Emperor Searcy Let Go from Hot 107.9 Due to Radio One Budget Cuts

Emperor Searcy Let Go from Hot 107.9 Due to Radio One Budget Cuts

20 years in the game from the days when Hot 107.9 was Hot 97.5,  Emperor Searcy is an ATL radio legend.  He eats, sleeps, and breathes ATL everything. From music to sports, you always knew you could find Searcy reppin’ for the “A.”  According, AJC.com, Dwayne “Emperor” Searcy has been let go by Hot 107.9 due to the Radio One Atlanta budget cuts. As reported by Radio Facts CEO, Kevin Ross, Radio…

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Stock workers took a break outside the New York Stock Exchange after a computer glitch halted trading, July 8, 2015. A software update installed last night at the exchange is suspected of causing the shutdown.

Exchange officials ruled out hackers for the glitch, saying on Twitter, “the issue we are experiencing is an internal technical issue and is not the result of a cyber breach.”

Floor traders milled about inside the exchange, with a few going outside to Wall Street, while officials tried to get systems back up and running.

The glitch is the latest to hit the exchange in the past few years, underscoring how reliant traders have become on software. The unexpected trading outage lasted over three hours before trading resumed.

BREAKING: Trading has been halted at the New York Stock Exchange 

“We’re currently experiencing a technical issue that we’re working to resolve as soon as possible,” the NYSE said, according to CNBC.

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Nvidia stock analysis using a bullish trade setup

From 2002 to the beginning of 2003, Nvidia stock (NVDA) was in a downtrend.  Notice the blue and red spots on the chart.  At the start of 2003, the stock recovered and rose from 2003 to 2006.  Detect the price action between the red and the green spots.

During the bullish phase it crossed above the fifty percent Fibonacci retracement level (horizontal turquoise line) of the prior bearish trend.  The dark green spot highlighted the retest of the 50% level which provided a viable bullish setup.

After the bullish setup, market participants bought the stock which rose from mid 2006 up to the last quarter of 2007.

Spot the bullish progression between dark green spot and thepink.  A second bullish price structure (a higher low) is also noted (see the black spot on the chart).  From the highest price level (pink spot) in 2007, the stock pulled back to the

black horizontal line, but failed to find more buyers because

of the 2007-2008 financial crisis.

Notice that swing traders and investors who ignored the trading

triangle (at the orange spot) had to close their positions before the

second down move.  At the time of this writing in October 2013,

the stock is “hovering around” the initial 50% Fibonacci retracement level.

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#MarketUpdate: Is the growing US economy going to lead to a rate hike in 2015?

Stocks are mixed today, as the growing US economy appears consistent with comments by the Federal and possibly setting up a 2015 rate hike. Dow -0.02%, S&P -0.1%, Nasdaq +0.2%, R2000 0.1%

  • On the economic front, quarterly GDP showed us that the economy picked up the pace in the 2nd quarter and 1st quarter revisions were adjusted from an initial negative 0.2% to +0.6%. Also, weekly jobless claims saw a slight increase (+12k, to 267k) this past week, but remained at historic lows and further confirmed a robust jobs market.

  • July has been a dismal month for Commodity prices, with growth in China decelerating and a strong US dollar. The Bloomberg Commodity Index is off by more than 9.5% in July, the largest monthly decline since September 2011 and falling to lowest level since March 2002.
  • Shares of Western Digital are soaring today (10%), following quarterly results and on pace for its best day since July 2012. Of the 139 S&P 500 companies have released earnings this week, EPS remains strong (74% beat rate), but it’s not carrying over to Revenue (50% beat rate).

Technical Take Despite the bullish push above resistances yesterday (assist Dr. Yellen), that’s history now as we’re seeing a lack of commitment to follow through in the form of buying interest at these levels.  We urged caution yesterday that we’d likely see another swing lower before we can get the green light to rally and we still believe that’s what is most likely.  Watch for a return of strength in the leaders and at least stabilization in the laggards for first sign of a turn. Continue to be wary of strength in energy, materials and industrials as likely short-lived, short covering rallies which would not be indicative of broader market strength.   

  • Last session the S&P 500 Index (SPX) did close above 2100 as resistance but as we see today, traders are not ready to push higher yet.  Intraday, 2095 the level of the 100 day moving average, will be looked to for support while yesterday’s close will be resistance at 2108
  • The Nasdaq Composite Index is also meandering lower after its marginal close above 5100 as resistance yesterday.  For today we’ll watch 5076 as support which is congruent with the 50 day moving average and yesterday’s close will be resistance at 5111.  Contributing to the index’s weakness is Biotech, which for the second day in a row is the weakest of all sectors and tech, the next weakest because FB’s earnings were apparently, but unsurprisingly, not good enough after the parabolic rip into them. 

Today’s chart shows the numbers for the percentage of stocks above their 50 and 10 day moving averages for the members of the Nasdaq Composite Index.  Fuel for rally or just another demonstration of poor breadth?