21 Feb

21 Feb Art Cashin’s Comments

Art Cashin on Wall Mart – which accounted for 70 or the 250 points lost on Dow yesterday: Walmart Goes On Sale And Takes The Dow Jones With It – Walmart reported mildly disappointing earnings. The bears, however, homed in on weak online sales performance and drubbed the stock for its worst performance in 30 years. The […]

09 Feb

9th Feb Cashins Comments

On this day in 1825, the United States selected a President. No, not in an election but in the House of Representatives. Thus, ended one of America’s closest and most inconclusive elections. The original list of candidates was unique. The favorite in the polls was a well-known guy from Tennessee. Breathing down his neck was a guy who was […]

08 Feb

8 Feb 2018 Telegram Trades

I post live trades via a Telegram App. It is free of charge, although at the moment the signals are written in Danish. I am going to change that soon to English. DAX LONG POSITION Entry:   variable entry at 12,500, 12510, 12520 Target: At the time target was 12,550, but momentum was strong at the […]

07 Feb

7 Feb 2018 – Cashin’s Comments

On this day in 1904, smoke began to pour out of a fabric warehouse in downtown Baltimore. It didn’t look like a big problem and the fire squad arrived promptly. Unfortunately, so did a 50 mph windstorm. The wind, the fire and the fire cart decided to try for the same parking space. The wind and fire won the […]

06 Feb

6 Feb: Cashin’s Comments

Thank you to Art Cashin for this analysis: On this day in 1858, that august deliberative body, the U.S. House of Representatives was calmly discussing a matter of import to the nation. Well…..maybe “calmly discussing” misses the point. The House was in middebate/mid-filibuster on the topic of admitting Kansas to statehood…..and whether such admission should […]