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Stock Exchange: Knowing When to Walk Away

You’ve got to know when to hold ’emKnow when to fold ’emKnow when to walk awayAnd know when to runYou never count your moneyWhen you’re sittin’ at the tableThere’ll be time enough for countin’When the dealin’s done The Gambler, popularized by Kenny Rogers, 1978 The Stock Exchange is all about trading. Each week we do the following: discuss an important issue for traders;highlight several technical trading methods, including current ideas;feature advice from top traders and...

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China Regulator Instructs Companies To Delay Bad Results Until After Congress

In the U.S., equity markets have officially reached the phase in the bubble where fundamentals are almost entirely irrelevant and stocks trade up irrespective of whether company earnings are positive or negative...in technical terms you could say we're in the later stages of the BTFD phase of the economic cycle.  That said, as Bloomberg points out today, regulators in China still have to be a bit more 'creative' to quell market volatility during important national events.  As such,...

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Political Scandal Makes Pakistan EM Odd Man Out

The political scandal rocking Pakistan, where a Supreme Court investigation found evidence of possible corruption against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif,  has taken the Karachi Stock Exchange down 17.69 percent from its May high, returning almost -10 percent for the year.   This compares to the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM), which is up almost 20 percent year-to-date. The rupee took a big dive on July 5th, slumping 3.1 percent within hours,  its sharpest drop in a single day...

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Are Big Banks’ Dark Pools Behind The Run-Up In Bank Stock Prices?

Bankers have sold hundreds of millions of their own stock as the market has ripped higher post-election - more than in any year of the last decade...     Which makes us wonder - are big banks' dark pools behind the run-up in their own stocks? Submitted by Pam Martens and Russ Martens via WallStreetOnParade.com, The biggest banks on Wall Street, both foreign and domestic, have been repeatedly charged with rigging and colluding in markets from New York to London to...

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