Binary Option Signal on Oil
Wednesday’s Department of Energy’s Inventory number will likely drive prices in the short term and a close below 97.45, will likely lead to short term liquidation. Continue reading
The financials has been gaining traction as the US markets have moved higher throughout the beginning of the first quarter. Although most has a difficult time with earnings, Morgan Stanley seemed to bring it all together in the fourth quarter.
Morgan Stanley has also been the leader in the race to bring Face book public. The Internet giant is close to picking Morgan Stanley to lead the deal. Wall Street banks, many of them struggling amid a crimp in trading profits, have been jostling for a leading role in the deal, which could yield them tens of millions of dollars in banker fees.
MS beat earnings and revenue, and should continue to show solid results in the first quarter. Morgan Stanley logged revenue of $5.71 billion. Analysts expected to see revenue of $5.22 billion. Sales were 28% lower than the prior-year quarter’s $7.81 billion.
Morgan Stanley ran into technical resistance near the 200-day moving average, and a break of this level will likely lead to a test of the October 2011 highs near 1960. A close above this level should continue to see the stock rise.
The trade – purchase a daily binary call option on a daily close above 19.75.
Asset : Morgan & Stanley
The trade : Binary Call Option
Expiry time : End of day
When : On a daily close above 19.75
Result : In the money
As investors await this week FOMC meeting, talk of a potential QE3 has started to make the rounds. Inflation is continuing to grind lower and the US Federal Reserve feels they have the ability to maneuver rates to boost employment
The increase in liquidity that will likely come from not only the FOMC but additionally the PBOC, which is at the beginning of an easing cycle, could push gold prices higher which is already occurring. Continue reading
Walt Disney is beginning to make strides and is poised to report earnings on February 7th. The stock has been moving higher on better than expected retail sales and strong park attendance during the holiday season. Continue reading
The Euro is starting to percolate as the risk on trade is back in vogue in the currency markets, and a short squeeze could be in the making. The Commitment of Traders reported showed that short positions in the Euro reached an 52 week high, and could create a quick exit for the door. Continue reading
2012 has started on a positive note, but investors continued to monitor issues related to the European debt crisis and have not fully decoupled the US markets from European bourses. During this period yields on Europe have remained relatively high and the VIX volatility index has remained stabled. Continue reading
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The price of crude oil continues to remain at the top end of the current range despite worse than expected inventory data released on Wednesday by the Department of Energy. Natural gas prices, which have hit a new decade low has also been a headwind on oil prices, as commercials can now switch into less expensive gas as opposed to oil. Continue reading
The financials have started 2012 on a solid note despite continued worries about European banks which have created headwinds for US institutions. US financials have started to cut costs in an effort to increase their overall net profits.
At the end of 2011, Morgan Stanley said it will cut 580 of its 1,600 proposed job cuts at its N.Y. headquarters. Morgan Stanley (MS) plans to cut 2.6% of its employees at all levels between now and the end of January of 2012. Continue reading
Manufacturing activity in the U.K. improved in December, which continued to keep the EUR/GBP as the bottom end of the current range despite remaining in contraction territory for the third consecutive month below 50.
The report, from market research group Markit showed that its U.K. manufacturing PMI rose by 2.0 points to 49.6 in December from a reading of 47.7 in November, whose figure was revised up from 47.6. Analysts had expected the manufacturing PMI to ease down by 0.4 points to 47.3. Continue reading