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Identifying Trending Sectors & Markets

Identifying Trending Sectors & Markets
...Then Drilling Down to Find the ETF or Stock Whose Chart is Best Poised to Profit!!

Index & Sector Analysis
Annotated charts on the eMini S&P, Gold Oil Currencies, international markets and more

Trade Alerts
Intraday buy/sell (2-day to 2-week horizon) on ETFs and leading sector component stocks.
Live Interaction & Trading
Post your questions/comments right alongside Mike's and see his replies thorught the session.

Daily TAN - Solar Energy ETF

Combine Macro & Technical Analysis For Winning Trades

Everyone wants winning trades -- and the best chance of getting them is when the forces in favor of the trade converge. Identifying these convergences is where Mike Paulenoff is best! Combining macro and technical analysis, Mike will put out a trade only when the macro environment is as attractive as the chart.

For example, he recently traded Guggenheim Solar ETF (TAN) to capitalize on the solar energy sector's “perfect storm”: Backing by, and tax credits from, the Obama Administration, solar panel price compression, rising fossil fuel and electricity costs, and constant geopolitical threats to global energy output.

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What’s Inside Mike’s Trading Room?

MPTrader features Mike Paulenoff's real-time index & sector analysis (eMini S&P, gold/oil, euro/$ and more) plus trade alerts on stocks and ETFs that can benefit from these sector trends. Mike is a 30-plus year Wall Street veteran, previously at Smith Barney, Harris Upham, Drexel Burnham Lambert, and Republic National Bank. Co-author of The Business-One Irwin Guide to the Futures Markets (with Stanley Kroll), he publishes widely on sites such as MarketWatch, WSJ Online, and Minyanville, where he is a contributing “professor.”

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Mike’s Mid-Day: ES Climbs Right to Key Resistance Ahead of Friday's Jobs Report. What's Next?

So far, the current upmove in the e-SPU has peaked at 1973.50, which is in the vicinity of the prior recovery-rally peaks in late Aug (1973 to 1983).

This is not to say that the index will not make another run at the late Aug recovery highs this afternoon or in reaction to tomorrow's Jobs Report.

That said, the e-SPU also needs to hold the 1954-1940 support zone to preserve the constructive near-term (post 9/01) pattern.

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