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With drilling results keenly awaited and Rockhopper on the cusp of a farm-out, what moves should an investor make now? Malcolm Graham-Wood from VSA Capital tackles the issues.
19 Apr 2012
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In this video I revisit the price action of three commodities: KC H9, CT H9, JO H9, All display interesting developments since I looked at them last, about a week ago. I assess the counting in each case and look for the next move. The charts in this video are available for a free download from my website from the Downloads section. www.the-elliott-wave-practitioner****
19 Feb 2009
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In this video I review the interesting recent price action this past week in SPOT GOLD. GOLD has managed to set a new tone to this market in my opinion by breaking 2 support lines and giving us an important signal as to the next move's direction. I assess the various options and also discuss different targets for this market in the days to come. The charts in this video are available for a free download from my website from the Downloads section. www.the-elliott-wave-practitioner****
28 Feb 2009
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In this video I revisit the price action of 5 Indices: The SET100 Index of Thailand, All Shares Index of the Philippines, The Composite Index of Malaysia, The Taiwan 50 Index, and the Kosdaq 100 Index of Korea. They all suggest that the next move for stocks is down. I assess in each case possible price targets. The charts in this video are available for a free download from my website, from the Downloads section. www.the-elliott-wave-practitioner****
3 Mar 2009
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In this video I revisit the price action of the USDPLN. I think the market has topped: by going over the higher line of the rising channel and then giving us a new turn of lower high and a lower low, it likely has confirmed the Top is in for now. We are looking at a correction that is likely to last several months. If I read the message of the previous bull run right, the USD will be coming back and blast through the Top we have seen now in a powerful, impulsive wave which will take it much higher. I also look at a 60 minutes chart to examine the recent price action and assess price targets for the next move. The charts in this video are available for a free download from my website from the Download section. www.the-elliott-wave-practitioner****
15 Mar 2009
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In this video I discuss the price action of the EURUSD. I begin first with a quick review of the monthly chart, and I point out a possible huge H&S in the making. I then look at the weekly chart and point out the support level around 1.3100 as crucial for the next move in this pair. The 60 minutes chart reveals a possible dramatic preparation for a sharp fall in the EURUSD, of as much as 500 pips, should the 1.3100 level give way. The charts in this video are available for a free download from my website from the Downloads section. www.the-elliott-wave-practitioner****
13 Apr 2009
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*******FreeTradingVideos**** : The markets continue to bore even the most engaged trading enthusiast. We're all waiting patiently for the next move. this video shares my thoughts on the move. This video explores POT, BAC and UNG.
11 Jul 2009
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4 Apr 2010
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Goldman Sachs GS is ready to make the next move down-maybe to 100. Please check out my site *******mish.marketauge****
10 Jun 2010
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BY STEVEN SPARKMAN You're watching multisource science news analysis from Newsy Interested in PET-ting a lab rat? Neuroscientists are. Scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory have built a new device to perform PET scans, a neuro-imaging technique, on wide-awake, moving rats. They call it the RatCAP, for “rat conscious animal PET.” It’s a miniaturized scanner rats can wear like a collar. The researchers attached it to pulleys and weights so the rats can walk around while being scanned. (Image source: Brookhaven National Laboratory, Nature) The benefit of PET scans is that it allows researchers to scan the brain in real time. The drawback is that until now the brain in question had to hold still. A writer for IEEE Spectrum explains why this limitation is so frustrating. “Other miniature PET scanners have existed before the RatCAP ... but, as with human scanners, each requires that the animal stay motionless and prostrate. The only way to keep a rat still is to anesthetize it. But by doing this, you alter the animal's brain chemistry just as you're trying to measure it.” The main benefit of the RatCAP is that peering into the mind of a rat on the go lets researchers study how brain chemistry affects behavior. Researcher Paul Vaska thinks this will allow two separate disciplines to come together. “There’s a whole field of neuroscience called behavioral neuroscience where people only look at the behavior of the rat in order to infer the function of the brain. This allows us to actually look at physical processes in the brain at the same time. So there’s a lot of excitement about being able to correlate these two different data sets to learn potentially much more about the brain.” (Video source: Brookhaven National Laboratory) The research is off to a good start. The team used their device to study the rats’ dopamine levels, a chemical tied to reward and motivation. DOTmed explains their findings. “Already, the researchers said they found something new: awake animals had less dopamine activity than the anesthetized animals, even though behavioral activity is generally associated with higher dopamine levels.” The BBC adds: “That the Ratcap is already yielding insights and contrasts with established studies is an indication of the neurology secrets it may tap into.” The researchers said the next move is to scan the rats during mating, but so far the devices seem to get in the way. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Mar 2011
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BY HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy At least 22 Yemeni officials have defected from the regime, following last Friday’s violent crackdown on protesters in Sanaa. President Ali Abdullah Saleh sacked all of his ministers Sunday, but the move seemed to flat fall flat on the officials who announced their defection Monday. Sky News says among them are three high-ranking army commanders: two brigadier generals and one major general. “I’ve heard one of them giving an interview on at least one television channel, announcing that there were a whole string of defection in the army in the northwest and in the northeast that they were upset about the constitution being violated and they were moving in on Sanaa to maintain security and stability.” Bloomberg talks to one expert who says Brigadier General Muhssein's defection is very significant. “This is really moving in the direction that would lead to the fall of the regime. Muhssein is trying to get ahead of the curve, taking a page out of what’s happening in Egypt.” But, as another analyst explains on the BBC, the participation of the military is not without its dangers. “Pro-democracy protesters are nervous that their popular revolution will be hijacked by established military and commercial interests, who will simply nominate a new face to govern the country without making any substantial changes to the status quo.” According to the Christian Science Monitor, other officials who have resigned include at least eight ambassadors and 13 lawmakers. President Saleh may have also lost the support of his own tribe. Finally, Al Jazeera’s report focuses on the situation in Sanaa (Sah - nah), as one of the army generals deployed his troops to to maintain stability and security there. “Tanks and troops have now been put into position around strategic locations in Sanaa to protect the protesters on the streets. The people have responded by handing the soldiers flowers. The next move is the president’s.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE ANCHOR ALEX ROZIER You're watching mulitsource politics news analysis from Newsy This Sunday... a top White House advisor says the president is ready to roll out a long-term budget. The GOP’s man-with-the-plan defends millionaire tax breaks... and analysts suggest the key to a 2012 victory is...what else? The budget. After a buzzer-beating budget compromise for 2011, the Sunday talk shows moved on to 2012. This week President Obama will unveil his long-term budget proposal. White House Senior Adviser David Plouffe tells CNN’s State of the Union the President is open to cuts, as long as they’re focused. White House Senior Adviser David Plouffe: “So the President clearly believes that we can still grow economically with smart deficit reduction but it’s gotta be smart. If we’re just going to cut student loans, cut head start, cut medical research - we’re not gonna be the country in terms of the economy that we need to be.” On Fox News Sunday, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor isn’t buying it. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA): “I sit here and I listen to David Plouffe talk about, you know, their commitment to cut spending and knowing full well for the last two months, we've had to bring this president kicking and screaming to the table to cut spending … in my opinion, it's hard to believe what this White House and the President is saying” Part of Plouffe’s beef with the GOP’s strategy- continued tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans. But the man behind the plan, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan says- it’s necessary. “Look we have to recognize the fact that we are in a global competition. We’re competing against China and India. And when we tax our job creators more than they tax theirs, we lose - they win. We don’t want that to happen.” Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile argues Ryan’s budget isn’t serious. “The budget itself is a fantasy. It paints a rosy picture that no one will live to see based on the fact that he proposed 5.8 trillion in cuts but also comes out with 4.2 trillion in budget cuts, tax cuts, to make the Bush tax cuts permanent.” But MSNBC’s Chuck Todd says Dems should be happy about the GOP’s “extreme” budget. “Look, the Democrats, the White House is licking their chops about it. They are basically saying ‘This is great!’ They can’t believe Pawlenty and Romney and all they guys running for President have signed onto it. They say ‘whoever wanted them as a nominee, they own it.’ And they say ‘Good luck carrying the State of Florida with that.’” Finally , as bigger battles over the budget brew- CBS Reporter Nancy Cordes says- it’s time to watch the Tea Party flex its muscles. “And they also showed they were willing to go right up to the brink on a government shut-down to get their way and that’s something they may repeat when it comes to funding the government with the debt ceiling.” The next move for Congress is to decide whether or not to raise the debt ceiling, or face defaulting on the nation’s Treasury debt. According to CBS, Obama asked for a clean bill and Speaker Boehner responded-- not a chance. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Apr 2011
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