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Our newsletter includes the daily Market Commentaries, a daily review where our team of professional analysts reveal their insight about the market - discussing its present state, as well as looking into the future.

The Market Outlook are updated daily, shortly after the market closes. We send the Commentaries directly to your email inbox, but you can also access them from our home page, which is updated by 18:30 EST every day.

Each Market Outlook consists of the following sections:

1. "Market Stage"(a discussion of long-term trends). Here we discuss trends that usually persist for more than a month. "Market Stage" can be categorized with the following clearly defined descriptors: "Uptrend, "Downtrend", "Resistance Corridor", and "Support Corridor".

2. "Market Status" (a review of mid- and short-term trends): In this section, we discuss mid- and short-term trends. While a mid-term trend is any trend that lasts between several days to several weeks, a short-term trend is one that generally persists for only a few days - in some cases merely a few hours.

"Market Status" is divided into 5 categories:

Use our daily Market Outlook as an additional trading tool. Just as soon as we seen them developing, we will inform you of any trend changes - so you can trade them and watch them unfolding.


Our daily Market Commentaries can benefit a wide range of traders:

  1. Long-term traders: Typical long-term traders make only about 5 -10 (conservative) trades per year. . Because they generally don't pay too much attention to short- and mid-term fluctuations, long-term traders need to do little quantitative analysis.
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  2. Mid-term traders: For mid-term traders, the real benefit lies in paying attention to the "Market Stage" section, although they may also benefit by consulting the "Market Status" section. While "Market Stage" is highly beneficial for gaining an understanding of the general long-term market trend, "Market Status" anticipates the market's direction over the coming days and weeks.
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  3. Short-term traders: Even short-term traders can benefit from the Commentaries. We suggest short-term traders concentrate mainly on the "Market Status" section. Here we outline the market's direction over the coming days. We also suggest that short-term traders use other indicators in conjunction with our Commentaries, so that they can keep abreast of market action hour by hour.
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  4. For all types of traders:
    Many traders simply use our daily Market Outlook as an additional trading tool  an extra indicator that can further reduce their trading risk.More...

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See below what we told
and what happened on the next trading day:

DateConfirmationS&P 500
(^SPX)
DJI
(^DJI)
Russell 2000
(^RUT)
Nasdaq 100
(^NDX)
10/17/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "5-day charts (1 bar = 5 minutes) with a 20-period SBV are showing advancing SBV oscillator readings at session's end. Positive money flow on this chart would suggest the possibility of positive trading tomorrow after the market open" - Today, the major indexes advanced.1.30%1.68%-0.33%1.33%
10/16/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "Overall sentiment for tomorrow is considered Bullish." - the Russell 2000 advanced today while the S&P 500 ended session flat, the DJI and Nasdaq 100 were in red.-0.01%-0.21%1.22%-0.55%
10/15/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "30-day charts (1 bar = 30 minutes) with a 13-period SBV are showing flat SBV with readings that are at negative levels which would favor bears. Furthermore, it is difficult to consider 5-day charts' outlook as strong signals" - Today, the major indexes declined.-0.81%-1.08%1.07%-0.64%
10/14/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "It is worth mentioning about strong bearish volume at the end of today's trading session. It could be a sign we are close to a bounce up." - Today, the major indexes had a modest advance.0.16%-0.02%1.14%0.06%
10/13/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "5-day charts (1 bar = 5 minutes) with a 20-period SBV are showing declining SBV oscillator readings at session's end. Negative money flow on this chart would suggest the possibility of negative trading on Monday after the market open. 15-day charts (1 bar = 15 minutes) with a SBV(16) and 30-day charts (1 bar = 30 minutes) with a SBV(13) are showing negative money flow (declining SBV) as well. Overall, these charts are in favor of the bears." - Today, the major indexes moved lower.-1.64%-1.35%-0.38%-1.62%
10/10/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "Overall, these charts are in favor of the bears. " - Today, the market slid strongly.-1.15%-0.70%-1.36%-2.48%
10/09/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "...there are good odds that as a response to the today's afternoon strong bullish volume surge we may see negative trading tomorrow." --2.05%-1.95%-2.66%-1.78%
10/08/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "despite strongly bearish outlook on intraday charts, we would consider tomorrow's outlook only slightly in the favor of the Bears as we would expect to see halting of 2-day decline with possibility of a bounce up." - Today, the major indexes closed strongly green after an initial trading in red.1.74%1.64%1.94%2.08%
10/07/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "5-day charts (1 bar = 5 minutes) with a 20-period SBV are showing declining SBV oscillator readings at session's end. Negative money flow on this chart would suggest the possibility of negative trading tomorrow after the market open. 30-day charts (1 bar = 30 minutes) with a 13-period SBV are showing flat SBV readings at this moment. This would suggest uncertain sentiment on this charts. " - Today, the major indexes lost ground.-1.53%-1.62%-1.68%-1.44%
10/06/2014In previous short-term outlook, we had suggested: "5-day charts (1 bar = 5 minutes) with a 20-period SBV are showing declining SBV oscillator readings at session's end. Negative money flow on this chart would suggest the possibility of negative trading on Monday after the market open. 15-day charts (1 bar = 15 minutes) with a SBV(16) are showing negative money flow (declining SBV) as well, thus confirming 5-day chart's outlook. 30-day charts (1 bar = 30 minutes) with a 13-period SBV are showing declining SBV, however, SBV readings are at high, positive levels on these charts by suggesting that, even if we see negative trading at the market open, it could be short-lived unless we see stronger SBV decline on the 30-day charts." - Today, the major indexes moved lower.-0.14%-0.09%-0.90%-0.27%

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