Professional trader Kevin Haggerty discusses current market conditions and the strategies traders can put to use in this market environment.
Veteran trader Kevin Haggerty takes a look at the relationship between seasonal tendencies in stocks and recent events around the world from the Middle East and Japan in his latest column for TradingMarkets.
The Fed’s continuing influence in the market, the USD, plus the equity and commodity markets are all among the issues Kevin Haggerty tackles in this week’s no holds barred commentary. Read more for what he sees in store for the market this week.
Kevin Haggerty says the market is extremely extended, and the Fed’s continuing efforts to manipulate the equity market is to blame. Read his commentary for more and prepare yourself for the trading week ahead.
The mid-term elections are on Tuesday and Bernanke makes a QE2 statement the following day, so there might be some “sell on the news” market action says Kevin Haggerty. Read more of his take on what to expect in the market today and in the next coming days.
Will the market continue to be manipulated by the Fed inflating asset prices? If so, it won’t be a happy ending says Kevin Haggerty. Here’s his market commentary and find out what’s in store for today’s trading.
The rally has extended longer than many thought it would. Could the Fed and central banks have something to do with it? Kevin Haggerty seems to think so but he certainly doesn’t agree with the ways the market is being distorted. Read more of his thoughts.
Since September was a historically strong month for the market, does this mean we’re heading for disaster in October? As a new month and a new quarter begins, Kevin Haggerty explores the difference between perception and reality.
The extent of this market rally has surprised even Kevin Haggerty, as the mid-term rally typically doesn’t start until the end of September. Read more of his comments and find out what to expect if the stock market is to continue its unexpected September rally.
Read Kevin Haggerty’s market recap and find out what he sees in store for the market early this week.