TDI Podcast 85: PinPoint Charting the Next Market Move

November 30, 2008

Guest: Brian Shannon, AlphaTrends.net provides insight and direction of this ever confusing market. We review buy an sell rules along with some key tips on how to profit and limit losses. How is this market different from the 1929-1932 bloodbath? Will it continue to decline? Are we in rally mode or simply a bear market bounce? These are some of the questions answered in this episode.

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Brian Shannon founded AlphaTrends in an effort to provideĀ  unbiased technical analysis of momentum stocks or stocks that look poised for a large move in either direction. Brian is a veteran full time trader and self taught technical analyst who was previously Head of Research and Training Instructor at MarketWise.

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Market rallies and declines 2008

Stocks Discussed: (SPY) , (QQQQ), (DIG), (UYM), (AAPL) (DJIA) Archer Daniels (ADM), Caterpillar (CAT), Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A), PowerShares DB Agriculture Fund (DBA), PowerShares DB Com Indx Trckng Fund (DBC), General Motors (GM), Ford (F), Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), Sears (SHLD)

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Links and Reading for November 30th

November 30, 2008

A few of the more important reading items and links for November 30th :

Sunday Fun: Massive Technical Data Points

November 30, 2008

Resistance, support, moving averages and retracements are all common terms used in technical analysis. But often times, plotting all of the important points is a difficult task. That is why you should take a look at an interesting tool from BarChart.com.

It is like an all-in-one technical analysis source smartly contained in one picture. Below is an example of Apple (AAPL) with up to date info. You like?

Apple Bar Chart

Links and Reading for November 29th

November 29, 2008

A few of the more important reading items and links for November 29th :

Bailout Cost: $4,616,000,000,000 and rising

November 28, 2008

I originally found this colorful yet sobering chart over at Infectious Greed a day ago. He clipped it from Voltage Creative and even as there are ongoing and heated arguments over the total taxpayer money that has been committed to save the system, all agree it is a monstrous number.

The dollars in the chart have been adjusted for inflation and the comparatives are simply included to provide a vantage point to absorb the magnitude of the money that has been thrown at this mess.

Note: Bloomberg has the tally closer to $7,150,000,000,000 (rounded to closest billion)

Chart was origianlly created by Voltage Creative. Nice Work!

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