Tweet By Chris Ebert It’s easy to panic when someone as visible as Alan Greenspan, former chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, mentions the possibility of a “significant correction” coming for the stock market. It may be helpful for traders to consider just what a “significant correction” would entail, thus making it recognizable if it […]

Tweet By Chris Ebert Candlesticks are a common tool that some stock market traders use to gauge sentiment and emotions in the market. Since emotions affect the reactions of traders, the reactions of those traders can reveal their emotions; and knowing those emotions can give a trader an edge. Traders who are aware of the […]

Tweet By Chris Ebert Note to readers: I’ll be away for a few days. The normal detailed options analysis of the S&P 500, and its implications for the stock market, will return Sunday July 27. As of July 17, the S&P had not breached the 1930 level – an important level because of its effect […]

Tweet By Chris Ebert Last week, an analysis of options here presented evidence that the S&P 500 would not climb above the 2050 level through at least the end of August. As always, every attempt was made to offer facts, not opinions. Facts give traders a real edge; opinions provide nothing more than false confidence. […]