Bob Byrne is a full-time private day trader with 15 years' experience. His trading relies on traditional technical analysis and volume profile. His primary focus is on stock-index futures and index exchange-traded funds. In addition to private coaching and mentoring, Bob is also the co-host of a daily trading chat room on RetroWallStreet.com. His contributions to this or any other site are not to be construed as recommendations to buy or sell stock.Expand

Bob holds a business degree from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. He lives in Park City, Utah, with his wife, son and daughter.Collapse

While I hate how the E-Minis have traded recently, I am still willing to look for signs of a near-term low.
Monday's late rally was likely short covering, which often sparks rallies, but still...
Gold bugs should not get carried away with their bullish targets.
Compiling a list of what performed poorly last week would fill several notebooks.
I'd rather own it than sell it short. 
Unlikely stocks surge while 2 tech names get hammered after hours.
Don't be too quick to jump on the FANG bearish wagon.
For a while, it was a perfect time to panic.
Facebook is in for some backing and filling, while Twitter tells a cautionary tale.
Days like this will make you think red is the new black.

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