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Thursday, 27 April 2017

netflix chart technical analysis - netflix chart technical analysis


netflix chart technical analysis

"netflix chart technical analysis" 

in the news netflix chart technical analysis? What this all about..... See below. 

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Sentiment Trader shows our latest netflix chart technical analysis below.  

Wednesday's pullback in Netflix should have investors scrambling to buy the stock.

Netflix shares did dip less than 1 percent in early Wednesday trading, its first down day in the past five.

Once this chart breaks out, it might be smart to buy dips, as the rectangle channel has now broken out. 

The first thing is we can note is that the consolidation that lasted through feb, march, april, has now been cut to the upside, so The "bottom" of that rally was $110, with the top of the rally at around $142, a $32 could be a move forward in the right direction! Here is the chart. This is quite interesting. 




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Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Stock market to melt up in 2017


Stock market to melt up in 2017  

"Stock market to melt up in 2017  

in the news Stock market to melt up in 2017? What this all about..... See below. 

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A group of astute analysts say that stocks and commodities could melt up in 2017. And if that was to occur it could lead to a meltdown in 2018. The current melt up started in about 2015 back at the start of February, and they do expect there to be a bit of a correct before we see another leg up higher. 

They do explain that the stock market right now is in what could be called a eighth innings of a nine innings move. This can be lethal, and leave investors behind, but it can also create panic and a bit rounding top pattern latter on. 

There really is not reason to panic just yet, but this bull market seems to just keep chugging along without a care in the world. The reason melt up continues is that you get lots of novice investors who decide they are going to miss out and hop in, like lemmings one after the other. 

There could be some choppy periods in the meantime. BofA's year-end target for the S&P 500 is 2,300. It was just 30 points below that Monday.

It could be very rough and treacherous waters when Donald trump gets into the whitehouse. NO one knows what he is going to do. You have a businessman, who has never been in politics or the whitehouse running a country. That thought has investors very panicked and slightly on edge. 

The positive sign to that coin is that he is going to fix real estate, after the sub prime mess, and he is going to boost fiscal spending and pump money into infrastructure and jobs. All the while he is going to keep the cheap jobs out of America. Will that work? We do not know, but we will soon find out. That is probably going to be a positive for companies on the U.S. shore. And if that is going to be positive for them, and earnings go up, that means the stock market is likely to go up alongside it. 

A lot of the bigger hedges funds that did well in 2016 are positioned for the market to go up to new highs. Yet, the main concern with their constituents is that the stock market at the end of 2016, when trump won the elections, went up too high and too fast. 

As soon as trump gets in, we will find out if he wants to play with the big boys, or just cry and tweet all day long. At the end of the day, investors like the notion of a TRUMP led country, especially those in the financial and loans industries. If that can get the boost they need, that will only start to spill over into other areas, and be quite modest for investors and the stock market. 




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Sunday, 23 April 2017

North Korea says it's poised to strike US aircraft carrier - North Korea says it's poised to strike US aircraft carrier


North Korea says it's poised to strike US aircraft carrier

"North Korea says it's poised to strike US aircraft carrier" 

in the news North Korea says it's poised to strike US aircraft carrier? What this all about..... See below. 

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Sentiment Trader saw on Sunday north korea was ready to sink a U.S. aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might, as two Japanese navy ships joined a U.S. carrier group for exercises in the western Pacific.

U.S. President Donald Trump ordered the USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group to sail to waters off the Korean peninsula in response to rising tension over the North's nuclear and missile tests, and its threats to attack the United States and its Asian allies.

The United States has not specified where the carrier strike group is as it approaches the area. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday it would arrive "within days" but gave no other details.

North Korea remained defiant.

North Korea says it's poised to strike US aircraft carrier
North Korea says it's poised to strike US aircraft carrier


"Our revolutionary forces are combat-ready to sink a U.S. nuclear powered aircraft carrier with a single strike," the Rodong Sinmun, the newspaper of the North's ruling Workers' Party, said in a commentary.

The paper likened the aircraft carrier to a "gross animal" and said a strike on it would be "an actual example to show our military's force."

The commentary was carried on page three of the newspaper, after a two-page feature about leader Kim Jong Un inspecting a pig farm.

North Korea will mark the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its Korean People's Army on Tuesday. It has in the past marked important anniversaries with tests of its weapons. North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests, two of them last year, and is working to develop nuclear-tipped missiles that can reach the United States.

It has also carried out a series of ballistic missile tests in defiance of United Nations sanctions.



North Korea's growing nuclear and missile threat is perhaps the most serious security challenge confronting Trump. He has vowed to prevent the North from being able to hit the United States with a nuclear missile and has said all options are on the table, including a military strike.

North Korea says its nuclear program is for self-defense and has warned the United States of a nuclear attack in response to any aggression. It has also threatened to lay waste to South Korea and Japan.

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Friday North Korea's recent statements were provocative but had proven to be hollow in the past and should not be trusted.

"We've all come to hear their words repeatedly, their word has not proven honest," Mattis told a news conference in Tel Aviv, before the latest threat to the aircraft carrier. Japan's show of naval force reflects growing concern that North Korea could strike it with nuclear or chemical warheads.

Some Japanese ruling party lawmakers are urging Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to acquire strike weapons that could hit North Korean missile forces before any imminent attack. Japan's navy, which is mostly a destroyer fleet, is the second largest in Asia after China's.

The two Japanese warships, the Samidare and Ashigara, left western Japan on Friday to join the Carl Vinson and will "practice a variety of tactics" with the U.S. strike group, the Japan Maritime Self Defence Force said in a statement.

The Japanese force did not specify where the exercises were taking place but by Sunday the destroyers could have reached an area 2,500 km (1,500 miles) south of Japan, which would be waters east of the Philippines.

From there, it could take three days to reach waters off the Korean peninsula. Japan's ships would accompany the Carl Vinson north at least into the East China Sea, a source with knowledge of the plan said.

U.S. and South Korean officials have been saying for weeks that the North could soon stage another nuclear test, something the United States, China and others have warned against. South Korea has put is forces on heightened alert.

China, North Korea's sole major ally which nevertheless opposes Pyongyang's weapons programmes and belligerence, has appealed for calm. The United States has called on China to do more to help defuse the tension.

Last Thursday, Trump praised Chinese efforts to rein in "the menace of North Korea", after North Korean state media warned the United States of a "super-mighty preemptive strike.



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