Stocks & Bonds: Telling Two Different Stories
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 20 June 2010 22:02
(6-20-10) Last week we saw the "shill" in US equities continue, despite the increasing strength in US Treasuries and continuing sell-offs in the key economic and industrial commodity sectors. This is obviously telling two different stories. Indeed the ever-worsening domestic economic statistics would suggest it is the equities that are wrong, that the equities are being hyped and that they are now "dramatically overbought" relative to the actual economic growth of the United States.
Insider Intelligence Subscribers Earn Record Profits
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 13 June 2010 21:23
(6-13-10) Once again, as we continue to recommend trading the US Treasury Sept. Long Bond contracts from the long side on dips, we loaded up on the Bonds and issued an emergency buy recommendation Thursday night on the re-open at 122.20. We bought the Bonds right on the re-open and sold them in Friday's day session on our standing sell order at 124.00. Subscribers report enormous profits from the trade.
Subscribers Report Record Profits in Friday's Session
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 06 June 2010 22:54
(6-6-10) As subscribers know we have been consistently recommending trading the Treasury Long Bond contract from the long side on dips. Indeed we bought the Sep. Bonds at 122.16 in Thursday's over-night trade. We took nearly 2 whole points out of the contract in Friday's massive rally, as equity prices swooned under the "Obama-Biden Selloff." We would expect the Sep. Long Bond contract to reach 126 in the coming week's trade.
The June Dollar contract which we have also been trading as a buy-the-dip trade, experienced a sharp rally on Friday, exiting the session at 88.40 The contract is now closing in on a 5 year high. We believe this contract will trade above 90 before a major Dollar correction occurs.
The June Crude Oil contract, which we had been consistently shorting between $74-75, fell back $3 in Friday's session. We were short Thursday night from 74.25 taking nearly 3 out of the contract. We believe this contract will trade down to $65 in the coming week's trade.
Euro Tensions Ease…But For How Long?
Written by Al Martin Monday, 31 May 2010 23:22
(5-31-10) On Thursday the June Long Bond contract got hit hard during the day session, closing 2 whole points, 64-32nds lower, prompting us to issue an emergency buy recommendation at 122.24 right before the second close. Indeed we were filled on our standing 10-lot buy order. We recommended that a standing sell order be then placed at 123.08, which was filled late in the ensuing evening session garnering a quick low-risk profit on the trade. With supply now out of the way, we like buying the Bonds on dip once again and feel that they are cheap relative to economic stress levels.
US Treasuries Rule: How Long?
Written by Al Martin Monday, 24 May 2010 05:43
(5-23-10) In Friday's trade, we were shorting the June Long Bond contract above 125 on our recommendation from Thursday night. Indeed the Long Bond contract had a dramatic rally on Friday up to an intra-day 126.07 high. We had shorted 4 lots at 125.00,, 125.16 and 126.00 leaving us 12 lots short of an average of 125.16, which we covered on the ensuing decline we knew was coming at 124.16, generating a $12,000 intra-day profit on our position.
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