Charts, Baseball & Being Nice w/ John Roque

In this podcast episode I sit down with one of my favorite technicians of all-time – John Roque. This is one of those people who influenced my thinking very early on. The combination of his simplicity along with sports analogies to describe market behavior made me a huge fan of his right away. This was about 15 years ago.

Since then, you’ll here me throw out John Roqueisms all the time. I learned a lot from his way of thinking.

In this conversation we talk about the stock market, Gold, Bitcoin and Tech stocks. John also shares some fun stories about those who inspired him throughout his career and some of the things he’s learned more recently.

This was a lot of fun and a real treat for me.

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Pardon The Price Action w/ JC Parets & Steve Strazza | Fails Or Retests

On this episode of Pardon The Price Action, we talk about whether these are all retests or failed breakouts.

That’s the big question.

With Oil testing 76, Financials and Industrials retesting former highs, small-caps and even Bitcoin near critical levels, we want to know if this is just a pause, or the beginning of the end.

All this and so much more on the latest episode Pardon the Price Action!

Check out the YouTube Video to access all of the charts we discussed

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The Seasonality Episode w/ Jeff Hirsch, Author of the Stock Trader’s Almanac

As we make our way through the earlier stages of the most bullish time of the year, who better to talk to than Jeff Hirsch, Author of the annual Stock Trader’s Almanac.

When it comes to Technical Analysis, what we’re doing is analyzing the behavior of the market, and therefore market participants. Seasonality falls under that umbrella and Jeff Hirsch is the ultimate authority on the subject. He’s had a front row seat his entire life to how markets trend during different times of the year.

In this episode, we talk about “The Best 6 months”, the 4-year Presidential Cycle, Commodities Seasonality, and we even get to learn a little more about his father Yale Hirsch, the originator of the Almanac back in the 1960s.

Jeff Hirsch and I have known each other for many years and have hung out in Vegas, New York, San Francisco and hopefully many more fun cities to come in the future. So this was a blast!

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

Make sure to follow Jeff on Twitter @AlmanacTrader

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The Evolution Of Becoming A Technician w/ Brian G @alphacharts

On this episode of the podcast, Steve Strazza and I sit down with Brian G, who many of you will recognize as @AlphaCharts on Twitter.

I’ve been following Brian for many years and love a lot of the work he puts out. It was really fun hearing his story about how he became a technician.

It isn’t something that happens overnight, that’s for sure. It’s a process.

First we get into the evolution of become a Technical Analyst, and then we dive into what we’re doing about it in the current environment.

Hope you enjoy!

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Momentum, Breadth & Seasonality w/ Ed Clissold, Chief U.S. Strategist at Ned David Research

On this episode of the podcast, I sit down with Ed Clissold, Chief U.S. Strategist at Ned Davis Research.

I’ve been a big fan of Ed’s work for a long time, not to mention Ned Davis is one of my personal heroes.

The work they do over there has been inspiring to me throughout my entire career. So as you can imagine, it was so fun and such a pleasure to chat with Ed.

We talk about Market Breadth, Sector Trends, Momentum and Seasonality.

If you have any exposure whatsoever in the market, or even thinking about putting on exposure, then this is the episode for you!


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Why Does Fibonacci Work?

You guys know that I use Fibonacci levels to help us identify targets and manage risk.

And you’ve all seen it work, with your own eyes, for many years. I have too, of course, as one of the gang here calculating these levels every day.

But I’ve never quite understood WHY it works.

How come these numbers keep showing up all over Nature. Why do the prices of stocks and other assets keep respecting these levels?

When I get asked, I don’t have an answer.

But if there’s anyone I’m going to ask, it’s gonna be Bart.

So that’s what I did. And figured why not share this with all of you?

This was a lot of fun!

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