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First, the Euro…

First, the Euro…

Christian Tharp, CMT August 19, 2010 0

As a stock market coach, I answer a lot of the more common questions: What do you think of the market? Where is gold going? Should I buy the dollar? Etc. Lately I have

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…and then there’s the Dollar

…and then there’s the Dollar

Christian Tharp, CMT August 19, 2010 0

So, then there’s the sister question I usually get when asked about the euro: What about the dollar? In contrast to the euro, the dollar had a great run from mid-March to June. But

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As rates go – update

As rates go – update

Christian Tharp, CMT August 9, 2010 0

About a week ago I wrote a Chart School article that highlighted the correlation between interest rates and the stock market, specifically the S&P 500 (see https://themeshreport.com/as-rates-go-the-rally-goes/).  For a quick review, please look at

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Driving a “wedge” between bulls & bears

Driving a “wedge” between bulls & bears

Christian Tharp, CMT August 6, 2010 0

While I was analyzing the charts of the S&P 500 and the Dow yesterday, I noticed a common price pattern know as a Wedge. It is simply a technical chart pattern composed of two

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S&P above 200-day MA: Sure thing?

S&P above 200-day MA: Sure thing?

Christian Tharp, CMT August 5, 2010 0

After last week there has been a lot of talk about the S&P 500 breaking back above its 200-day moving average (MA). On one hand, I’d agree that’s a good thing and could be

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What’s next?

What’s next?

Christian Tharp, CMT August 2, 2010 0

As you may have noticed, the past few days seem to have increased in volatility. With that, a lot of the students that I coach have wondered what the near-term direction of the market

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As rates go, the rally goes

As rates go, the rally goes

Christian Tharp, CMT July 30, 2010 0

There are plenty of correlations between the various markets. Sometimes these correlations are direct, and sometimes they are inverse relationships. Believe it or not, sometimes correlations can switch from direct to inverse. There are

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K.I.S.S.

K.I.S.S.

Christian Tharp, CMT July 23, 2010 0

Ironically enough, I’ve always been a huge fan of keeping trading as simple as possible. Many of the people I coach are somewhat stunned that I think that way considering I am such a

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