Category Archives: Markets

Discuss trading and the market on the TradeHigher Discord server. Context The key numbers this year are 2694.97: 2017 high 2673.61: 2017 close 2872.87: Jan high, 199.26 (7.45%) over 2017 close Our current uptrend started 4/2 from 2553.41. Our 2016 … Continue reading

  • Posted on 29. July 2018
  • Written by Erik
  • Categories: Markets
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It already had its breakout when it broke over its 2011 high earlier this year.  With only one day left, May is likely to be the first month to not of dipped below it.  This is not to say it … Continue reading

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Yet another beautiful chart screaming it wants to break to new ATHs, AMZN just barely trails AKAM to take 3rd place in SKYY holdings. Just look at the chart.  It speaks for itself.  Good luck getting entry below.  Could take … Continue reading

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Just barely edging AMZN for 2nd place in SKYY holdings, AKAM, like NFLX, has an impressive 2018 chart. Unable to complete a gap fill of its December gap, AKAM has continued its journey higher, pressing to break to test its … Continue reading

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Netflix is the #1 holding in SKYY, and definitely one of its strongest components.  Last week I identified it was on the verge of a breakout.  And, sure enough, it broke out the next day.  You don’t need anything other … Continue reading

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The ETF, SKYY, has some real winners among its 31 holdings, including NFLX and AMZN.  While /ES is down 1.1%, and SKYY is down 0.77% today, NFLX and AMZN are both up today.  NFLX even hit a new all time … Continue reading

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This is how you get 10 pointers

  • Posted on 27. October 2016
  • Written by Sto
  • Categories: Markets
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Follow the colored lines !!            

  • Posted on 26. October 2016
  • Written by Sto
  • Categories: Markets
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  • Posted on 20. September 2016
  • Written by Sto
  • Categories: Markets
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What’s Driving Gold: The Fed, Brexit, or Market Sentiment? — Part 4: Gold’s Close-Knit Relationship with the US Dollar

  • Posted on 26. July 2016
  • Written by Liz Dretzka
  • Categories: Markets
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