by Sam Evans, Online Trading Academy
In my article from two weeks ago, I explored some objective uses of the technical indicator, “What’s My Average?”. If you are a regular reader of this piece, you’ll know that everything we do at Online Trading Academy begins with our core strategy. While technical indicators do have a use in trading and analysis, everything must begin with understanding the nature of price and the dynamics of supply and demand. Any market speculator, who is attempting to generate consistent profits from the currency markets, needs to really be able to recognize what a picture of supply and demand looks like on a price chart before applying anything else.
Investing.com Technical Analysis (as of Thu, 28 November 2013 05:00pm EDT)
by Investing.com Staff, Investing.com
Below, technical overviews and analysis for key stock indices, commodities and currency pairs, based on market activity at the close of the 28 November 2013 U.S. session. This information is a comprehensive summary derived from simple and exponential moving averages along with key technical indicators shown for specific time intervals.
November 29th, 2013
by Jeff Pierce, Zentrader
I’ve been noticing this disconnect between oil & gas refining and marketing stocks over the past few weeks but in didn’t seem so “in my face” until tonight. I think it had to do with so few results on my screeners tonight due to my volume requirement that they stood out, but this is just odd how this sector is performing so well with crude being under pressure as of late. I won’t be placing any trades in this sector as these chart patterns don’t fit the ones I trade, but I thought I’d point it out.
November 28th, 2013
by Ari Charney, Investing Daily
An increasing number of economists, politicians and pundits have been sounding the alarm over Canada’s housing market. And while Canada’s financial system has a reputation for conservatism, we’ve been wondering ourselves how a nation of just 35 million can sustain an average home price of nearly CAD392,000 amid anemic economic growth.
Of course, homeowners have enjoyed an era of historically low interest rates, which has helped make higher prices more affordable, even if Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has tightened mortgage-lending regulations four times over the past several years.