Bullish Dollar, Bearish Tech

Published on
September 14th, 2015
Topic
US Dollar, Monetary policy, Technical Analysis
Duration
20 minutes
Asset class
Equities, Currencies

Bullish Dollar, Bearish Tech

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Featuring Dave Floyd

Published on: September 14th, 2015 • Duration: 20 minutes • Asset Class: Equities, Currencies • Topic: US Dollar, Monetary policy, Technical Analysis

Dave Floyd from Aspen Trading takes a technical look at the damage done to equity markets in recent weeks, including a chart-based assessment of a number of stocks in the S&P and an outlook for the Fed's rate hike decision later this week.

Comments

  • db
    don b.
    14 September 2015 @ 20:27
    Yawn
  • CL
    Chewy L.
    14 September 2015 @ 20:31
    love to see some TA on major indices, sectors, etc poised to move next time. great work!
  • CL
    Chewy L.
    14 September 2015 @ 20:54
    Never mind. commented without watching the whole video
  • NS
    Nico S.
    14 September 2015 @ 20:55
    Likely some informative data, but so much more happening beyond technical's that will likely guide the market.
  • BB
    Brian B.
    14 September 2015 @ 21:18
    Great. More of this type of presentation please with a particular focus on equities. Thanks
  • RM
    Richard M.
    14 September 2015 @ 21:38
    I don't put much faith in EW (not much in fibo's either), that being said he still did a pretty good analysis. But I'm waiting for the MASTER of TA, Greg Weldon to make a return appearance - thanks!
  • AC
    Andy C.
    15 September 2015 @ 02:04
    Like the technical analysis and seeing tied to some fundamentals but this guy was weak on the fundamentals. Eliott wave is bullshit, don't fall for it.
  • SJ
    Suzanne J.
    15 September 2015 @ 09:59
    Great to see charts in action. Thanks for your insights and look forward to more. I use channels and vsa to guide my decisions, but every method has its strengths. I enjoy the learning experience.
  • SB
    Stewart B.
    15 September 2015 @ 11:05
    Thank you. Good ideas. Please keep these coming.
  • FS
    Fred S.
    15 September 2015 @ 13:34
    Not a big fan of TA, but think you need both TA and MA to do well at trading. That's what I've learned so far from the best here on RVTV. Thanks Raul and Grant!
  • cr
    chris r.
    16 September 2015 @ 14:12
    what technical tool are u using, which automatically structuers an ABC formation with a quick click, im stuck using a calculator.
  • IK
    Ian K.
    17 September 2015 @ 00:01
    INTC: 800 design wins in Skylake processor, extremely high demand. 3DXP (Crosspoint) may mean INTC has the dominant memory class for the next decade. I hope for a dip to low 20s, but only so I can buy
  • KS
    Kashyap S.
    17 September 2015 @ 07:43
    One year since I subscribed, and I can't imagine life without RV TV. Wondering why he missed NFLX, which is by far the most overvalued tech stock.
  • DF
    Dave F.
    17 September 2015 @ 23:25
    Hi Kashyap, Agree on NFLX but that is one of those 'looney' stocks - trades on who knows what. Would rather sink my teeth into something a bit more tangible. Eventually NFLX will fall
  • DF
    Dave F.
    17 September 2015 @ 23:26
    IK - time will tell which thesis plays out. Thanks, Dave
  • DF
    Dave F.
    17 September 2015 @ 23:28
    Chris - I use Motive Wave - if you need to label charts - hands down the simplest platform for waves and other drawing tools http://www.motivewave.com/?af=3780006&c=ASPENPUB
  • DF
    Dave F.
    17 September 2015 @ 23:29
    Thanks Stewart - next video likely posted on Sep 28th
  • DF
    Dave F.
    17 September 2015 @ 23:29
    Thanks Suzanne - glad you find them helpful. Dave
  • DF
    Dave F.
    17 September 2015 @ 23:31
    Hey Andy - appreciate you comment regarding 'weak on fundamentals'. I made it pretty clear that that is not my wheelhouse - I know just enough to support my technical views and vice versa.
  • DF
    Dave F.
    17 September 2015 @ 23:31
    Thanks Brian
  • AC
    Andrew C.
    22 September 2015 @ 04:36
    would have liked to see a different USD chart as the DXY is very weighted to Europe (EURO/GBP/CHF/SEK). So bear DXY is Bull Europe. How about emerging market currencies as a measure of USD strength?
  • SC
    Shaun C.
    28 September 2015 @ 02:48
    I do not like this type of TA. No consistency in application, no rigour in testing historic validity. May work for others but would prefer not to see it on RV.

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