Timothy Collins has worked as a financial adviser since 1999, focusing on portfolio customization, with a concentration on correlation arbitrage and risk-managed growth. He started TangleTrade Management, LLC in 2009 and Retro Wall Street in 2013 (www.retrowallstreet.com).Expand

Collins lives in Cedar Park, Texas, with his wife and three children. A frequent contributor to CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer, Collins is a graduate of McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College), with degrees in business administration, economics and sociology and is a winner of the Bates Prize (Top Graduating Male).Collapse

The markets have given us lots to think about here.
| Aug 21, 2015
| 3:19 PM EDT
Don't get caught feeling this drop is worse than other's we had in the past or the bounce will be harder to se...
Will we get a bullish play off a bearish chart?
The homebuilder and mortgage lender has spent most of August moving higher.
All the technical metrics are bearish, with many oversold.
The stock is down around 5% since last month. 
These are two reversals with nice setups.
Chicago Bridge & Iron could collapse later this week.
The setup looks quite compelling. 
The daddy bear, the mommy bear and the baby bear.

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