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  • STTG Market Recap July 21, 2014
    Indexes opened quite significantly down on a number of geopolitical items (Russia, Gaza) but a steady line of buyers came in throughout the session and by the end of the day losses were minimal. The S&P 500 fell 0.23% and the NASDAQ 0.17%. There was not much going on in the economic sphere; most were discussing the issues overseas and if there will be any contagion. Original post: STTG...

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  • Mark Minervini’s Master Trader Workshop 2014 – $1000 Savings
    Last fall I attended Mark Minervini’s Master Trader Workshop in Myrtle Beach with three other StockTradingToGo subscribers. I left Myrtle Beach after a long weekend of learning inspired and educated. I also left with the realization that I still had a lot to work on to become a master trader! Time flies by, because here […] Original post: Mark Minervini’s Master Trader Workshop...

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  • STTG Market Recap July 18, 2014
    In yesterday's recap when describing the late day selloff we wrote:All the typical knee jerk reactions took place – U.S. Treasuries were bid up, oil and gold spiked, as did volatility etc. How much of this is real humans trading and how much is just computers trading with each other we will soon see.One must keep in mind how computerized the market has become. When a news event hits a lot of...

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  • STTG Market Recap July 17, 2014
    Indexes were in a light pullback mode until news hit of the Malaysian Airlines crash, which accelerated selling significantly. At the end of the day the S&P 500 fell 1.18% and the NASDAQ 1.41%. This was the biggest one day drop for the S&P 500 since early April, as most of the pullbacks this spring came in the NASDAQ not the S&P 500 or Dow Jones. All the typical knee jerk...

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  • STTG Market Recap July 16, 2014
    Indexes again gapped up at the open and then didn't do much the rest of the session. The S&P 500 gained 0.42% and the NASDAQ 0.22%. The Federal Reserve's Beige Book found the economy expanding at a modest to moderate pace, with consumer spending up in all of of the Fed's districts. No surprise there as it is inline with much of the data over the past few months. Original post: STTG Market...

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