Earnings are 90% in the can and not only are they not bad, but they are also the best since 2010.
Articles by Bob Iaccino
Path Trading Partners
Bob Iaccino has spent the last 24 years in commodities, futures, FX, and equity options. He appears weekly on media outlets including CNBC, Bloomberg Television, CNN, and Fox News and has done over 900 interviews. He started with Nikko Securities as a phone clerk and went on to become Chief Market Strategist for Commerzbank Futures and for a proprietary trading firm in Chicago. In 2008, Bob began teaching his techniques to the public. Bob has taught over 7000 individuals and given seminars in many countries in the Americas and Middle East. In 2013, Bob Join Tethys Partners as Chief Markets Strategist. In 2015, Bob and his trading partner, Mike Arnold launched Path Trading Partners to continue teaching their trading strategies and launch an international proprietary trading group.
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By Bob Iaccino, November 05, 2018
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By Bob Iaccino, November 02, 2018
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By Bob Iaccino, October 29, 2018
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By Bob Iaccino, October 26, 2018
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By Bob Iaccino, October 22, 2018
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By Bob Iaccino, October 19, 2018
The selloff in the NASDAQ, S&P and the Dow last week was both rapid and revealing.
By Bob Iaccino, October 15, 2018
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By Bob Iaccino, October 12, 2018
September’s Non-Farm payrolls number (NFP) was released as scheduled on Friday morning and it delivered exactly what the Fed needed, if not what the stocks market wanted.
By Bob Iaccino, October 08, 2018
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By Bob Iaccino, October 05, 2018