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I wanted to share another awesome testimonial that I received from a member of the SharePlanner Splash Zone. It was a crazy week in the market but we came out well on top of things, by profiting when the market was tanking and positioning ourselves for gains when the market rose higher from Wednesday onward:

Hi Ryan,

I just wanted to share my experience as a member over the past few months. While I am a CPA and may consider myself somewhat financial sophisticated, I have not been active in the market for some time. I have been trying to immerse myself in technicals and fundamentals and have subscribed (at least on a trial basis) to over 30 services over the past few months. Yours is the only service I have retained, yet in an effort to grow, I have continued to try other services from Options, to Swing and even Forex.

Perhaps from a point of pride or maybe even arrogance, I have tried to even tweak your suggestions with moving stops up or exiting early. Likely to no surprise to you, my efforts have been in vain. While you are not perfect (as you would confirm), you are clearly more right than wrong. My lesson learned is to follow your direction - to the letter, and use positions of 10% total as you subscribe. That is my commitment for 2015 and beyond.

The other point I wanted to share is while you are clearly the Captain, I feel the talent you attract in the Splash Zone also has immense value to your trading community (Cindy, Ticker, Tuco, Racerx, etc just to name a few). Further the total team spirit and willingness to share of this community is incredibly valuable. I am now ready for the Lifetime membership offer!

Keep up the good work. While you may hear this frequently, I wanted you to know you have one happy client!

 

See you in the SZ!

Gary


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Here is today's Google Hangout: Santa Claus is Coming to....Wall Street

In this video I cover the following stocks: UPRO SLB USO SBUX AAPL TSLA GOOG GPRO BABA. 

I also cover the following indices: SPX, RUT and Nasdaq

Here is this week's Google Hangout:

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Pre-market update:

  • Asian markets traded 2.0% higher.
  • European markets are trading 0.6% lower.
  • US futures are trading 0.1% higher ahead of the market open. 


Economic reports due out (all times are eastern): 
Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index (11)

Technical Outlook (SPX):

  • A second day in a row of immense buying which totals about 89 points in just two days for SPX. 
  • To say the least the Santa Claus rally has begun. 
  • There is a very good chance we see this rally push hard into the end of the year. 
  • SPX reclaimed the 10 and 20-day moving averages yesterday, and has little resistance overhead. 
  • Volume fell off a bit but was still well above average levels. 
  • SPX 30 minute chart shows a market in full breakout mode
  • T2108 (% of stocks trading above 40-day moving average) rose 24% to 46.51% and shows immense room for the market to still run into the the end of year. 
  • VIX dropped 13.6% down to 16.8. 
  • SPX very well could challenge the market for new all time highs in the week to come. 
  • The market doesn't care about the economy nor earnings. That is not what is driving it. The market only cares about what the Fed is doing to keep equities propped up. 


My Trades:

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If you are trying to figure out how to trade these crazy markets, or just looking for the best community of trades to spend your day with, and in the process get some excellent trade ideas, then sign up for a Free 7-Day Trial to the SharePlanner Splash Zone where you will be given access to the member chat room as well as receive all of my swing-trade alerts via email and text (international too). Not to mention, you can also auto-trade all my trades. If you'd like to see just how good my past performance has been over the years, you can do so by clicking here

Here's tomorrow's swing-trading watch-list:

Long Yahoo! (YHOO)

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The last two days have no doubt been huge, and it is aligning nearly perfectly with the Daily chart for the SharePlanner Reversal Indicator. 

Here is the Daily SPRI:

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Pre-market update:

  • Asian markets traded 2.0% higher.
  • European markets are trading 0.6% lower.
  • US futures are trading 0.1% higher ahead of the market open. 


Economic reports due out (all times are eastern): 
Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index (11)

Technical Outlook (SPX):

  • A second day in a row of immense buying which totals about 89 points in just two days for SPX. 
  • To say the least the Santa Claus rally has begun. 
  • There is a very good chance we see this rally push hard into the end of the year. 
  • SPX reclaimed the 10 and 20-day moving averages yesterday, and has little resistance overhead. 
  • Volume fell off a bit but was still well above average levels. 
  • SPX 30 minute chart shows a market in full breakout mode
  • T2108 (% of stocks trading above 40-day moving average) rose 24% to 46.51% and shows immense room for the market to still run into the the end of year. 
  • VIX dropped 13.6% down to 16.8. 
  • SPX very well could challenge the market for new all time highs in the week to come. 
  • The market doesn't care about the economy nor earnings. That is not what is driving it. The market only cares about what the Fed is doing to keep equities propped up. 


My Trades:

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If you are trying to figure out how to trade these crazy markets, or just looking for the best community of trades to spend your day with, and in the process get some excellent trade ideas, then sign up for a Free 7-Day Trial to the SharePlanner Splash Zone where you will be given access to the member chat room as well as receive all of my swing-trade alerts via email and text (international too). Not to mention, you can also auto-trade all my trades. If you'd like to see just how good my past performance has been over the years, you can do so by clicking here

Here's tomorrow's swing-trading watch-list:

Long Ciena Corp (CIEN)

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Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in October suggests that economic activity is expanding at a moderate pace. Labor market conditions improved further, with solid job gains and a lower unemployment rate. On balance, a range of labor market indicators suggests that underutilization of labor resources continues to diminish. Household spending is rising moderately and business fixed investment is advancing, while the recovery in the housing sector remains slow. Inflation has continued to run below the Committee's longer-run objective, partly reflecting declines in energy prices. Market-based measures of inflation compensation have declined somewhat further; survey-based measures of longer-term inflation expectations have remained stable.

Consistent with its statutory mandate, the Committee seeks to foster maximum employment and price stability. The Committee expects that, with appropriate policy accommodation, economic activity will expand at a moderate pace, with labor market indicators moving toward levels the Committee judges consistent with its dual mandate. The Committee sees the risks to the outlook for economic activity and the labor market as nearly balanced. The Committee expects inflation to rise gradually toward 2 percent as the labor market improves further and the transitory effects of lower energy prices and other factors dissipate. The Committee continues to monitor inflation developments closely.

To support continued progress toward maximum employment and price stability, the Committee today reaffirmed its view that the current 0 to 1/4 percent target range for the federal funds rate remains appropriate. In determining how long to maintain this target range, the Committee will assess progress--both realized and expected--toward its objectives of maximum employment and 2 percent inflation. This assessment will take into account a wide range of information, including measures of labor market conditions, indicators of inflation pressures and inflation expectations, and readings on financial developments. Based on its current assessment, the Committee judges that it can be patient in beginning to normalize the stance of monetary policy. The Committee sees this guidance as consistent with its previous statement that it likely will be appropriate to maintain the 0 to 1/4 percent target range for the federal funds rate for a considerable time following the end of its asset purchase program in October, especially if projected inflation continues to run below the Committee's 2 percent longer-run goal, and provided that longer-term inflation expectations remain well anchored. However, if incoming information indicates faster progress toward the Committee's employment and inflation objectives than the Committee now expects, then increases in the target range for the federal funds rate are likely to occur sooner than currently anticipated. Conversely, if progress proves slower than expected, then increases in the target range are likely to occur later than currently anticipated.

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Pre-market update:

  • Asian markets traded flat.
  • European markets are trading 0.9% lower.
  • US futures are trading 0.3% lower ahead of the market open. 


Economic reports due out (all times are eastern): 
MBA Purchase Applications (7), Consumer Price Index (8:30), Current Account (8:30), EIA Petroleum Status Report (10:30), FOMC Meeting Announcement (2), FOMC Forecasts (2), Yellen Speaks (2:30)

Technical Outlook (SPX):

  • SPX cotninued another heavy day of selling for the sixth time in the last 7 trading sessions. 
  • Some support rests at 1953. 
  • Stochastics show extreme oversold conditions. 
  • We are at a point where you can expect a dead cat bounce that can last 2-3 days. 
  • T2108 dropped another 9.6% down to 26.86 yesterday (% of stocks trading above 40-day moving average). 
  • VIX rose 15.4% to 23.57. 
  • SPX 30-minute chart head-faked traders when it broke 2002 and put in a higher high, only to immediately retrace those gains. 
  • USO had an extreme volume reading which can often times mark a significant bottom on a downtrend. 
  • FOMC Statement today, so be prepared for increased volatility, as the markets will look to Yellen for some kind of confirmation of continued dovishness. 
  • The market doesn't care about the economy nor earnings. That is not what is driving it. The market only cares about what the Fed is doing to keep equities propped up. 


My Trades:

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Here is this week's list of short setups:

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