Thursday, October 23, 2014

The Crash of 2014: A Special Briefing for All Casey Subscribers

Over the last several months, our team has accumulated significant evidence that a market crash is imminent.
by Olivier Garret, Chief Executive Officer
Casey Research

Dear Subscribers and Readers,
As CEO of Casey Research, I’m issuing an urgent alert: Over the last several months, our team has accumulated significant evidence that a market crash is imminent.
Dominick Graziano, our lead technical analyst and contributor to The Casey Report, has been following this movement for months. In August, he warned that “several reliable signals portend a stock market correction, or worse” to come as we reentered trading season. He also correctly predicted oil’s tumble and much more broadly that “the dollar is likely headed much higher, and commodities lower, in the months ahead.”
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Doc Eifrig and Charles Nenner (Audio): Stansberry Research

We have a fantastic show for you today... with two special guests.
First, Dr. David "Doc" Eifrig, editor of Retirement Millionaire, joins the podcast to talk about one of the biggest breakthroughs in cancer he has EVER seen.
You'll hear him break down exactly how this technology works and tell you the best way to invest in this game-changing trend.
Then, Frank brings on his second guest, legendary analyst Charles Nenner. Charles is the founder and president of the Charles Nenner Research Center.
You won't want to miss his comments on gold, inflation, and interest rates.
Frank also breaks down the current earning season and shares some key comments from several conference calls that he has been able to sit in on, including: Coca-Cola, Halliburton, IBM, and McDonald's to name a few...(more)
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Dennis Gartmam: “Buyers beware, the bear market has begun“:

The selloff in global markets is set to continue as a bear market takes hold “for a long period of time,” according to widely followed investor Dennis Gartman, who warned investors not to go long on stocks.
“This is the start of a bear market,” Gartman, the founder of the closely watched Gartman Letter, told CNBC Europe’s “Squawk Box” on Thursday. “You stay in cash and you stay in short term bonds and you don’t move out, this is a very difficult period of time and I’m afraid – and
I don’t like to think about it – but this might be the very beginnings of a bear market that could last some period of time,” he warned.
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Danielle Park – Getting Ready For The Other Shoe To Drop

from Financial Survival Network
What a difference two weeks makes. When Danielle Park and I last spoke, Wall Street was partying like it was 1999. Now things are not so good. A 9 percent correction and you can feel the panic start to set in. Will it continue or is this just a normal correction? The problem is that nothing about this market is normal and there hasn’t been a normal correction since the crash. Volatility is up and so is fear. Is this the start of a secular bear or is there still time for more fun and games? We’ll know the answer soon.
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When Oil Rebounds, These Companies Will Soar

If you're worried about U.S. oil stocks, today's essay is for you...
Over the past few months, the price of oil has crashed. Meanwhile, many oil stocks are down double digits.
That's a big loss. But the downturn is creating a great opportunity for investors...
As regular Growth Stock Wire readers know, new drilling techniques have allowed the U.S. to tap into vast oil and gas reserves locked away in shale.
As a result, U.S. oil production has increased 63% from the low in 2008 to today. That's a massive increase in a short period of time. And as we've shown in these pages before, these technologies will help U.S. oil production keep soaring.
But rising supply of oil and a strong U.S. dollar have caused the oil price to fall recently. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil has fallen from around $106 per barrel in June to about $83 per barrel today. (more)
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HMS Holdings Corp (NASDAQ: HMSY)

HMS Holdings Corp. provides cost containment services to government and private healthcare payers and sponsors. The company’s services include co-ordination of benefits and program integrity services. Its co-ordination of benefits services provide cost avoidance services that offer validated insurance coverage information, which is used by government-sponsored payers to co-ordinate benefits for incoming claims; and program integrity services identify improper payments on a pre-payment and post-payment basis, identify and recover overpayments, detect and prevent fraud and abuse, and identify process improvements.
Take a look at the 1-year chart of HMS (Nasdaq: HMSY) below with my added notations:
1-year chart of HMS (Nasdaq: HMSY)
Excluding a drop in April, and a rally in August, HMSY has traded in somewhat of a range. Since the end of February the stock has commonly stalled at $21 (red), and starting at the beginning of June HMSY has always found support at $18 (green). At some point the stock will test or break one of these two levels again and provide potential trading opportunities.

The Tale of the Tape: HMSY has key levels to watch at $21 and $18. Long trades could be considered at $18 or on a break through $21. Short trades could be made at $21 or on a break below $18.
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