Our good friends at Auerbach & Grayson are out with a storm warning for stocks and other risky assets in the first quarter. The dollar, on the other hand, is in a strong primary bull trend that should see significantly higher valuations in the months ahead, according to Richard Ross, A&G's global technical strategist. Click […] Read More
A minor downtrend from Sunday's 29.795 high pointed to at least 29.370, but if that Hidden Pivot gives way easily we should brace for more selling down to the 29.170 target of the pattern shown. Alternatively, bulls would need to push this vehicle to 29.870 today to send the bad guys diving for cover. All […] Read More
Trading has begun Sunday evening with a likely head fake (aka bull trap), since the initial, distributive rally could not get past the look-to-the-leftish peak at 1611.40 (see inset). Buyers could turn things around by exceeding that peak before dawn, but we should set the bar a little higher, above the peak at 1620.80, just […] Read More
We own four January 134 calls @ 0.34. Continue to offer eight January 137 calls short against them for 0.36. Flat holiday retail sales and sinking hopes for financial Europe are turning this play into a longshot bet. However, it's always possible that Wall Street's best and brightest, fueled by hysterical short-covering at the start […] Read More
We are long a single contract with a cost basis of 1156.00. The 17-point drop from Friday's high missed our 1207.75 stop-loss by two ticks, but be prepared to exit on that number Sunday night. That would give us a gain worth a little more than $2500 on paper. ______ UPDATE (7:29 p.m. EST): The […] Read More
Does the chart below of the Dow Industrial Average make you feel bullish? Bearish? Neutral? We’re not sure ourselves. Although we’ve been using technical analysis for nearly 40 years, the chart doesn’t speak to us. At best, it leaves us with only a moderately bullish bias for the near term -- and a vague feeling […] Read More
Stocks and bullion were soft Sunday night in turgid action, so I've emphasized mildly bearish possibilities in my touts for index futures and bullion […] Read More
The laser-like accuracy of Rick Ackerman’s forecasts is well known in the trading world, where his Hidden Pivot Method has achieved cult status. Rick’s proprietary trading/forecasting system is easy to learn, probably because he majored in English, not rocket science. Just one simple but powerful trick -- managing the risk of an ongoing trade with stop-losses based on ‘impulse legs’ – can be grasped in three minutes and put to profitable use immediately. Quite a few of his students will tell you that using ‘impulsive stops’ has paid for the course many times over.
Another secret Rick will share with you, “camouflage trading,” takes more time to master, but once you get the hang of it trading will never be the same. The technique entails identifying ultra-low-risk trade set-ups on, say, the one-minute bar chart, and then initiating trades in places where competition tends to be thin.
Most important of all, Rick will teach you how to develop market instincts (aka “horse sense”) by observing the markets each day from the fixed vantage point that only a rigorously disciplined trading system can provide.
The three-hour Hidden Pivot Course is offered live each month. If it’s more convenient, you can take it in recorded form at your leisure, as many times as you like. The course fee includes “live” trading sessions (as opposed to hypothetical ‘chalk-talk’) every Wednesday morning, access to hundreds of recorded hours of tutorial sessions, and access to an online library that will help you achieve black-belt mastery of Hidden Pivot trading techniques.
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