Jim Rogers On InTheMoneyRadio: Shorting Stocks & Where To Invest Now

March 30, 2014

We are thankful to have a great friend and legendary investor, Jim Rogers join us on InTheMoney Radio. Listen in as he shares his powerful insight into the global markets, economy, when to go short and much much more. He tells you exactly what you should be expecting from the markets and where you should be investing now and into the future. When you are ready to step up and take control of your financial future, join our Pros and loyal members from around the world who profit consistently from the markets. Our Research Center is the number one source for swing traders and those with a day job who cannot be at their computer all day – step inside right now for 7 free days, your destiny awaits: http://www.inthemoneystocks.com/research-center.

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Market Technical Analysis – Exxon, Weaker Dollar Pop Markets. Profits and Plays Revealed Here!

February 1, 2010

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USO has a possible inverse H&S

March 17, 2009

A close below the neckline on the 60 minute chart would void the pattern.

A Major Trend Line Support That NEEDS To Hold On Goldman Sachs

March 6, 2009

As this market hangs on by a thread from another ugly sell off, we look to the market leader to tell us where we are going. Goldman Sachs, known for being one of the leaders in the market is showing a major support line at around $80. It is illustrated below on the chart. If that line holds, watch for this market to continue to trade higher. However, should that line fail to hold, this market may be in for a major sell off once again.

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Is The Real Key To A Rally The Nasdaq Hitting The November Lows?

March 3, 2009

The markets work in mysterious ways. As they trade, people try and pick tops and bottoms, selling, buying, shorting, covering. In general, if the majority thinks it is a bottom it is never the bottom and if the majority thinks it is a top, it is never a top. Using that logic, I bring you the chart of the SPY (S&P) and the Nasdaq. Everyone thought the markets would bounce when the DOW hit the November lows. This did not happen. Then, everyone thought the markets would bounce at the S&P November lows, slightly lower than the DOW lows. This also, did not happen. At this point people are beginning to get bearish and think the market is going much lower. In my opinion, the strongest index may need to hit the November lows. No one is talking about that, which may indicate that is the spot. If and when it does, that may be the spot for this market to bounce and bounce hard! Refer to the Research Center for more info and technical trend line analysis.

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Market Technical Analysis – Key Levels To Watch! 02/25/2009

February 25, 2009

InTheMoneyStocks.com looks at all the major levels in this market as they discuss the possible continuation rally or consolidation. They note their expert trend line analysis which is second to none as they purely focus on price, pattern and time. They show a MAJOR trend line that needs to hold and mention, as long as it holds, this market should continue to rally higher. They note the 200ma on the chat that looks like an easy target. They focus on guidance and education, teaching the public how to truly read the charts without the Wall Street hype. Enjoy and come join their Intra Day Stock Chat with live video from the pro traders charts as they teach, discuss and trade the markets. Also, come join their top selling service, the Research Center. The Research Center contains night Technical Analysis Videos with all the major levels to watch in the coming day and days as well as InTheMoneyStocks.com projections on future movement on the markets, oil, gold and US$.

Why Trend Line Analysis Will Make You Rich!

February 25, 2009

Training the eye to find key trend lines is just one expertise a pro trader must learn on their way to profitability. In fact, it may just be the most important piece to the puzzle yet the most underutilized and unknown. Trend line analysis is something that not many individuals learn because it takes time and we are a culture of instant satisfaction. As we all know, may traders, investors, funds all focus on fundamentals. In addition, most other traders, investors, funds, if they use technical analysis, focus purely on the common technicals like the moving averages, Stochastics, MACD, RSI and others. These are commonly used by every technical trader in the world. They all use past data to project future results.

The market is a funny entity in many ways. It generally finds the majority and decides to go the opposite way. This can be seen with the put/call ratio and all other sentiment indicators. To summarize, when everyone is jumping off the cliff in panic, the market is usually ready to reverse and when everyone is putting their equity from their house into the market for “easy money”, the market has topped and will drop dramatically. This can be seen just by looking at the last 2 years in the stock market or in the housing market. It also can be seen last November, when the lows were hit and the DOW had 500 point intra day swings like it was a giant brushing off a fly. The panic was in the market in November, and at those lows the VIX (fear index) saw unheard of numbers over 80. The normal range for the VIX previously had been 10-40. At 40, the market had previously hit the highest fear level. So obviously, at 80, it was all out panic and thus a major buying opportunity for a month or two rally.

My point is this. Trend line analysis is a little known art. It is something that takes years to train the eye to see easily. However, once completed and trained, it opens a whole new world. As I have continued to master the markets as part of InTheMoneyStocks.com, I have continued to train my eye to spot these trend lines. By purely focusing on price, pattern and time we have eliminated all the nonsense every other trader is looking at. Just like the VIX and other psychological indicators show us the emotion in the market and the right move is almost always the opposite, the same applies to technical indicators. When a majority of the traders, investors, funds use certain technical indicators, they stop working. At first, as they begin to get more popular they still work a majority of the time, as they get more and more popular however, they work less and less. Why? Because in the market there is always a winner and loser and emotion rules. The more people that try and go short at the resistance level on a moving average, the less likely it will work due to basic laws. Remember, go the opposite of the crowd. I never trade off a Stochastic, RSI, MACD or any other technical indicator other than to look for divergences occasionally. Price, pattern and time are my Bible, Torah or Koran.

Trend line analysis is not something easy and that is why people do not learn it. Traders are just like majority this world. They are naturally lazy and want everything instantly and to profit immediately. That is why the basic technical indicators are loved. Computers can program them in, no work for the individual and they pop up on the chart. Those are the traders that will ultimately lose or never get to the elite trader status.

Work hard, educate yourself and spend time truly learning pattern, pricing and time values and the profits will come.

The best example I can give is the chart below of Goldman Sachs. What Goldman Sachs shows is repeated on hundreds of charts every day. It is common and it is using the “normal” technical trader to coax them in a short trade and stop them out. About 1 out of every 100 trader knows how to use trend lines properly. Have you ever been in a trade where you shorted up against a major moving average, the stock continued higher, you got stopped out and then just a little while later the stock rolled over. Then, you kick yourself for not holding longer? This chart below explains why?

Note in the chart below. There is the major 200 moving average coming into play on the upside as Goldman Sachs screams higher. As Goldman hits the 200 moving average, most traders take their short positions. This is where the mistake is made. Note the trend line drawn in just above, which is clear as day and stretches back 3 days. This is the true level Goldman Sachs will see and those few that know trend line analysis will be ready. The “normal/average” trader, after shorting at the 200 moving average, is beginning to feel the pain as Goldman pushes higher. Goldman Sachs spikes over the 200 moving average by a full dollar at which point those who shorted at the 200 moving average would cover their position. Little do these traders know, Goldman Sachs just hit a key resistance level as shown on the chart below.

Those pro and elite traders that know trend line analysis will have waited patiently as every other trader shorts the 200 moving average. As Goldman Sachs hits the trend line, the elite traders short. Goldman Sachs falls from that trend line resistance point and profits are made for the elite.

Learn your trend line analysis. The profits will finally start and grow. Enjoy free analysis on our Rant & Rave blog at http://www.InTheMoneyStocks.com. Also, enjoy the Research Center, our top educational and market guidance tool for elite traders.


Source: G Soloway,
The Leader In Market Technical Guidance