This is the video recording of the March 2019 Conference Call.
On this podcast episode, we’re flipping the script a bit. I was invited to come on the DailyFX Podcast hosted by Tyler Yell last week, and I wanted to share that audio with you here today. In this conversation, we discuss the recent Chart Summit in Breckenridge, CO, how and why I started Allstarcharts.com and what trends I’m currently seeing in the market. One thing we also talked about was the benefits of journaling and writing ideas down on paper. I really enjoyed this conversation so thank you Tyler Yell and DailyFX for inviting me on. [Read more…]
A few commodity charts stick out right now, so we wanted to walk through them and update any of our related theses.
From the desk of Tom Bruni @BruniCharting
In late December I highlighted a few things from a weekend of charting that suggested improving risk appetite in Equities, one of which was a potential bottom in Crude Oil. Today I’m seeing the opposite, so I want to look at the near-term risk Crude Oil poses along with a few other things.
Chart Summit was a “Ski during the day and Chart at night” event held on February 22-23, 2019 in Breckenridge, CO. I co-hosted it with Brian Shannon and this is the video of my presentation:
The Top/Down Approach to Financial Markets using Technical Analysis [Read more…]
If there is any group out there that is feeling the frustration, it’s the gold bug community. Gold is at the same price today that it was a year ago, 5 years ago and 8 years ago. During that time frame, the S&P500 has more than doubled. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up more that 14,000 points, again more than doubling during this period.
Even U.S. Treasury Bonds made money as interest rates collapsed. The bond ETF $TLT was up over 60% before retracing some of that over the past couple of years. But still, up substantially and clearly outperforming precious metals.
You could have literally been in anything other than these commodities and made money. But from epic frustration comes secular periods for profit. I think this is what we have here: [Read more…]
Every month I host a conference call for Premium Members of Allstarcharts. By now I think you’ve noticed that we’re really increasing the content on our YouTube Channel, so I thought it would add some value to include some of the highlights from this month’s call.
It’s an hour long video call and about 150 charts, but here are a few things that stood out this month:
- A weakening US Dollar has been a positive catalyst for Stocks
- Freeport McMoRan is a good example of the types of stocks benefiting from Dollar Weakness, on both a relative and absolute basis
- London FTSE100 breaking out of a multi-decade base makes it hard to be bearish stocks from any sort of intermediate-term perspective
- Our “Dow Fab 5” is breaking out to All-time highs
- Crude Oil is beginning its next leg higher, which makes sense with stock prices rising as well
Here are the highlights: [Read more…]