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Larry McMillan was recently interviewed by the Market Technicians Association. Listen to the interview at http://media.mta.org/podcasts/2010-NOV09-larrymcmillan.mp3. Visit the MTA Website at http://...
The following Market Commentary is an abbreviated version of the commentary featured in The Option Strategist Newsletter.Despite good strength following the FOMC meeting, the market has to clear two...
The market is in something of a holding pattern as this is election day, 2010.  The expectations are, of course, for a Republican victory to reclaim the House, and now there is even a reasonable...
A rather large difference has developed between the two major equity-only put-call ratios.  In fact, when we look at many of the other broad-based index put-call ratios, we see similar...
The following Market Commentary is an abbreviated version of the commentary featured in The Option Strategist Newsletter. The major indices have run into resistance. For $SPX, this refers to the 1180...
The following Market Commentary is an abbreviated version of the commentary featured in The Option Strategist Newsletter. The $SPX chart is bullish, as it continues to rise and stay above its 20-day...
The following Market Commentary is an abbreviated version of the commentary featured in The Option Strategist Newsletter. The market, as measured by $SPX, broke out to upside on October 5th, and has...
The following Market Commentary is an abbreviated version of the commentary featured in The Option Strategist Newsletter.On Tuesday of this week, $SPX broke out strongly to the upside. This was a...
The following Market Commentary is an abbreviated version of the commentary featured in The Option Strategist Newsletter. First, let's review the intermediate-term indicators, for longer- term...
The following article was originally published in The Option Strategist Newsletter double issue 19:10-11 and has since been featured on MarketWatch.com. The "Presidential Cycle" is a seasonal...

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