Immediately after our market timing model shifted out of “Buy” mode (just one day before the Nov. 7 sell-off), we changed our focus from buying leading individual stocks to trading ETFs with a low correlation to the direction of the broad market (commodities, currencies, fixed-income, etc). While our most profitable momentum trades in healthy bull […]

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In July 2013, we bought a breakout in US Silica Holdings ($SLCA). Three months later, we sold the stock for an average share price gain of 43%. In this educational trading strategy article, we use six annotated stock charts to walk you through the entire trade from beginning to end. Upon finishing the article, you will […]

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We’ve begun seeing a bit of sector rotation lately, with leading stocks and sectors cooling off and formerly lagging industries seeing a bit of buying interest. Institutional sector rotation is common in bull markets, and the rotation of funds from one industry to another enables broad-based uptrends to remain intact, even when certain sectors are […]

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Yesterday’s (October 8) selloff was broad-based and ugly, with just about every industry sector getting hit hard (utilities were an exception). The NASDAQ Composite ($COMP) and small-cap Russell 2000 Index ($RUT), the leading market averages in recent months, were hit the hardest with losses of -2.0% and -1.7% respectively. The NASDAQ is now the only […]

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