Forecast correction levels: The Dow Jones

  Current Level Current valuation suggests that the DJIA is 23.88 % over inflated above what we consider to be the viable upper range of the DJIA. Should the federal reserve begin the process of removing the $4 Trillion USD of Quantitative Easing and Asset...

Forecast correction levels: The NASDAQ

  Current Level Both our external forecasting data along with our own modelling data suggest that the NASDAQ 100 is 39.31% overvalued compared to its Primary Support Valuation Level(Yellow Line). Because of the Type of shares the NASDAQ 100 represents we have...

Forecast correction levels: The S&P 500

  Current Level Due to the S&P 500’s comparatively small size equivalent to the NAZDAQ 100 or the DJIA in terms of its current level and its likely size of correction current forecasts indicate that a drop of 512 points to the Primary Support Valuation Level...

Effects of Margin Debt on an inflated market

What is Margin Debt: The dollar value of securities purchased with borrowed money. Traditionally margin debt should not exceed 50% of a share purchase whilst a borrower is obliged maintain a 25% liquidity level comparative to total debt. Margin debt allows financial...

The effects of US QE on the US markets

The End Of US Quantitative Easing: Next month (October) is expected to represent the end of the Federal reserves Quantitative Easing and Asset Purchasing program, which when completed is to have resulted in a total of $4 trillion USD being pumped into the US money...

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