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While the U.S. economy is still strong with good GDP and unemployment, fear has emerged. It doesn’t matter that earnings have been good, or that the Fed stayed put with rates, or even that there’s potential peace in Korea. None of that matters right now. Fear is back in a big way.

But the last thing you want to do is panic in the market. That’s the worst thing you can do. Instead, remain calm and take note of the suggestions made several weeks ago.

Lee Gettess provides the next segment with his regular video newsletter explaining his market expectations for the coming week.

This week we feature Chris Verhaegh. Chris talks about directional and non-directional trading strategies.

Last, Andy Chambers covers his Weekly Market Line in the Sand Newsletter.


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Three Essential Tips in Pullbacks: Updated

by Ian Cooper

While the U.S. economy is still strong with good GDP and unemployment, fear has emerged. It doesn’t matter that earnings have been good, or that the Fed stayed pat with rates, or even that there’s potential peace in Korea. None of that matters right now.

Fear is back in a big way.

The Dow Jones Industrial is now challenging its 200-day, which if it breaks could send the index to a low just above 23,000. We’re even watching as the S&P 500 suffers in a descending triangle at the moment.

Some analysts have even warned of a 40% market decline. It’s a real mess out there. But the last thing you want to do is panic in the market. That’s the worst thing you can do.

Instead, remain calm and take note of these suggestions made several weeks ago.

Tip No. 1 – Have Discipline

When markets fall apart, we tend to get a bit emotional. Logic goes right out the window. Discipline means holding on to good stocks, even if they move lower. It also means avoiding the desire to make speculative, risky bets hoping to break even.

We have to remember that markets are resilient. They don’t stay down for long.

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Lee Gettess' Market Sense

by Lee Gettess

Lee Gettess is a top trader who is excited to bring you his video newsletter. Each week, Lee will share his predictions on what he anticipates from the bond and S&P markets.

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Directional and Non-Directional Trading

by Chris Verhaegh

The following is an excerpt from Chris Verhaegh's The PULSE System

Our core option trading strategies break down into two main categories: Directional trading and Non-Directional trading. We will use Directional trading when we have a bias on which direction a stock is likely to move. We use Non-Directional trading when we know a stock is going to move, but we have no bias on which direction, or when the Reward factor is not lopsided to one particular direction.

Directional Bias

If a stock meets our criteria and we have good indicators – Fundamental and/or Technical – giving us a hard bias in one direction, then we apply our Directional strategy. There are a wealth of Directional strategies out there. We generally only employ two: Calls and Puts. Nothing complicated, just buying a Call if our Directional bias is Bullish (upward) or buying a Put if our Directional bias is Bearish (downward).

Not just any Call or Put will do. We will run the available options through our gantlet of criteria, finding the best candidate for trading: Ideally, strike on the dollar, penny pricing, tight Bid/Ask spread. Things really get fun when we find a deep Out-of-the-Money (OTM) option and watch it move In-the-Money (ITM). That’s when we see returns in the thousands or tens of thousands of percent. One payday like that can make up for many weeks of frustration!

Having a Directional bias can be as simple as knowing when a stock is overbought or oversold. Here’s what I mean: When the price of corn is low, farmers don’t want to lose money, so they will stop planting it. They’ll plant something else that will make them money. Later on, when that harvest comes to market, there is less corn available. Scarcity drives the price back up. Then the cycle reverses. Farmers plant a lot of corn, hoping to cash in on the boom. The surplus drives the price back down again.

It doesn’t make sense to plant corn during a surplus. Likewise, it doesn’t make sense to buy a Straddle when a stock is making an all-time low.

Directional and Non-Directional Trading


Weekly Market Line in the Sand

by Andy Chambers

Every week Andy publishes his Weekly Market Line in the Sand Newsletter. The following are trade updates from his most recent issue.

S&P E-Mini Futures Weekly: Right now we have a lower high top in place. A weekly close below this week’s low of 2591.25 could result in a further decline. The next hurdles for the bears are seen at 2534.00 and 2416.75. On the other hand, a weekly close over 2718.50 would give us a higher low bottom setup. A higher low bottom would favor the bulls. A breakout over this year’s high could result in a significant advance.

DIA Weekly: A weekly close below this week’s low of 235.12 could result in a further decline. The next hurdle for the bears is seen at 215.73. A weekly close over 248.48 would be an initial sign that a three-wave correction could be over and the uptrend could be resuming. As we said above, we expect the next leg of the bull trend to be big.

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