Global stock markets started the month of July on the back foot following a Federal Reserve rate increase in June and some mixed economic signals.
However, by the end of the month equity markets were back to their all-time highs and the bull market in US equities continued. This came as US growth figures showed improvement and non-farm payrolls came in better than expected. Read more »
Longer term readers and members will know that I try to keep Marwood Research updated with new trading strategies and information on a monthly basis.
This month we have added a brand new trading strategy to the program called Trading For Yield. Read more »
Last week I received an email courtesy of the StockTwits newsletter with the headline ‘This Market Is Confusing Everyone’.
Apparently, because the market has fallen, gone up, and then fallen again (in the space of a few days) investors are totally confused and the market is ‘faking out everyone’. Read more »
I have just included a new trading system called ETF Pullbacks for the course Hedge Fund Trading Systems Part Two.
This is a very simple mean reversion system with a high win rate of over 70% and an average trade duration of 7 days. Read more »
Tuesday morning I sent out a tweet to say that we may have seen a top in the stock market. Today, the S&P 500 has just closed down by 1.20%, it’s biggest fall in over 100 days. Read more »
Users of Norgate Premium Data are likely aware that some changes are taking place with regards to their historical data subscriptions. These changes have been made to better serve users and eliminate confusion. Read more »
Yesterday’s US election result came as a shock to many people and I’m sure you will have strong feelings about it too.
Many observers took to social media to report their surprise and despair at the result. Read more »
In a few hours time we will see the United Kingdom head to the polls to decide whether or not to stay in the European Union.
This long-awaited event has dominated the financial news for the last several weeks and drawn opinion from all over the world. Read more »
The Federal Reserve kept interest rates at near-zero on Wednesday once again. Rates have remained at record zero levels for the last seven years. This was the official line from the Federal Reserve press office: Read more »
I have not made it a habit to write many personal updates on this blog. After all, who really wants to read about what I had for dinner and what I got up to at the weekend? Well maybe you do. So here’s a quick round-up of what I’ve been up to. Read more »