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Posted by InTheMoneyStocks Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 03:32PM ET

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Trades Galore: The Inside Track To GDP & Fed Day Profits

Posted by Gareth Soloway Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 01:45PM ET

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Understanding The Market Sell On Strong GDP Numbers

Posted by Gareth Soloway Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 12:02PM ET

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The GDP (gross domestic product), a measure of economic growth, came in at a very strong 4% growth today. This number initially spiked the markets sharply higher, yet since the open, the markets have fallen and gone negative. Why did this happen? Just like most answers, it all comes back to the Federal Reserve. The markets are anticipating that the stronger than expected GDP number will force the Federal Reserve to curb their stimulus faster and raise interest rates quicker. The markets are very addicted to the money printing done by the Fed and low interest rates. In fact, it has been argued very strongly that the Federal Reserve stimulus known as quantitative easing has resulted in a market bubble by artificially keeping interest rates low. Should interest rates start to head higher, the bubble may burst.

 

The Federal Reserve can save the markets later today by soothing fears of higher interest rates when they announce their FOMC Statement at 2PM ET. Will they save the day once again? Stay tuned...

 

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Coach Inc Intra Day Bullish Pattern: Long Day Trade

Posted by Gareth Soloway Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 11:44AM ET

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Coach Inc (NYSE:COH) is making a bullish consolidation pattern on the intra-day chart. The key here is that the pattern is forming above the 200 moving average and is happening while the markets are reversing sharply off early gains. When this pattern forms any stock like Coach Inc and the markets are falling, it shows relative strength compared to the markets. This is even more bullish. Please note that at 2PM ET, the Federal Reserve will release a major statement.

 

 

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When Good News Becomes Bad News

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 11:43AM ET

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Earlier today, the U.S. Commerce Department reported second quarter GDP (gross domestic product) estimates of 4.0 percent. This number was much better than expected considering the last quarter GDP was reported to be minus 2.1 percent. Does this big jump in GDP now cause the Federal Reserve (the central bank who controls U.S. economic policy) to start increasing interest rates? After all, yesterday's consumer confidence number was 90.7, which was highest reading since the peak in 2007. If that comparison to the 2007 peak is not scary, I don't know what is.

 

Traders and investors should remember a quote by the legendary investor John Templeton, who stated that "bull-markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism and die on euphoria." Well, this rally has certainly grown on skepticism over the past five years. Are the markets now getting euphoric? When they do start to get euphoric you will start to see that good news will become bad news. Has that market euphoria possibly started today? Only time will tell, but it is well worth watching since the major stock indexes have tumbled from today's morning highs on probably the best news in five years. 

 

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This SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trendline Break Could Spell Massive Downside

Posted by Parm Mann Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 11:16AM ET

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To start the trading day, the market futures were up a fair amount as the second quarter GDP print came in higher than expected, a 4% increase. Everyone seemed to be rejoicing and loving this key economic data point. However, since that release the market has started to fall.
 
Why is this happening you ask?
 
Well, with the data coming in better than expected, and the economy on seemingly improved footing, the FED (which concludes its two day meeting today) will continue to taper and possibly raise rates sooner than the markets would like. So while you will hear a ton of reason why the market will bounce or fall today, I will simply be looking for a break of this very important trend line noted in the following chart of the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY). If this line does break, then that will trigger a technical chart formation called a "Head and Shoulders" pattern, and that line is considered the neckline. This pattern is bearish and telling us there is more downside to come.
 
 
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Support Levels When It Drops Like ROK (NYSE:ROK)

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 10:44AM ET

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This morning, the leading provider of industrial automation power, control, and information solutions Rockwell Automation (NYSE:ROK) is coming under sharp selling pressure. The company reported earnings that were below expectations. Traders and investors should note that Rockwell Automation (NYSE:ROK) stock has now fallen below its important 200-day moving average. The current formation puts the stock in a weak technical position on the charts. Swing traders should now watch for near term support around the $110.24 level. There will also be more support around the $104.58, and $98.90 levels should the stock decline further.

 

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Jobs, GDP, Earnings, & The Fed Make For A Wild Trading Session

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 08:58AM ET

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Option Play Soars Near 100%, Trade Level Alert, Market Action Today

Posted by Gareth Soloway Tuesday, July 29, 2014, 03:32PM ET

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Small Cap Stocks Show Investor Risk Tolerance Crumbling (NYSEARCA:IWM)

Posted by Gareth Soloway Tuesday, July 29, 2014, 01:18PM ET

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The S&P 500 is trading just under an all-time high of 2,000. The markets have had small pullbacks recently but nothing even close to a correction. While most of the media and analysts are calling for a move higher, some are starting to signal caution. The reason for caution has become apparent from various leading indicator signals that should be noted by any investor looking to be on the cutting edge of the next stock market move. First, the small cap index, the iShares Russell 2000 Index (NYSEARCA:IWM) is already down by over 5% off its all-time highs. Why is this concerning? Small caps are the highest risk area. When investors start to move out of the market they sell that sector first. Next, home builders are collapsing, down 10% from their highs. This was the leading reason for an economic recovery. The massive sell on these stocks is a major concern to economists and market analysts such as myself. These signals tell of a correction that may not be far off.

 

Analysis on the markets shows they are still resilient. It is becoming very likely we will see the stock market have one final move up. This move will close the S&P above 2,000 and the NASDAQ above 4,500. Think of this as the last gasp for a broken market. The catalyst for this move could come in the next few days as the first look at GDP will be reported Wednesday morning at 8:30am ET. Wednesday afternoon will see the FOMC Policy Statement followed by the Non Farm Payrolls Report on Friday.

 

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