggled to perform. With corporate earnings season now underway, equities might take a breather at this point of the oversold rally until some clarity from key corporate bellwethers begins to take shape, particularly with respect to forward guidance. But despite severe global headwinds, there remain strong rea...

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All About Trends

Mid-Day Update

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Click here for the full report.

To learn more, sign up for David's free newsletter and receive the free report from All About Trends - "How To Outperform 90% Of Wall Street With Just $500 A Week." Tell David PSW sent you. - Ilene...

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Swing trading portfolio - week of October 12th, 2015

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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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Whitney Tilson On LL, EXACT, And Martin Shkreli


Whitney Tilson On LL, EXACT, And Martin Shkreli

Courtesy of Value Walk

1) The shares of one of my largest short positions (~3%), Exact Sciences, crashed by more than 46% yesterday. Below is the article I published this morning on SeekingAlpha, explaining why I think it’s still a great short and thus shorted more yesterday. Here’s a summary:

  • The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force’s Colorectal Cancer Screening Draft Recommendation issued yesterday is devastating for Exact Sciences’ only product, Cologuard.
  • I think this is the beginning of the end for the company.
  • My price target for the stock a year from now is $3, so I shorted more yes...

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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:

“This information statement is being ...

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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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Watch the Phil Davis Special on Money Talk on BNN TV!

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. 

Part 1 is here (discussing the macro outlook for the markets) Part 2 is here. (discussing our main trading strategies) Part 3 is here. (reviewing our pick of th...

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