Stephen Suttmeier made a pretty interesting commentary regarding the NYSE chart. After we found this on Josh Brown’s website, we wanted to share it with you! Recently, the focus on many investors, and many market-related news articles, have been about the NASDAQ and how it reached 5,000. Don’t get me wrong, that’s a great thing,… [Read More] Keep Your Eyes On the RIGHT Chart!
Have you ever wanted to know whether a stock traded on the NASDAQ or New York Stock Exchange? There’s a simple way to determine which exchange a stock trades on. While it’s not always correct, more often than not you can tell which exchange a stock belongs to by looking at its ticker symbol.… [Read More] Fast Way to Tell If a Stock is NASDAQ or NYSE Listed
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/Stock_Exchanges_Podcast_June_2014.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSIt’s often taken for granted by those familiar with the stock market, but plenty of people don’t know the difference between the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ. There are several, key physical and financial differences in these exchanges that everybody should know. Tom and Brendan discuss these differences and more… [Read More] Differences Between the NYSE and NASDAQ
We’ve been saying for months to avoid real estate, financial, insurance, banking, and brokers. This past week, all of these sectors were taken behind the woodshed and slapped silly again. See, when you add up all of these sectors, we’re talking about a group that represents almost 1/3 of the S&P 500. So, of course… [Read More] Relative Strength : Citi Bank Under $10 per share?
A “buy signal” occurs when there is demand for a stock. You know from Economics 101, anything in demand will see its’ price rise. The “Bullish Percent” is a way to count all of the buy signals. That tells us the *percentage* of stocks that are currently on buy signals. This is really important, because… [Read More] How does Bullish Percent Measure Risk in the Market?
No wonder many people have lousy opinions of Wall Street folks. Read on: Written in Barron’s March 5, 2007 issue, Bill Alpert noted that nearly 20% of “Analyst Recommendations” over a ten year period from 1993-2002 were changed — after the fact. Twenty Percent! As a result of the changes, the recommendations seemed to be… [Read More] Re-writing History on Wall Street