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February 22, 2013
06:18 EDTUSO, CSCOStocks with implied volatility movement; CSCO USO
Stocks with implied volatility movement; Cisco (CSCO), United States Oil Fund (USO) according to iVolatility.
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April 17, 2015
14:58 EDTUSOOn The Fly: Weekly technical notes for Tech SPDR ahead of earnings in sector
Among the potentially significant charts for the coming week, The Fly is watching the Technology Select Sector SPDR (XLK), Financial SPDR (XLF), the S&P 500 (SPX) and the United States Oil Fund (USO). TECHNOLOGY SPDR: In a week ahead filled with important tech names reporting earnings, the ETF is also trending close to long-term support at its 50-week moving average at $40.33. The uptrend in this ETF has been stable since late 2011, with only a minor test below the 50-week on two occasions in that time. A breakdown could therefore be quite bearish and would be a significant drag on the S&P 500 index given its heavy weighting therein. FINANCIAL SPDR: After a week heavy with bank earnings, the ETF is close to an important long-term technical inflection point. Looking at a 5-year chart, the 50-week moving average is nearby at $23.55. A breakdown below that level in the week ahead could end the run the sector has enjoyed since June 2012. Support below would be at $22.89. Given the high degree of correlation with the S&P 500, weakness or strength in the Financials could help determine where the index goes next. S&P 500: The index took a hit in trading today that edged it below the 50-day moving average. For now the key area of interest on the downside is at 2040 to 2030, the low of its current trading range. Without a break lower, the range bound nature of index trading is likely to persist. The range is approximately between 2040 and 2110, putting the action at week's end right in the middle ahead of big earnings next week. In the context of the long-term trend, the index is nearing a test of support at its 50-week moving average which was last at 2011.50. Until or if that level breaks, the bias is still up. The 50-week has only been broken in major fashion once since the rally began in early 2012 and that was during the lows of October last year. UNITED STATES OIL FUND (USO): The ETF ticked a key level this past week and needs to be watched closely in the coming week. If the $20 level is breached again on the upside it would signal the potential for a strong run higher. The pattern is currently that of a rounding bottom with a bullish inverted head and shoulders embedded within that has upside potential over time to $21.50 to $22.
April 16, 2015
10:51 EDTCSCOOptions with increasing implied volatility
Options with increasing implied volatility: PNK ARRY FOSL NSAM WUBA ARCP CSCO
April 15, 2015
18:32 EDTCSCOIdentiv, Cisco enter agreement to provide solutions for Internet of Everything
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14:18 EDTUSOUnited States Oil Fund nears key technical resistance
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07:46 EDTCSCOEricsson, Juniper in focus for deals after Nokia-Alcatel tie-up, Bloomberg says
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April 14, 2015
11:55 EDTCSCOCommunication equipment stocks active after potential Nokia-Alcatel deal
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10:50 EDTCSCOOptions with increasing implied volatility
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05:56 EDTCSCOStocks with implied volatility movement; CSCO MAC
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April 13, 2015
07:31 EDTCSCOHealthcare Information & Management Systems Society to hold a conference
HIMSS 2015 is being held in Chicago on April 12-16.
April 7, 2015
19:54 EDTCSCOCisco, American Express invest in mobile wallet startup, Economic Times says
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12:53 EDTUSOUnited States Oil Fund has a bullish price pattern in progress
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