Friday, November 14, 2014


DSW Inc. operates as a branded footwear and accessories retailer in the United States. The company operates in two segments, DSW and Affiliated Business Group. It offers a range of brand name dresses, casual and athletic footwear, and accessories for women and men through its DSW stores and The company also provides kids shoes; and handbags, hosiery, jewelry, and other accessories.
Take a look at the 1-year chart of DSQ (NYSE: DSW) below with the added notations:
1-year chart of DSQ (NYSE: DSW)
DSW finished last year and started this year on a sour note. However, since bottoming in May, the stock has stabilized and has been working its way higher. Starting at the end of August, DSW has made a habit of finding resistance just under the $32 level, which was also support back in the spring. A break back above $32 should result in higher prices for the stock.

The Tale of the Tape: DSW has a key level at $32. A trader could enter a long position on a break above $32 with a stop placed under the level. However, if traders are bearish on the stock, or the market overall, a short trade could be made at the $32 level instead.
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1986-style real estate “crash” coming (again)

“Crazy” asset prices make no sense: “the numbers just don’t work.” Really??
Landry’s Chairman Tilman Fertitta explains why he sees a crash of the U.S. real estate market coming that’s similar to the fall experienced in 1986. Here is a direct video link.
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The ExOne Company manufactures and sells three dimensional printing machines and printing products in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. The company provides Max, Print, Flex, and Lab machines that enable designers and engineers to design and produce industrial prototypes and production parts; and ExMicro Orion machine, a laser micromachining product for conventional and exotic materials. It also offers associated materials comprising consumables and replacement parts; and other services, such as pre-print services, training, and technical support.
Take a look at the 1-year chart of ExOne (Nasdaq: XONE) below with my added notations:
1-year chart of ExOne (Nasdaq: XONE)
For most of the year XONE has not been able to get out of its own way. A peak at $70 was followed by a low at almost $15. Along the way, the stock has created a very important price level at $25 (black). XONE has also tested the price of $20 (red) as support for the 2nd time in the last 3 weeks. At some point either the $25 or $20 level will have to break.

The Tale of the Tape: XONE has key levels to watch at $20 and $25. Long trades could be considered at $20 or on a break through $25. Short trades could be made at $25 or on a break below $20.
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New Oil Order Will Come in 2015: Currie

Goldman Sachs Global Head of Commodities Research Jeffrey Currie discusses the drop in oil prices, outlook for gold and impact of currencies on commodities. He speaks with Jonathan Ferro on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.”
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Stansberry Radio Ep. 260: The Last Chapter with Dr. Steve Sjuggerud

Steve Sjuggerud joins Frank on his last S&A Investor Podcast.
This week, Frank explains why he's no longer with Stansberry Research, who'll be taking his seat in our podcast studio, and what's next.
For his last podcast interview on the Stansberry Radio Network, he asked his friend and mentor Steve Sjuggerud, the editor of True Wealth and True Wealth Systems to join him.
They talk about the stock market, the real estate market, gold, China, Russia and a lot more.
Steve gives our listeners’ one of his best ideas, details on a large Chinese ETF. . Franks asks him the difference between that and another well-known fund composed of similar equities. Steve explains the difference between them and why his pick is so unique right now.
Steve explains the difference between them and why ASHR is so unique right now.
Frank signs off thanking everyone in the Stansberry family for all they've done for him over these last few years. (click here for audio)

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