Market Trends

Posted on Mo 25 November 2019 in Market Trends • Tagged with Stocks, Markets, Trends • 3 min read

Identifying market trends is like eating and drinking the Zeitgeist. It has to be inside you to understand it. You have to be social, go outside, go to parties, etc. If you're not "hip" then you'll never see emerging trends until they're already established. Then it's a matter of chasing …


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Downloading SEC.GOV data

Posted on Mo 11 November 2019 in Data Science • Tagged with Python, Stocks • 2 min read

I've finally found a way to download SEC.GOV data in a consistent and less stressful way. I want to give the University of Notre Dame Software Repository for Accounting and Finance a shout out for their excellent work. Thanks to them I can finally start taming this beast.

I've …


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Autogenerating Support and Resistance Lines for Forex

Posted on Fr 08 November 2019 in Forex • Tagged with Python, Stocks, Forex • 1 min read

On the heels of my last post, I've extended those functions to the EURUSD pair. The data starts from this year 2019 and goes through to yesterday. It's actually a pretty neat script as it takes data from Onada and then generates the support and resistance lines for that particular …


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Autogenerating Support and Resistance Lines

Posted on Mi 06 November 2019 in Forex • Tagged with Python, Stocks, Forex • 1 min read

Work has been keeping me busy but I found sometime to figure out how to autogenerate support and resistance lines. I cobbled together some code I found online and then made a simple plot. I'm doing this to help me identify the 'zones' in Forex (mostly) and see if I …


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30 Year Bond Yield Wants To Go Lower

Posted on Di 03 September 2019 in Stocks • Tagged with Stocks • 1 min read

Yes I posted this great chart about two weeks ago, but it's amazing what time can do for perspective. The yield is below 2% and wants to go lower. I suspect it will continue to go lower as the Trump Trade War rages on and his stupid policies start to …


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