As 2012 draws to a close, veteran trader Kevin Haggerty shares his outlook for the new year amid the fiscal cliff posturing and details some recent day trading opportunities.
Recognize Key Reversal Zones and Cycle Timing Symmetry
Longtime professional trader and veteran investor Kevin Haggerty analyzes recent short-term position trades, and highlights some crucial timing periods for the near future.
Trading the Symmetry Zones
Veteran trader Kevin Haggerty is back this week with his commentary on trading key symmetry zones leading up to the holiday weekend.
Key Price Zone Symmetry
This week professional trader Kevin Haggerty highlights key price support zones following the recent presidential election, and shares his economic forecast heading into Obamas second term.
Current Market View
Kevin Haggerty is back with his analysis of some recent high probability trades as well as a look at how to identify key market reversals.
Believe 7.8% and I Have a Brooklyn Bridge You Can Buy
Longtime professional trader and veteran investor Kevin Haggerty dissects the day trading opportunities from the 1st week of October, and details a recent high probability trade of Monsanto Co.
High Probability-Low Stress Day Trading
Veteran trader Kevin Haggerty is back this week to highlight recent contracted volatility opportunities amid this period of low implied volatility.
The Bernanke Panic Gift to Obama
With the Feds announcement last week of an open-ended QE 3, veteran trader Kevin Haggerty discuss the possible effects of this action and highlights geometric triangle and Pi cycle symmetry in the markets.
Bernake Put and the House of Glass
This week professional trader Kevin Haggerty shares his insights on market behavior through the decline in volume and volatility last month, as well as his outlook on trading conditions going forward into fall.
New Highs for the Bernanke Put Market
Kevin Haggerty is back with strategies for trading the market on an intraday basis amid the announcement this week of a potential new round of quantitative easing from the Fed.
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