2006-03-09T17:07:48.213-08:00Another ugly day on Wallstreet as both the Dow and Naz continue to leak oil. What's more, with the employment report due out tomorrow things may get really interesting in a hurry. Stevie Wallstreet lays out his game plan in this edition of Market Vibe on HOT Radio and shares to two key "tells" to watch going forward that will tip you off on where the market is headed. Also, keep an eye on (GOOG) as it approaches an important area of support.
2006-03-07T17:01:43.003-08:00Yowsa... the market looks far uglier than what the finally tally displayed today for the Dow. Stevie Wallstreet will give you the 411 along with key support and resistance levels to key off going forward. Also, he'll touch upon some movers and shakers and why (GOOG) may be setting up for a trade.
2006-02-28T17:19:39.550-08:00It was a wild a crazy day on Wall Street as (GOOG) has the bulls running for cover, selling over a quick 50 points in a matter of minutes. Suffice it to say the stock is a mess from a technical standpoint so who knows where we go from here. Nevertheless, Stevie Wallstreet will help you sort out the day's action and he also shares two of his recent winning trades (ISRG) and (CME).
2006-02-23T15:18:18.423-08:00Stevie Wallstreet is back in the saddle with some more juicy info on how to tame this wild and wooly beast we call Wall Street. Today, both the Dow and Naz came under pressure so Stevie will give you the low-down on key technical levels to keep an eye on. Also, Coach Wall Street is back with some more "game film" as he review some recent losing trades: (BRCM), (JOE), and (NDAQ). As they say, it's better to learn from the mistakes of others than spend the money making your own!
2006-02-21T16:15:56.756-08:00The bulls give a little back on this Tuesday but Stevie Wallstreet isn't worried... yet anyway. Tune into today's edition of Market Vibe on HOT Radio to find out why. Also, Coach Wallstreet is in the house and it's time to review some game film! That's right... he's gonna review four recent trades with you so you can learn exactly why he got in and out, racking up profits of (AMD) 105% in 7 days, (HIG) 100% in 1o days, (WYNN) 73% in 3 days, and (FDX) 90% in 9 days!
2006-02-16T17:35:47.686-08:00Turn up the volume because it's... SHOWTIME! Stevie Wallstreet is back with another intoxicating edition of Market Vibe found only on HOT Radio! Both the Dow and Naz c0ntinue to march higher with the Dow breaking out of its recent trading range. Stevie gives you his upside target. Also, movers and shakers - how 'bout (GOOG)! You knew the stock was due for a rally due to all the (GOOG)-haters that have been coming out of the woodwork lately, including Barons (which is exactly why the stock rallied!) Also, Mr. Wallstreets checks out: (PD), (PCU), (AAPL), (BTU), and (CLF).
2006-02-09T19:44:30.520-08:00The great fade - that more or less desribes today's action as the Dow finished off its highs and the Naz went negative on the day after trading higher most of the trading session. Clearly it's not the type of action the bulls were hoping for and Stevie Wallstreet lets you know what it all means in today's edition of Market Vibe. Bottom line - stocks are hurtin' as former leaders and leading sectors are getting hammered. Stevie checks 'em out: (AAPL), (GOOG), (WFMI), oil, copper, etc.
2006-02-07T13:49:45.323-08:00My, oh my, the bulls got slammed in the commodity-related stocks today as oil, gold, copper, etc. all traded down. Let's face, trees don't grow to the sky so a pullback was to be expected. So, is this the beginning of the end for these highflying stocks? Stevie Wallstreet gives you the 411 in today's edition of Market Vibe on HOT Radio! Also, he takes a look the key levels you should be focussed on for both the Dow and the Naz. Finally, he scopes out the following charts: (CME), (GOOG), (PD), (TS), (RTP), (OIH), (VLO), (CLF), (SLB), (NVDA), (LRCX), (TRMB), (AZO), (CW), (SHLD), and (UHS).
2006-02-02T16:43:29.603-08:00Whassssup! Stevie Wallstreet is ready for another sizzlin' edition of Market Vibe. So what's up the optionmeister's sleeve on today's show? Well, he's goin' to give you the skinny on the recent price action and whether or not it should have the bulls running for cover. Also, he checks under the "hood" and shares an important "tell" as to the health of the market. Plus, he shares one of his time-tested secrets for ferreting out HOT stocks. And he wraps the show up with a handful of tasty setups to keep an eye on: (STX), (TRMB), (ESRX), (FLR), and (ROK).
2006-01-26T16:09:28.506-08:00Both the Dow and Nasdaq were in fine form Thursday as they surged higher with gusto. Stevie Wallstreet breaks the action down and what key levels of support to key off going forward. Also, (GOOG) has earnings coming up on the 31st - does it make for a good straddle? Stevie gives you the 411 and he shares his thoughts on what sentiment is telling you. Finally, he checks out the charts of (AAPL), (HAL), (CELG), (DP), (GS), (LEH), (LM), and (FDG).
2006-01-19T18:06:31.886-08:00Another wild and crazy day on Wall Street as sour earnings from (AAPL) and (EBAY) didn't deter the bulls whatsoever! In fact, (EBAY traded down in after-market trading on Wednesday but gapped higher on the open today, surging more than three points higher before backing off. Suffice it to say, it was a nasty headfake for those that sold Wednesday. Stevie Wallstreet tackles that plus he looks at the charts of both the Dow and Nasdaq, earnings after the close, market internals, market sentiment, and shares a host of stocks to watch during tomorrow's trading, e.g., (DE, (SHLD), (MFLX), (SLB), (LM), (LEH), (MER), (GS), (XBD.X), (SMH), (SOX.X), (BRCM), and (MRVL).
2006-01-17T17:34:46.023-08:00Stevie Wallstreet here and it's going to be another barn burner tomorrow as (YHOO) and (INTC) disappointed after the close with their earnings. Both are trading down and taking a host of stocks with them in after market trading, e.g., (GOOG) , (EBAY) , (AAPL) , (BRCM) , (MRVL) , and (NVDA) ... to name a few! Both the Dow and Nasdaq still remain in uptrends so if tomorrow elicits a nasty selloff tune in to see how I'll be playing it tomorrow. Also, with (EBAY) and (AAPL) announcing earnings after the close tomorrow will they make good straddle plays? I'll give you my 2 cents worth there as well so tune into HOT Radio and profit!
2006-01-05T16:24:52.940-08:00This is the third and final installment of Stevie Wallstreet's special podcast, "Stevie Wallstreets HOT Tips and Picks for '06!" In today's segment Stevie shares his favorite sectors and stocks within those sectors for the upcoming trading year. Make sure you have pen and paper handy because he's got a plethora of ticker symbols for you to keep an eye on, e.g., (CLF), (ACI), (ATI), (MON), (FCX), (NEM), (GOOG), (RTP), (VLO), and many, many more!
2006-01-04T09:02:38.043-08:00Welcome back to part 2 of our special podcast, "Stevie Wallstreet's HOT Tips and Picks for '06!" In today's segment Stevie takes a look at how to cash in on the collapse in volatility as measured by the (VIX), (VXN), (QQV), and (VXO). More specifically, he shares with you two must-have strategies that will help you not only survive, but thrive in the upcoming trading year.
2005-12-29T17:25:26.253-08:00Welcome out to this special edition of Market Vibe on HOT Radio: Part I Stevie Wallstreet's High Octane Trading Tips and Picks for '06! In today's information-rich edition Stevie takes a look at where we've been in 2005 and what factors set the stage for a more explosive and volatile 2006. From oil to hurricanes and soaring commodity prices to interest rates the market had its hands full in 2005. What's more, three factors will play an important role in 2006 and Stevie Wallstreet sheds light on all of it so tune in a profit!
2005-12-16T05:53:49.793-08:00Another tortuous day on Wall Street as both the Naz and Dow fell a couple points. When will it end? Stevie Wallstreet shares some insight as to why the bulls are having such a hard time driving prices higher and it may not get any better. What's more, previous High Octane Stocks such as: KOSP, CUTR, and CUTR are getting slammed so this no time for complacency. Finally, Stevie Wallstreet shares five stocks to watch tomorrow: (MON), (AET), (AVID), (ESRX), and (ABC).
2005-12-13T15:04:17.153-08:00Greenspam speaks! That's right it was time for the FOMC to give us their latest decision on interest rates and expected they raised them - the 13th consecutive time! What's more, the Fed's statement gave traders hope that they may be done soon, perhaps as early as the next meeting. Stevie Wallstreet thinks differently and he'll let you know why. Plus, he's noticing a bearish development in the Dow and he breaks down a handful of charts: (GOOG), (AGN), (HHH), (PNRA), (BBH), (DNA), (AMGN), (CUTR), (BBY), (ISRG), and (NTRI).
2005-12-08T17:11:46.120-08:00Yikes... another down day for the bulls. But have no fear, Stevie Wallstreet is here to help you make sense of it all. In fact, both the Dow and Nasdaq can continue to fall and the current bull market will still be in tact until his next key area is breached. He tells you exactly what that is plus gives you his number one stock to watch tomorrow. Additionally, he analyzes the charts of: (MTH), (CME), (TS), (OIH), (GOOG), and (WFMI).
2005-12-06T17:10:16.940-08:00Both the Dow and Nasdaq faded in the last hour of trading, making one wonder whether or not December will turn out to be a lemon for the bulls? Stevie Wallstreet gives you his take on what this bearish price action means and throws in the usual dose of insightful charts: (MCK), (BNI), (KOSP), (WC), (EFII), (GOOG), (CME), (AAPL), and (AGN).
2005-12-02T07:11:59.123-08:00A smokin' hot day on Wall Street as the bulls kick off December with a bang! Stevie Wallstreets takes you inside the action, including what sectors have been hot. He also takes a broad look at the various sentiment measures and why caution is warranted going forward. Plus, he takes a look at some charts: (SIGI), (STTX), (MON), (RTP), (RIO), (GENZ), (BBH), (DNA), (AMGN), and (PD).
2005-11-29T16:02:54.966-08:00Both the Dow and the Nasdaq decided to take a much-needed rest as traders settle back in after the Thanksgiving holiday. Stevie Wallstreet is here with another insightful edition of Market Vibe to help you position yourself for success on Wall Street. What's more, in today's show he shares his core list of HOT Stocks to watch so don't miss it!
2005-11-22T14:33:27.910-08:00Another smokin' day for the bulls as both the Dow and Nasdaq continue to defy gravity and march higher. Stevie Wallstreet gives you some insight on where stocks head from here and checks out some delectable charts: (GOOG), (EBAY), (YHOO), (OIH), (HHH), (GENZ), (AAPL), (ADLR), (ISRG), (CME), and (GLD).
2005-11-17T17:10:40.646-08:00Holy smokes... the Dow finally did it! The bulls were able to close it above the key 10,700 area, setting the stage for a potential "melt-up" as traders scamble to ride the bullish wave. Mr. Market will ultimately have the final say but you can't dispute today's bullish price action. Stevie Wallstreet also shares why the media is late to the party on the demise of the housing sector and takes a look at the following charts: (HGX), (FFIV), (IRM), (EBAY), (GOOG), (YHOO), (SIGI), (AET), (PGR), and (ADP).
2005-11-15T17:47:11.540-08:00A promising day was all for naught as stocks sold off around noon, setting the stage for a showdown at 10,700 on the Dow and 2,200 on the Nasda. Stevie Wallstreet gives you his 2 cents worth and shares why he's still troubled by his all-important indicator for determining underlying weakness in the market. He also gives you four stocks to watch tomorrow: (RRGB), (CRYP), (IRM), and (ESRX).
2005-11-10T15:20:36.166-08:00Another impressive outing by the bulls as it's getting closer to "put up or shut up" time on the Dow. Stevie Wallstreet gives you the skinny in today's information-packed edition of Market Vibe. He'll also share what one of his favorite indicators is saying and why it's potentially bearish for the market. Plus, he checks out today's movers and shakers and breaks down the following charts: RKH, ITT, SNDK, HAR, FAST, ASF, BVF, GPN, BBY, CBG, and AX.