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In The News

Showing 306 news items between August 1st 2010 and March 31st 2017.
25 November 2011

Should Retailers Fear the Market?. Investment advisors Gil Morales and Tom Belesis debate the recent market moves and whether we’re headed into a global recession.

30 November 2011

The general market has been in a “chop zone” since its plunge in early August 2011. This period of exceptionally high volatility in a directionless market means higher than normal risk. While many stocks have been decimated, gold continues to form a constructive basing pattern.
Read the full article here.

01 December 2011

After the market plunge in early August this past year, a period of heightened volatility and risk has appeared and there’s no end in sight.
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01 December 2011

Chris Kacher discusses GMCR, NFLX and ULTA.

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01 December 2011

Chris Kacher talks about the proprietary ETF trading model he uses to stay ahead of the markets and why trendless, news-driven markets like we've seen recently really put it to the test..

01 December 2011

Volatile, news-driven markets pose big risks and challenges to traders, says Chris Kacher, who discusses how to process news events, find viable opportunities, and avoid excessive risk. .

01 December 2011

Chris Kacher discusses key drivers of gold and silver prices and how he combines fundamental and technical analysis to find good trades in these very popular commodities.

14 December 2011

If you are a trend-follower, the market's volatile and choppy tendencies in 2011 have made for one of the most difficult environments for catching profitable trends...Thus, we think investors can best avoid dying the "death of a thousand cuts" by taking a slower pyramiding approach in this market so that if a trend signal proves to be false, risk is kept to a minimum.
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14 December 2011

If you are a trend-follower, the market's volatile and choppy tendencies in 2011 have made for one of the most difficult environments for catching profitable trends. In this market environment, any trend that begins to develop tends to be short-lived.
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20 December 2011

We think things will get worse before they get better. The breakdown in gold shown in the chart below is likely signaling another liquidity crunch like we had in late 2008, and we think it could bode ill for the markets in the near- to intermediate-term. In the chart below, note that gold broke down below its 200-dma in August of 2008 and stocks followed soon thereafter, in September.
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21 December 2011

Investment managers and authors Gil Morales and Chris Kacher tell how they use the head-and-shoulders pattern to identify short candidates. They also detail their method for using inverse ETFs.

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21 December 2011

Apple has been a legendary growth story in recent years, but the heyday may be over for now, says Gil Morales, who discusses technical and fundamental concerns facing the stock.

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27 December 2011

Gold to Make a 2012 Comeback? Gil Morales gives his predictions for gold prices in the New Year.

30 December 2011

Will Europe Continue to Impact U.S. Markets in 2012? Gil Morales on the factors that will affect the markets in the year ahead.

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03 January 2012

The last time gold dropped below its 200-day moving average was August 2008.
Investors have become conditioned to the effects of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing actions in 2009 up to the present, more or less, which have been observed to produce grinding liquidity-induced increases in asset prices of all stripes, including stocks and commodities.
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06 January 2012

Dr. Chris Kacher and Gil Morales discuss quantitative easing, precious metals, and the general markets as well as potential industry groups and stocks for 2012, and take calls from listeners.

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09 January 2012

Gil Morales and Dr. Chris Kacher discuss some of their predictions for 2012. Things will get worse before improving and there is a potential for another type of sell-off or at least continued choppy consolidation for the first part of the year. The breakdown in gold is likely signaling another liquidity crunch. In the Summer the market should begin to discount the 2012 election, and a new bull phase could begin. We would look for an “inflection point” for economic policies as a result of the election and new leadership. Unless the European Central Bank and the Fed come up with a major new source of QE, their forecast for the start of the year holds. In a new bull market, we would look at the social networking space to provide a fertile field of potential new leadership.

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19 January 2012

Dr. Chris Kacher talks about the Occupy Wall Street Movement, what the employment statistics really mean (or don't mean), and why the worst is yet to come and what you need to do to both build and protect your assets.

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30 January 2012

Chris Kacher is amazingly talented. He was a child piano prodigy and then worked as a scientist helping produce major breakthroughs in nuclear physics. But his passion is trading.

Like his colleague Gil Morales, Chris is a protégé of William O’Neil, the legendary investor and author of "How to Make Money in Stocks". Along with Morales, Chris is one of the few to have traded O’Neil's own funds as an in-house money manager...

Chris spoke with Your Trading Edge’s Ben Power about how he delivered his amazing returns, his raft of market research discoveries, and the influence of William O'Neil.

30 January 2012

We were joined by Dr. Chris Kacher and Gil Morales on January 30th where they educated our group on two of their strategies in trading. They will share with you their latest research on how to use pocket pivots and buyable gap ups in order separate leading stocks from the laggards.

For more details and to download a copy of the recording, go here

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