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Trade view / 9 minutes agoShort termI have been watching this stock for a while, and finally it managed to break higher, which from a medium-term perspective might set up for an interesting earnings release after trading hours on Wednesday, as I would expect further strength in the short term as well.Read the Trade View
Saxo TV / 17 minutes ago
Berger: Searching for Google’s next moveSerge BergerSerge Berger, better known as The Steady Trader, is seeing technical signals that Google's stock could be preparing to break out of its 14 month long consolidation period. The company's stock gained 3% on Friday following the gains in the broader tech sector.
Article / 46 minutes ago
Saxo Trade Navigator: Monday, April 27April 27, 2015: The Saxo Trade Navigator provides you with daily technical insight into a wide array of major instruments, ranging from FX to equities, commodities and bonds. With a host of various technical indicators such as pivot points, RSI and moving averages, the Saxo Trade Navigator can be used to spot daily trade ideasRead the article
Squawk / 53 minutes agoEuroSTOXX 50 Future Holds Firm; Bull Bias Intact
A resilient tone to end last week leaves an upside bias to a further consolidation theme to start this week.
Moreover, whilst above 3544, we see a still bullish theme for late April/ early May.
For Today: We see a neutral tone between 3606 and 3681 (with a positive bias)
Break above 3680/81 aims 3694, which we would look to try to cap.
Break below 3606 aims for 3592/91, which we would look to try to hold.
Short-term Outlook - Upside Risks:
We see a bigger picture positive tone with the late April threat back to the April cycle high at 3769.
The bullish risk is then for Fibo extension levels now at 3777 and 3835.
Above here the threat is still higher for a key swing high from 2008 at 3879.
What Changes This? Through 3544 signals a neutral tone, only shifting negative below 3457.
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Article / 55 minutes ago
Market Open: US services PMI, Greece in spotlightEuropean markets are expected to open mixed on Monday. Market participants will focus on the ECB’s announcement of details of its asset purchases later today. Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission vice president, warned that the EC plans to lower its growth forecast for Greece this year. On Friday, Eurozone finance ministers said that Greece would not get additional aid until it agrees to a complete reform plan. Across the Atlantic, US Markit services purchasing managers’ index data will attract market attention.Read the article
Article / 1 hour ago
3 Numbers: Make or break for UK, US Services PMI, US Dallas Fed IndexToday's CBI Industrial Trends data will reveal the state of UK manufacturing in the context of pre-election uncertainty. On the other side of the Atlantic, the US services sector PMI should provide a reliable gauge of broad macro trends at the start of Q2. Meanwhile there are fears that the Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey will move US manufacturing another notch lower.Read the article
Article / Yesterday at 23:46 GMT
KVP's Macro Take: Two weeks high octane! US Q1 GDP & NFP, RBNZ, RBAThe next two weeks will see some of the most potent events of the first half of the year. Wednesday April 29 sees the Fed meeting and 1Q US GDP, Thursday is RBNZ, with the following on Tuesday May 5 and Friday May 8: RBA and US Non-farm payrolls. Once again, with an RBA cut imminent and the Fed set to hike in 2H, the AUD above 0.7750 is a screaming short, as you have catalysts on both sides of the crossRead the article
Article / Friday at 16:51 GMT
Market Close: Greece talks heat upUK stocks ended in positive territory, led by a rise in mining sector stocks, while European markets ended higher, amid a slew of upbeat corporate earnings. Separately, finance ministers in the Eurozone warned Greece that further bailout funds would not be provided until the country accepts bailout reforms. Across the Atlantic, stocks are trading in the green, buoyed by a robust batch of company earnings.Read the article
Trade view / Friday at 15:22 GMTShort term
Update: Starbucks Bull Call spreadOn April 10, I wrote about a post-split strategy on Starbucks. The price is well above the bull call spread of 46.25/47.5 and now we just need to "let the paint dry" and collect on the time decay for a maximum gain of $0.45 a contract.Read the Trade View
Trade view / Friday at 14:08 GMTShort term
Update: Take profit on GOOG calendar spreadAfter its Q1 earnings report, shares of Google have opened this morning near $570 which although not ideal still provide us with 28% ROI.Read the Trade View