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NFP

Feb 06, 2015Comments off

by Larry Levin   NFP is an acronym that some many non-traders don’t understand. This jumble of letters stands for Non-Farm Payroll data; otherwise known

Closed

Feb 05, 2015Comments off

by Larry Levin   On Wednesday the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) made an announcement that may surprise many who are not in the trading business;

Markets Trading Higher In Early Action

Feb 05, 2015Comments off

The U.S. equity markets are trading higher in early action, though volatility remains amid oil’s wild swings as of late, mixed global earnings and economic

What’s Wrong With QE?

Feb 04, 2015Comments off

by Larry Levin   We have every sovereign nation that can muster enough credibility to devalue its currency on a very direct path to do

Markets are Mixed on a Heavy Dose of Global...

Feb 04, 2015Comments off

The domestic equity markets are mixed in late-morning action on the heels of a heavy dose of global economic and earnings data. Meanwhile, energy stocks

A Super Sized Squeeze

Feb 02, 2015Comments off

by Larry Levin The good old-fashioned short squeeze. This most often happens in the stock or futures markets when a rapid increase in the price

Markets Mixed in Choppy Afternoon Action

Feb 02, 2015Comments off

On the heels of some disappointing manufacturing reports out of the U.S. and China, the domestic equity markets are mixed in choppy afternoon action, though

Markets Are Trading Lower

Jan 30, 2015Comments off

The domestic equity markets are trading lower in early action, with a mixed bag of corporate earnings reports being accompanied by a softer-than-expected preliminary read

A Letter To Germany

Jan 30, 2015Comments off

by Larry Levin     I know that this may sound a little odd, but I read a great article about the Greek loans from

Greece

Jan 26, 2015Comments off

by Larry Levin   Greece is back in the news again. If you recall, a few years ago whenever there was political controversy in Greece