Mark Newton is Managing Member/Owner of Newton Advisors, LLC. He has more than 20 years of buy-side and sell-side experience in the financial services industry. His expertise is primarily in using advanced methods of technical analysis to identify stocks, commodities, and currencies with above-average risk/reward characteristics that can maximize returns and minimize risk. Newton formerly worked with Diamondback Capital Management, where he served as a technical analyst and portfolio manager, and prior to that, with Morgan Stanley as its technical strategist. He also traded equity options as a market maker/floor trader at the CBOE.Expand

Newton is a member of the Market Technicians Association, and former member of the CBOE, CBOT, and PHLX. He graduated with a B.S. in Finance from Virginia Tech in 1991 and obtained his Chartered Market Technician designation in 2002. He appears frequently on CNBC, Fox Business and BNN. Collapse

These stocks are down some 20% over the last 30 months and look ripe for a rise.
There are several names that could provide above-average appreciation going forward.
The price could drop 4% to $1207 by next month.
The group has performed like a champ this year as investors go for yield and a safe haven amid market uncertainty.
Evidence suggests fading equities right now might be premature.
There are bullish factors that argue for continued gains in crude.
A few charts point out why it's necessary to have a bullish stance despite how far stocks have moved already.
The charts indicate that crude should continue higher to the mid-$40s before any serious reversal.
It remains to be seen whether the joke's on us.

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