Jerry Slusiewicz

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Five ETFs To Ride A Summer Recovery In Stocks

Global markets are setting up for warmer times. Prospects look especially sunny in precious metals, energy and ETFs that short the dollar.

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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back?

Nearing a key breakout point, the S&P 500 is setting up to jump another 10%. But failing to find support at that level, a slight pullback is in order.

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Pullback A Healthy Sign For Stock ETFs

The market needs a breather at this point, says strategist. He warns investors against putting too much stock in a three-week rally.

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Stock Markets Setting Up To Break Out Of Funk?

Technical indicators suggest that SPY and DIA are positioned to rise. A 25% jump might be coming as early as next week, says portfolio manager.

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Reversion To The Mean In '09?

Despite so much gloomy economic news, a review of both the market's technical and fundamental factors paints a much less dour picture.

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Four ETFs Celebrating A Merry Santa Claus Rally

Global telecom ETF stages a technical breakout on strong volume. Could ETFs focused on China, Hong Kong and SPY be far behind?

 

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In Markets Like These, Stop-Loss Orders Critical

Sticking to broad-based stock ETFs and using stop orders can control portfolio risks, says analyst.

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Bull: S&P Setting Up For 17% Rally

Charting actual price movements indicates the index is positioned to rally to at least 1,150. 

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The Technician: Consumer Staples Show Promise

While playing defense seems to make a lot of sense right now, betting on a rebounding U.S. dollar could prove a rather hasty and risky move.