Sun, 26 May 2013
Doug sits down with actor Trevor Einhorn (Mad Men, Sons & Daughters) to talk pool parties, cannon balls, and fourth grade logic.
Direct download: Doodie_Calls_-_Trevor_Einhorn.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:30pm PDT
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Ryan Detrick of Schaeffers Research stated ealierr this morning that;"This week is expiration week, a period that has historically been bullish for the market. This fact, coupled with the SPX trading near the bottom of its trading range, could be a very good sign for the market. As Rocky White pointed out in An Historical Look at Expiration-Week Returns, the past 34 expiration weeks have posted an average return of 0.66%. Also, more than 70% of these weeks have been positive. This is an extremely bullish configuration when compared to non-expiration weeks, which have finished positive only about 46% of the time, with an average return of -0.40%.Given this information, it seems likely that a short-term rally is possible. From a long-term perspective, however, I don't think we've seen our ultimate lows. As Todd Salamone has mentioned during the past few months, there is fear in this market, but not nearly enough to signal the end of a bear market. In fact, last week we saw a record jump in S&P 500 small traders' positions, according to the Commitment of Traders report. Couple this report with the large moves in numerous investor sentiment polls following the recent market bounce, and I think there is still too much optimism for an ultimate bottom to have formed."Based on the extreme intraday volatlity that transpired in the markets recently, it should be an interesting week. http://uxffdddwyyc.com [url=http://yfmprhselnb.com]yfmprhselnb[/url] [link=http://wnilikru.com]wnilikru[/link]
Hi YQ,Looking at daily bars, the VIX rarely leeavs gaps unfilled for long.If you ignore the intra-day VIX high (42.16) from 9/18 and just look at the open and close, then it looks as if we are close to closing that end of September gap.Prior to September, I do not believe you will find any gaps in the VIX of any kind.Cheers,-Bill
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