Why is Kevin Haggerty suggesting traders take the high probability trades? Find out more in his straightforward technical commentary of the stock market.
Despite all of the volatility due to the Euro sovereign debt mess, here’s Kevin Haggerty’s technical update on where the markets are and what’s likely to come.
As the flight of capital from the Euro zone intensifies, the U.S. equity market could be an unsuspecting beneficiary, but Kevin Haggerty warns that in the meantime it is just the U.S. Dollar, Gold, and Treasuries that are the “safe haven” for this capital. Read his commentary to see what else is in store for the market.
Markets experienced another meltdown, but for day traders that understand how and when to trade extended volatility, it was a bonus day says Kevin Haggerty – and it’s obvious why.
Despite Europe’s sovereign debt problems and the market’s daily knee jerk reaction to each bit of news for the last 3 weeks, Kevin Haggerty expects the SPX to trade back above 1200 by Labor Day. Find out more in today’s commentary.
Stocks ended in a slump last week, but surged on Monday after European Union officials approved plans to bail out Greece. Is the market on it’s way back? Here’s Kevin Haggerty’s take.
Worries over the oil spill off the Gulf of Mexico weighed heavily on oil futures last week. But Kevin Haggerty saw it as a bonus for day traders. Read his commentary to find out why.
This isn’t a Buy and Hold market, says Kevin Haggerty. So you must have a plan to reduce your equity allocations. Read more of his commentary on the best portfolio mix for these times.
The Fed was quick to try and jaw bone the rising interest rate fear as it gave us another one of the “keep rates low for an extended period of time” statements. And what of the sovereign debt crisis in Europe? Will the U.S. be next? See Kevin Haggerty’s commentary.
Will the market peak in 2010? Kevin Haggerty thinks so. As the year comes to a close today, read his take on what to expect in 2010.