Monica Kingsley

Articles by Monica Kingsley

Neither on Monday, nor on Tuesday did we see strong volume, but prices rose regardless –is it time to bet the farm on higher stocks right next? As quite a few yesterday-mentioned reasons to be cautious were resolved bullishly, the buyers'...
When it comes to closing prices, stocks entered the month of June on a strong note, but the daily volume wasn't exactly convincing. While many signs though continue to be arrayed behind the slow grind higher, first swallows of short-term...
After Thursday's late-day setback, stocks stabilized only to dip again in the runup to Trump's press conference – but what is the subsequent rebound made of? In today's flagship Stock Trading Alert, I'll examine the prospects of the bull...
Stocks defended the opening bullish gap, and scored further gains intraday before the sellers took over in the session's final 45 minutes. Have we seen a turning point?

In short, that's unlikely, and let me tell you why exactly I think...
Yesterday’s sizable bullish gap immediately came under attack by the sellers – no panicking though as I kept riding the bull to the glorious close and beyond. In such moments, it’s key to focus on what has changed, and what has not. The...
The runup to yesterday’s US open and the regular session’s trading confirmed my call that stocks would break above the key resistances. And they did effortlessly overcome the upper border of March’s gap and the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement...
Stocks versus key resistances – that’ how much of last week’s trading could be characterized. Yet the bullish bias has been easily noticeable as prices kept making higher highs and higher lows on a daily basis. As a cherry on Friday’s...
Stocks have closed between two strong resistances yesterday – between the upper border of March’s gap and the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement. But the overnight rise in US-China tensions (this time, regarding Hong Kong), sent the S&P 500...
Yesterday’s session did away with the non-confirmation of last week’s reversal from the 50% Fibonacci retracement. Junk corporate bonds lent their support to the stock upswing, and the S&P 500 closed above the 61.8% Fibonacci...
Neither on Thursday, nor on Friday did the bears manage to break below the 50% Fibonacci retracement. Stocks rebounded, albeit less convincingly than on Thursday. Or was it convincing enough? Let’s examine both sides of the story to assess...

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