1. Dr. Steenbarger of Trader Feed had two excellent and resourceful posts I wanted to highlight this week: First, “Trading Transitions – Profiting from Reversals” and Second, “Uncovering Your Trading Rules.”
2. If you ever wanted a pictorial representation of the US Federal Budget, Fund My Mutual Fund shows us two useful pie graphs of Expenses and Revenue.
3. Bill Luby of VIX and More shares a compilation of recent posts from other bloggers on the subject of Market Volatility which is certainly worth exploring.
4. Darwin Finance shares a Table of Leveraged ETF Symbols for a reference.
5. If you ever wanted to know exactly how to define a ‘Distribution Day,’ look to Rob Hanna’s recent post at Quantifiable Edges.
6. From the Dash of Insight website, a look at Seasonality and Seasonal Tendencies in the Market.
7. An ambitious piece by Jason Kelly as he tackles Banking, Health Care, and Inflation in a singular post.
8. From the Technical Take, a look at long-term Treasury Yields and the warning “Someone Will be Wrong.” A Quote: “Treasury yields have not moved higher; in other words, the Treasury market is not discounting the economic recovery. On the other hand, the stock market has roared ahead discounting the recovery (and then some). This divergence is noticeable, and it appears someone is going to be wrong.”
9. Wall Street Cheat Sheet interviewed Dylan Ratigan in a very special interview I found very interesting (upon winning the “First Amendment Award for Outstanding Journalism”).