Good morning Traders,

Friday’s price pattern was a bearish evening star, but we have earnings from
a FANG stock so anything goes today.  Let’s take a look at a 1-3 month
expectations for the Nyse and Nasdaq and then analyze the Nh/Nl data:

Nadsaq 1 month

nyse one month

Nasdaq 3 month

Nyse 3 month

As they say, life is like a box of chocolate and you never know what you’re
going to get.  No one can predict the future, but we use the past to keep
our expectations in check.  When indicators get to these levels, markets
are expected to be flat or lower and more so on a one month basis.  If we
remain in a bull market (as evidenced below) on a 3 month basis, there is rarely
a bad time to buy!

Nasdaq Net New Highs New Lows

Nyse New Highs New Lows

We moved the above two indicators back to 2011, to capture the two most
bearish moves from 2011 and August 2015, January 2016.  These make some of
the best long term buy points – but they’re far and few between.  I do
expect something similar this year as the 2009 Bull Market turns over.

With the Net New Highs/lows at a peak, as the line moves lower, it’s
important to understand that we’re still seeing break outs – just fewer and
these are more likely to collapse and retreat back into the base (from a stock
basis).  In a normal / neutral market, the lines should move on both sides
of the scale.  And in a bear market, for the most part, these lines will
remain below zero.  It takes moves like that to make me more bullish – as
I’m currently bearish and can only see minimal upside and maximum potential
downside for the future.  We remain Short on this retest of the previous
highs on the Qs and are looking for a 3-11% move lower from here.

That means we’ll be out with our top 500 covered calls and top stock PUT
options soon as we get more confirmation of a bearish move.

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The Bond market is the driver of the stock market, given that the size of the bond market dwarfs that of the stock market. So when the stock market rallies, and the percentage of pension funds with stock and bond ratios needs to be adjusted. And given the recent Trump rally, and bonds selling off, stocks will need to be sold to purchase bonds. It’s that simple.

For 2016, the big issue is the sell off in Bonds.  The Qs (what we specifically trade for alpha and beta) have not participated in this rally, given the strength in the dollar (not pictured here).  So look for a traditional sell in the new year – whether it starts on 1/2 or it starts on mid January (which happens periodically).

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Good morning Traders,
 
Back in 2005, Mark McMillan joined us writing an ETF Trading Service.  The service comes with access to his personal chat room.  For the past two years, we’ve closed the service to new subscribers, but as he approaches his 10 year anniversary with us this June, we’re opening it back up to let new subscribers in.  One of the reasons is that we see a significant correction developing in the markets – and we want to make our most experienced advisors available to you to help you through it.  This condition doesn’t happen all that often in history, and I’ll walk through it below. 
 
 
So what do we see?
 
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In this first chart, we see a LPPL Curve of the DOW JONES approaching the 1929 top.   This Log Periodic Power Law curve is a formulation that fits when you get a series of higher highs and higher lows and cycles and depth diminishing in time. 
 
Here’s the DOW JONES approaching the 2008 top:
 
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This pattern repeats again in the DOW approaching the 2008 top.  It’s repeated before most crashes and bubbles going back to the beginning of markets. 
 
So what does it mean for us?
 
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The above chart shows the rapid climb in the USD index.  But it also shows the QQQs (Nasdaq 100) since the 2009 stock market bottom.  And you guessed it, a perfect LPPL structure.  This doesn’t bode well for financial markets.  But the question is always WHEN will the bubble burst?
 
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We’re always looking for signs of things breaking down in the economy.  With Jobs, they’re always bullish at a top.  As a divergence develops, it can lead or confirm a bearish move in the markets.
 
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Above we see a component of sentiment in the market – and an uptick in uncertainty.  This condition normally exists before corrections.  Corrections come about because Imitation is a big driver in the market.  We’ll have more on that later…
 
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And our last chart above shows the ECRI data – the uptick is bullish for the markets and part of our mid term call for a final thrust higher into April/May and then for things to get ugly…
 
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Good morning Traders,
 
For this weeks update, we’ll leave you in the extremely capable hands of our option strategist, Gregory Clay.  Gregory’s service continues to hit it out of the park.  If you’re not trading options for income, you should be.  You can try either of his services for only $1.  I suggest starting with the WICS – Weekly Income Credit Spreads.  In addition to his weekly income credit spreads, you’ll also get the weekly article below which Gregory uses to set up the market. 
 
 
 
January Barometer Sent Strong Negative Signal
2/1/2015 5:44:31 AM
 
Market Summary
 
Stock market action so far this year has been weak and mostly negative. This action has been fueled by plummeting oil prices, weakness overseas, confusion about the Fed’s next move and it’s bellowing about low inflation. Santa’s absence and a down January are bad omens, but they do not guarantee unmitigated market catastrophe. Lower oil and energy prices, while a drain on energy companies and the people they employ, it adds a lot of money back in the pockets of consumers to put into the economy and the stock market. Also, European quantitative easing funds are likely to find their way into the U.S. stock market where prospective returns are greater. 
 
The U.S. stock market ended a rough month this past Friday, delivering its third loss in five days and extending its declines for the year. The S&P 500 index dropped 3% in January, its worse monthly performance in a year. While the U.S. economy continued showing signs of strength, energy companies suffered from a sharp drop in oil prices and some big multinational companies saw their earnings dinged by a stronger dollar. Investors also sifted through the latest batch of corporate earnings news, and the results were mixed.
 
As we said recently “…Gold Mining stocks are blasting off to start the year and Treasury Bonds continue to move higher as they have since the beginning of last year. Equity indexes are barely breaking even and how they end up at the end of January is considered a “barometer” of how they will end the year…”
 
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A tool to help confirm the overall market trend is the Bullish Percent Index (BPI). The Bullish Index is a popular market “breadth” indicator used to gauge the internal strength/weakness of the market. It is the number of stocks in an index (or sector) that have point & figure buy signals relative to the total number of stocks that comprise the index (or sector). So essentially it is the percentage of stocks that have buy signals. Like many of the market internal indicators, it is used both to confirm a move in the market and as a non-confirmation and therefore divergence indication. If the market is strong and moving up, the BPI should also be moving higher as more and more stocks are purchased.
 
Last week we stated “…the S&P 500 BPI is breaking above its downtrend line and starting a new uptrend. The market needs to finish the month on a high note to confirm a bullish breakout…” the current chart shows the breakout failed and converted into a tight trading range. The question is whether a break out of the trading-range will be to the upside or downside.
 
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The updated chart below confirms our recent analysis is still valid “…As circled in the updated chart below the dollar, treasuries and gold remain converged at high levels. Investors are expressing doubts about the global economy and are being cautious about overindulging in the stock market. This cautiousness is leading investors to park additional funds into commodity assets…”
 
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Market Outlook
As reported by the Stock Barometer, in pre-election years, February’s performance generally improves with average returns all turning positive. NASDAQ performs best, gaining an average 2.4% in pre-election-year Februarys since 1971. Russell 2000 is second best, averaging gains of 2.1% since 1979. DJIA, S&P 500 and Russell 1000, the large-cap indices, tend to lag with average advances of around 1.0%. However, February does not have a solid track record when full-month January was negative. Going back to 1950, DJIA has declined 23 times in January, S&P 500 25 times and NASDAQ (since 1971) 15 times. Regardless of index, the following February was down more often than up and the average performance was solidly negative. 
 
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We recently commented “…Next week’s performance is considered critical as a prognosticator of the market’s expected 2015 performance. According to the Stock Trader’s Almanac January has quite a legendary reputation on Wall Street as an influx of cash from yearend bonuses and annual allocations typically propels stocks higher…January Barometer simply states that as the S&P goes in January so goes the year…The long-term record has been stupendous, an 89.1% accuracy…The market’s position on January 31 will give us a good read on the year to come…No other month can match January’s predictive prowess…”According to the Stock Barometer the January Barometer indicator is negative again for the second year in a row and 5 of the last 8 years. Since the start of the secular bear market in 2000 January has been down 7 of the last 15 years with an average loss of 1.2% on the S&P and Dow and a fractional gain of 0.1% for NASDAQ. All of the major errors have occurred in secular bears, so if we still are in a secular bear market, which we contend we are; perhaps we can find some solace in this fact. We are continually reevaluating the efficacy of the January Barometer as we do with all indicators, market cycles and seasonal patterns. But it is way too early to relegate the January Barometer to the indicator graveyard. Its 754 batting average is solid. Also of note, this is the first time since 1950 our January Indicator Trifecta has registered a down Santa Claus Rally, an up First Five Days and a down January Barometer.
Last week we said, “…Commodities continue to be the top performers in the first-quarter. Fourth-quarter revenue and earnings results have not impressed investors, which are suppressing the equity indexes…”
  
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A standard chart that we use to help confirm the overall market trend is the Momentum Factor ETF (MTUM) chart. Momentum Factor ETF is an investment that seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of U.S. large- and mid-capitalization stocks exhibiting relatively higher price momentum. This type of momentum fund is considered a reliable proxy for the general stock market trend. We prefer to use the Heikin-Ashi format to display the Momentum Factor ETF. Heikin-Ashi candlestick charts are designed to filter out volatility in an effort to better capture the true trend.
 
Last week’s Momentum Factor ETF (MTUM) chart analysis said, “…The current trend is pointing towards stock indexes moving back toward recent highs…” As noted in the updated chart below, recent upward momentum converted into a new downtrend. The most probable near-term outcome is range-bound trading with triple-digit market fluctuations.
 
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Volatility is back and may be here to stay. Expect more of it moving forward this year and beyond. As seen in the graph below, the Volatility Index (VIX) and S&P 500 Index crossed last week. The VIX ended higher as the S&P 500 had a down week. Energy companies start reporting fourth-quarter revenue and earnings numbers next week. If they disappoint it is reasonable to expect the VIX to continue higher.
 
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Our previous Total Put/Call Ratio analysis said, “…investors are worried about a market pullback and loaded up on put option contracts. The current ratio is excessively bearish and reflects money managers protecting their long positions in the event traders respond negatively to fourth-quarter earnings and revenue numbers…” Investors remain bearish and are buying more puts than calls in response to higher volatility.
 
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We have been pointing out how the American Association of Individual Investor Survey (AAII) survey continues to prove its worth as a contrarian indicator. Last week we stated, “…as retail investors drastically reduced their future bullish outlook the stock market jumped higher…” This past week you can see that as individual investors’ bullishness surged the stock market responded with a losing week.
 
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The National Association of Active Investment Managers (NAAIM) Exposure Index represents the average exposure to US Equity markets reported by association members. The green line shows the close of the S&P 500 Total Return Index on the survey date. The purple line depicts a two-week moving average of the NAAIM managers’ responses. As the name indicates, the NAAIM Exposure Index provides insight into the actual adjustments active risk managers have made to client accounts over the past two weeks. Fourth-quarter NAAIM exposure index averaged 67.77%. Last week the NAAIM exposure index was 76.23%, and the current week’s exposure is 92.62%. Last week money managers drastically increased their equity exposure on stocks that are exploding during fourth-quarter earning season.
 
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The equity market is suffering under the weight of concerns about global economic growth and mediocre fourth-quarter earnings reports. The graph below is the 30-day return for the main 10 S&P equity sectors. You can see virtually all the groups are down for the month with only Healthcare and Utility sectors barely above water.
 
Our index indicators are giving bearish readings, which is more in line with the general market trend than the occasional bullish readings such as we saw last week. The Dow has fallen into a bearish “lower highs, lower lows” chart pattern. Our internal indicators have also fallen back into more bearish modes, so options traders should continue to add bearish positions. Against the current whipsaw action, it is best to take smaller positions than you normally do, but don’t sit out completely.
 
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Good morning Traders,
 
When we last updated you, there were some happenings in the forex market.  We have a professional forex trader on our staff
here, so I’ve asked him to chime in on the issue, and discuss the impact to his trades and how he manages risk to avoid events like this.  We’ll have
that article below. 
 
As for the markets, we’re at a critical point.  Let’s take a look at our forecast for 2014 that extends into 2015 (noting the
inversion that occurred around the 7/16 top):
 
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As you can see, we’ve been looking for a sell off into 4/2.  That being said, we’re seeing blow off peaks in bonds and the
dollar.  If those reverse lower here, the model will invert again. 
 
What We Can Learn from
Swiss Franc Volatility
By: Ian
Mitchell
 
On January 15th, 2015, there was a massive move in several Swiss Franc related Forex markets between roughly 4:30am and
5:00am EST. Markets such as the USD/CHF (Dollar vs. Swiss Franc) plunged lower and erased nearly 8 months of upside price action in less than 30 minutes.
 
Several news stories were released
shortly after, stating that the Swiss National Bank had, in an ‘emergency meeting’, removed a three-year minimum exchange-rate floor on the
Swiss Franc against the Euro. What this means is that previously there was a price level that would be defended at 1.20 on the EUR/CHF (Euro vs. Swiss Franc)
market. Once this barrier was removed, the market plunged in a free-for-all for almost thirty minutes, violating this level and far
beyond.
 
Each market in Forex is a currency
‘pair’, meaning it shows the valuation of one currency against another. Along with the EUR/CHF, other pairs had enormous moves lower as
well:
  1. GBP/CHF – Pound vs. Franc
  2. AUD/CHF – Aussie vs. Franc
  3. NZD/CHF – New Zealand Dollar vs. Franc
The move lower represents a drastic
increase in the value of the Swiss Franc against other currencies, including the U.S. dollar. This is represented by the spike higher in the actual Swiss Franc
futures market.
 
Across the many online Forex forums
there were discussions of individuals having their accounts wiped out, funds going bankrupt, and certain brokers becoming insolvent because they were unable to
maintain an opposing position against their clients for such a drastic move.
 
So what does this mean from a trading
standpoint?
 
It is important to put this in
perspective. And while many, including financial media sources, are zeroing in on this event as a reason that the market is no longer
‘fair’, the reality is:
 
The vast majority of
traders are losing money all the time, regardless of what the market is doing or which market they are
trading.
 
Using this fact as the basis of our
reasoning, we can then go on to tackle other Forex related issues that have been brought up recently:
 
Question: Is it dangerous to trade a highly leveraged market like Forex?
 
Answer: This comes down to self-responsibility and knowledge. Is it dangerous to drive to
work every day? There is danger involved in driving, but that danger is very different between a responsible driver and someone driving erratically at 40 mph
above the speed limit.
 
Unlike the stock market, Forex
positions are entered using a pure margin account. Instead of buying or selling a position outright, the capital in a Forex account is used as margin for
holding a much larger, leveraged position. As a result of this, there are two ways I manage my risk on my Forex trades:
  1. Just like any other market, I am only
    risking a specific amount on each trade based on my overall capital. If I am risking $500.00 per trade, then I set my stop level and adjust my position size so
    that each of my Forex positions only risk $500.00 if the position hits my stop level.
  2. I NEVER put more than what is needed
    for margin in a Forex account. For example, let’s say I’m placing trades based on a total capital of $200,000.00.Since this is a margin
    account, I may only need to put $5,000.00 in the Forex account to cover the margin I need to hold my positions. That way, if something very drastic DOES occur
    and threatens the broker’s solvency, I am not risking my entire capital, only a small portion of it.
This is the responsible way to trade
margin accounts like Forex and futures. Unfortunately, many who were wiped out on January 15th
were violating the above two rules. They had their ENTIRE capital invested/held in a Forex account, and many were holding naked positions with no stop order to
cut their losses.
 
Those holding naked positions in any
market are asking for trouble, and are almost guaranteed to suffer large losses at some point. Without an exit strategy, an individual can end up losing all or
most of their capital in the stock market just as easily as in Forex.
 
Used responsibly,
trading leveraged positions allows you to risk far less account capital, while holding the same position size as a stock.
 
For example, using a stop level to
risk $500 in a high-priced stock position may require you to hold a $50,000.00 (per trade) position outright, whereas in Forex you can risk $500.00 on multiple
positions with only $5,000.00 in the margin/leveraged account.
 
Would you rather risk $500 on a trade
with a $50,000.00 position on a stock that suddenly plunged or gapped lower? Or would you rather risk $500 on a Forex trade with only $5,000.00 at risk total
if you were trading the Swiss Franc and it suddenly plunged lower?
 
Keep in mind we are only referring to
sudden, rare, drastic moves in a market that would affect the ability of the market to liquidate your position with your stop order.
 
Question: What about certain brokers not honoring their clients’ stop orders
during a crash?
 
Answer: Like any industry, it is important to only do business with reputable brokerages.
Later on the next day after the January 15th plunge, both Oanda and Thinkorswim (two of the
brokers that I recommend in my services) released statements saying that they would honor all of their clients’ stop orders regardless of the loss
incurred by the company. These firms are large enough to absorb the loss of such a drastic move.
 
Several posts from clients in trading
forums verified that they did in fact get their positions liquidated near their stop level, even though there was some slippage
involved.
 
Unfortunately, this was not the case
for all brokers. There were others that lacked the capital to take the other side of their clients’ trades during the plunge, and left their clients
in limbo over the U.S. holiday weekend as to the losses incurred in their accounts, and whether any of the stop orders were going to be
honored.
 
Question: So what is the benefit of Forex as opposed to
stocks?
 
Answer: Let’s look at how the Forex markets work during normal market conditions.
Forex markets are open 24 hours a day, five days a week. Additionally, because the Forex markets are so large, the weekend gaps are minimal and often
non-existent.
Compare this to your average stock
that gaps (sometimes significantly) every night between the stock market close in the afternoon and the stock market open the next
morning.
 
Example:
  1. You open a Forex position, and place a stop order that risks $500.00. Later that night
    while you are sleeping, the market runs against you. Since the market is open 24 hours, you will have your stop order liquidated exactly where you wanted, and
    only lose the $500.00 you risked.
  2. You open a stock position at $145.00 per share, and set your stop order at $140.00,
    risking $500.00 based on your position size. Overnight, a large news event (or quarterly report) drastically affects the value of your stock. You wake up to
    find the stock trading at $95.00 per share on the next morning. Guess what? Your stop order is now executed at $95.00 per share, NOT $140.00, causing a huge
    loss far beyond what you had anticipated.
 
Forex offers great benefits to those
who use it responsibly:
  • While less famous than the stock market, Forex is the largest market on the planet with
    an estimate 4 trillion dollars a day traded, compared to 85 billion when you combine all the world’s stock markets
  • Open 24 hours, five day a week – You can place or adjust trades anytime day or
    night
  • Enormous liquidity on both sides of the market – Instant fills on small or
    extremely large position sizes whether you are going long or short in the market
  • Most brokers do not charge commissions – You can open up a very small account,
    and not have it get eaten up by commissions as you would in the stock market
  • Great flexibility on position sizes – Just as an example, you can open a $100
    account and risk $5 per trade, or open a $100,000.00 account and risk $5000 per trade on the same setups
  • No price gaps during the week, and only minimal price gaps over the
    weekend
  • There are NO ‘pattern day-trader’ rules. Regardless of your account
    size, you can open or close as many positions as you want, as often as you want, with no limit.
 
Question: So what about my own Forex trading during this crash?
 
Answer: As my subscribers know, I happened to be completely flat during this event, with no
open positions. This is one of the large benefits of trading a strategy that involves quick and precise entries and exits. The odds of having a position open,
in the effected market, on the wrong side, at the exact wrong time during a massive move like this are VERY low when swing-trading my
methods.
 
The reality is that this is not the
first time a massive move like this has occurred, although it is very rare. Many of those complaining about losing money during these events are still
complaining about losing money even during quiet markets because they have yet to learn how to manage risk, manage their emotions, and develop a consistent
strategy.
 
So is Forex any more dangerous than
stocks? Remember that large market events such as the flash crash of 2010 happen in the stock market as well. There are very few people who make any money in
the stock market during their first couple years of trading. In fact, a large number new traders will wipe out their first account within the first six months
regardless of what they trade. Trading is not an easy profession, and often it is people’s own psychology in regard to money that is their biggest
obstacle, not the market itself.
 
Trade responsibly, know and manage
your risk, and when the market has a major event such as the one on January 15th, have the
patience to step aside and wait for conditions to return to normal.
 
If you have any questions about recent
market events or would like to find out more about my Forex service, please feel free to contact me or visit our website
below.
 
Ian
Mitchell
 
 
 
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not only will you get precise daily trading advice in forex, you will also get the following:
 
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  • The Forex Trader user manual – learn the system and how to best follow his daily trading advice
  • Ian’s Weekly Successful Trader Article – learn how a pro views the market and various trading concepts
 
Playing in Forex is easy:
  • There are no commissions from our select brokers so you can enter and follow along with very little capital. 
  • There is tremendous liquidity to get in and out of trades as the Forex market is much bigger than the stock market. 
  • You can trade 24/7 – it fits YOUR schedule. 
  • And Ian will show you how his system avoids events like what happened with the Swiss Franc.
 
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Performance wise, Ian’s trades had a 44% win rate and netted about $2,400 with a small portfolio.  All trades and performance
are reported in his updates.
 
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