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These articles were published on Minyanville.com on 22nd April in History. Checkout how time flies, enjoy reading!

Gaming ETF Methodology?

on Apr 22, 2009 9:45 am by Adam Warner

So is there merit to this rush to rebalance the leveraged ETFs in the final few minutes of the day?Well, let's take a look at yesterday.Up top, we have the 1-minute chart in FAS. And as you can see, there's a bit of a surge in both volume and the stock right near the bell, and at about 3:10. Presumably, word "leaks" that the swaps players have to buy financials on the bell to even up -&n... Read More


Apple: Still the Only Stock That Matters?

on Apr 22, 2009 11:00 am by Adam Warner

Big report tonight from the only stock that matters. Well, not really - I guess that title would go to Citi (C) or Goldman (GS) now. But Apple (AAPL) still has that cachet. Unfortunately, it doesn't have that volatility. The following chart shows 30-day IV in yellow. And at about 50, it's virtually at a 3-month low. And that's with news pending. The issue is that a 50 volatility in AAPL overp... Read More


Earnings Reports Take Market Nowhere Fast

on Apr 22, 2009 11:10 am by Minyanville Staff

Editor's Note: This post is by Bryan McCormick, of OptionMONSTER. Yesterday was quite a day, as far as levels testing was concerned. I didn't go as far as to test down to the supports, which the index futures suggested we'd reach.Actually, the lows in the futures were never met in the cash indexes. Instead, markets opened near the session lows, well above where the futures had indicated they would... Read More


Magna Ready to Melt?

on Apr 22, 2009 11:45 am by Steve Smith

The following is an alert that just went out for our OptionSmith product. Click here for a 14-day FREE trial.I am establishing a bearish calendar-spread position in Magna International (MGA). Specifically, I sold to open 15 May $30 puts (MGAQF) at $0.95 a contract, and bought to open 15 June $30 puts (MGARF) at $2.00 a contact I would set a limit of a maximum of $1.15 net debit for the spread. As... Read More


Transportation Players Provide a Safer Route to Commodities

on Apr 22, 2013 11:00 am by Chat Reynders

China has served as the centerpiece for several investment trends in recent years. However, the region's growth rate and industrial philosophies should have been seen as red flags. Concerns abound when it comes to investors' emphasis on commodities, which hinge on China's commitment to the infrastructure boom - a phenomenon that is not sustainable in its current form. ... Read More


The Twist Mattered for Gold

on Apr 22, 2013 8:50 am by Howard L. Simons

Every business has its occupational hazards, which is something that just must be accepted. I cannot speak for all other financial commentators, but I have commiserated with enough of my colleagues to know that writing anything negative about gold invites criticism, and writing anything negative about silver invites vicious insult. Maybe this is why I have seen so many stories about gold... Read More


Gold, Interest Rates, and the Great USD Short Unwind

on Apr 22, 2013 9:42 am by Vince Foster

The financial media likes to frame the markets into simple, data-driven, cause-and-effect nonsense producing high-frequency asset allocation shifts such as risk-on/risk-off and the great rotation out of bonds and into stocks. They discuss whether money is flowing in and out of these assets and why this may be happening. Market price action is much more complicated than this elementary... Read More


Gold Could Extend Rally, Move Sharply Higher, If It Doesn't Hesitate Tuesday

on Apr 22, 2013 3:25 pm by Rod David

The following are the latest daily summaries of my ongoing intraday coverage, providing context to interpret price action. Any prices listed are for a contract's current "front month." Their direction tends to correlate with any ETFs listed for each. Today's Highlight: Gold's rally Sunday night made good on Friday's warning to bears. The 38.2% retracement back to... Read More


Big Oil Earnings to Dominate This Week

on Apr 22, 2013 11:15 am by Commodity HQ

Crude oil has been among the worst-performing commodities this year as hefty production has combined with a number of other factors to send the fossil fuel lower. That being said, a number of bellwether oil firms will be detailing their most recent quarter's earnings this week, as investors are anxious to see how lower prices have impacted bottom-line returns. Below, we outline five of the b... Read More
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