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Trading Tips With Jim Stromberg Jim Stromberg is a trader, author, and podcaster who has been trading stocks for over 25 years. He has seen the markets go through ups and downs, bull and bear markets. Jim is the host of the popular podcast "Trading Tips with Jim Stromberg," where he shares his insights on the markets and technical analysis with his listeners.
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With minimal resistance ahead, Nasdaq appears poised for further gains following last week's 2.85% increase. While buy signals are on the rise across various markets, they have yet to reach overbought levels. In the $1000 challenge, the investment in Astria Therapeutic (ATXS) made last Monday at $15.61 is currently experiencing a 3% loss, bringing …
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This week it will be all about FED and Nvidia as the market is battling for the next direction. First out is Nvidia presentation on Monday, while FED and Powell will give market update on Wednesday. Xpeng to give quarter results on Tuesday and can this spark some fire in EV again? Snap was sold last week with a profit of 6.73% leaving $2.244 in the…
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This week will be all about FED and Nvidia as the market is battling to move in the next direction. First out is the Nvidia presentation on Monday, while FED and Powell will give a market update on Wednesday. Xpeng will give the quarter results on Tuesday. Can this spark some fire in EV again?Snap was sold last week with a profit of 6.73%, leaving …
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On Wednesday, Powel and the Fed will give some insights into their thinking for 2024. No big surprises are expected as the forecasted decline in interest rates is pushed to the second half of 2024. But the market will pay close attention to the wording as Nasdaq is at a new all-time high. The trade into Snap is going slow, but there are signs that …
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In the hunt for the next double, the bet went on SNAP last week, but it has not yielded so far. Is SNAP up for the challenge this week, or will it be a bust? This is one of the many questions as we go into a week where Nasdaq will test the 16.000 resistance, and LI and Costco will release their quarter results. Tune in for this week's shortened Tra…
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AEHR sold with 23.18% profit marking the first successful doubling where $1.000 has turned into $2103.55 in the $1000 podcast challenge. This week's bet will be on a re-bounce trade as the hunt for the next double at $4.000 begins. As the quarter season ends, Nvidia, Walmart, and Home Depot will release their quarter results this week. While the ma…
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This week, the $1000 invested in the $1000 challenge will probably pass the first double at $2000, and the hunt for the second double at $4000 can begin. Last week's bet into Aehr Test Systems (AEHR) has given almost a 15% return. The forthcoming trading week will mark the end of the first quarter result season as by Friday, more than 85% of the ma…
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The trade in Lucid (LCID) is closed with a 40.75% profit, and a new pick is ready for the $1000 challenge. However, the Nasdaq trading in the upper part of the trend channel and becoming overbought indicates a high chance of a challenging trading week ahead. Like last week, big companies are releasing their quarter results this week, including Peps…
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If you had invested in the chemical and ammunition maker Olin Corporation (OLIN) just a few months before the last US election, you would have made 5x your money. And Olin is far from the only company that has benefited from the uptick in geopolitical tensions. This week, we will learn if more calls for arms and equipment have helped Boeing (BA), w…
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Amid Nasdaq's quest for an all-time high, investors are eyeing 'war stocks' as global military spending rises. While well-known companies like Boeing, GM, DuPont, Krupp, Volkswagen, and Hugo Boss historically capitalized on wartime production and transitioned to post-war success, lesser-known firms that produced everything from hermetic seals to sh…
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"🔥 Stay Ahead in the Stock Market with 'Trading Tips with Jim'! 🔥 In this week's episode, we dive into the impact of escalating tensions in the Middle East on global inflation and energy prices. As major tech companies face downsizing challenges, we discuss the implications of their significant layoffs. 📉 Key Highlights: Analysis of the Middle East…
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After netting 35% from the bet on Repare Therapeutics Inc in the $1,000 challenge, a new bet will be placed. This time, the focus will be on NIO, anticipating a good week ahead. The week may start quietly, but by the end, the market will receive the December CPI numbers and the PPI numbers. Both are expected to show a slight increase month-over-mon…
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A new trading year is upon us, and it promises to be a special one. While the world grapples with inflation, wars, and a divided political climate, Nasdaq roared and gained more than 43% last year. What does this year hold? Will it be the magic year of insane gains, or will the dreadful statistics prove right, causing a second wave of falls that va…
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This week, the Federal Reserve (Fed) is scheduled to speak on Wednesday, where it will be announced whether the interest rates will remain unchanged or be adjusted. Before this, on Tuesday, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures will be released, providing insights into the current inflation trends. The major bet in the market right now is for Fed'…
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Gold is setting new all-time highs as it moves faster and faster upwards to the $2500 target, making the long-term bet into gold a solid investment. Nasdaq remains stubborn in overbought, and NYSE is hitting 55% buy signals. The last time that happened was followed by some rapid falls, but with optimistic markets, a new green week may lie ahead. In…
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On Thursday, crucial inflation data will impact the market with the release of the Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) numbers. This could either boost or sink the market, as it will guide the Federal Reserve on whether to increase interest rates or not. The Nasdaq continues to push into overbought territory, while the number of buy signals is …
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The Nasdaq index shows signs of being overbought, with its RSI14 (Relative Strength Index) topping a historically high of 91, indicating that investors are anticipating further upward movements. Significant market activity is expected despite the shortened trading week due to Thanksgiving on Thursday. Notably, Nvidia is slated to announce its quart…
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This week, we're set to receive new inflation data, and major corporations such as Target, Home Depot, Cisco, Advance Auto Parts, and EV manufacturer Xpeng are scheduled to release their quarterly results. The US is facing challenges in selling new debt; we'll explore how this might impact future markets. In this week's episode of the Stockinvest p…
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Last week's bet on a strong performance was a good choice, as the NASDAQ rose 6.6% last week, making it the best week in 2023 for the index. The question remains whether this momentum can be sustained this week as the NASDAQ now approaches the upper boundary of the falling trend. In the $1000 challenge, switching from OXY to NIO has so far yielded …
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Nasdaq is oversold on RSI, and the buy and sell signals are flagging a short-term buying opportunity where Nasdaq should be able to push back to the 13,000 level. The week will again be packed with quarter results, with Apple numbers coming on Thursday, but before that, FED and Powell will give their speech on Wednesday. In the $1000 challenge, a n…
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Markets are struggling, with the Nasdaq once again dropping below 13,000 points. Geopolitical tensions are escalating just as US markets approach the significant quarterly results week. Companies such as Microsoft, Meta, General Motors, and Boeing will release their figures. Amidst this turmoil, investments in oil, gold, and war continue to yield r…
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This week, the bet in Occidental Petroleum (OXY) continues. As the market faces the geo-political uncertainties with the war in Ukraine and the brewing war in the Middle East, the bet is that oil prices will continue up and the markets will be very volatile. Mitigating the risk by staying in dividend payers and good trends seems more critical than …
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This week, new inflation numbers will hit the market as it tries to take a stand on how the war in Israel will impact the markets. Oil prices are roaring back as possible sanctions against Iran could cut supply and put pressure on prices. Everything indicates a very volatile week, but the low number of buy signals suggests a positive week for Nasda…
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Nasdaq barely finished in the green last week with a slight increase of 0.05%. Given its oversold status and position at the bottom of the trend, there is a high likelihood of another positive week for Nasdaq. With many companies currently undervalued, selecting the right investment could yield strong returns in a market rebound. The $1,000 Challen…
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Recent indicators suggest that the Nasdaq might be poised for a rebound. Despite being considerably oversold, its current pivot bottom on the RSI chart and a record-low 12% buy signals hint at a bullish trend. As the week unfolds, key economic data points will be released, including consumer spending figures, GDP growth, jobless claim reports, and …
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This week, the Nasdaq is set to test the 13,600-point support level. We're also anticipating insights from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday. Concerns are rising over the escalating situation in Taiwan, which could significantly disrupt the stock markets if it intensifies. Last week, Tetra Technologies Inc (TTI) boosted earnings in the $1000 challen…
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This week, the August inflation numbers will be released on Wednesday. For August, the inflation is expected to go up by 0.6%, while the 12-month inflation is expected to rise by 3.6%. Apple will be in focus tomorrow as the company has its yearly presentation. Usually, the event leads to a jump in the Apple stock price. Will that be the case this t…
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After two consecutive positive weeks on the Nasdaq, the charts and signals indicate a high likelihood of a weaker market this week. The US unemployment rate is creeping up as more people look to join the workforce, and oil prices continue to rise. Are we potentially heading towards the infamous stagflation? After experiencing losses, the $1000 chal…
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A low amount of buy signals and a significant number of stocks at the lower end of the trend channel indicate a high probability for yet another green week at Nasdaq. The week's primary focus will be PCE numbers on Thursdays, along with job numbers. Several companies are scheduled for quarter updates, and among these are NIO. Signs indicate a new u…
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A limited number of buy signals suggest that the Nasdaq could be approaching a turning point, possibly as early as this week. The spotlight this week will primarily be on Nvidia (#NVDA) and the commentary from Powell and the Federal Reserve on Friday. Intercept (#ICPT) will be exiting the $1000 challenge and will be replaced by a speculative positi…
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FTC Solar Inc., Cisco, and Verizon might offer investment opportunities this week as more stocks appear to be reaching potentially favorable buying positions—either due to being oversold or sitting at the lows of their respective trends. AI and EV sectors are likewise moving into accumulation zones, as recommended in earlier episodes of this podcas…
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This Thursday, we might find a reason to celebrate modest inflation figures. However, the recent increase in oil prices suggests that inflation will not disappear soon. Disney's performance will become apparent as they release their quarterly results this Wednesday. As stocks currently reside at the high end of the trend, there's potential for furt…
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This week, industry giants Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), and numerous other top-tier companies are slated to unveil their quarterly results. Intercept is the chosen stock for our $1,000 challenge, which will announce its results on Wednesday, August 2nd. Tune in to our special holiday edition of 'Trading Tips With Jim' from the picturesque Old Town …
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A hectic week awaits the markets, with over 150 companies poised to announce quarterly results. Among them are prominent players such as Meta, Alphabet (Google), and The Coca-Cola Company. In addition to these corporate announcements, we anticipate key Q2 GDP figures and the potential for a new rate hike from the Federal Reserve. While the market s…
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This week we're excited to kick off the new "Trader Portfolio" in our podcast series, home of the intriguing $1,000 challenge. Join our host, Jim, as he sets out on a mission to maximize a $1,000 investment. In this week's episode, Jim reveals the first stock he's targeting for a potential 20-30% return. But it's not all smooth sailing. With buy si…
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Electric Vehicle (EV) stocks are red-hot, indicating significant long-term growth potential. A few weeks ago, we recommended EV stocks, and indeed, they've performed impressively. One such example is Tesla, which, after forming a head and shoulder formation about ten days ago, achieved the $240 target before bouncing back to the neckline. This week…
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All signals indicate a red week ahead, and maybe more so for stocks in the AI hype. Tesla has formed a head and shoulder formation (HS) indication of a minimum $20 drop to $240. If this formation is proven false, the stock will jump quickly to $300, so either way, it will be an exciting week for Tesla shareholders. More economic data and some Q-res…
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Welcome to episode #25/2023! This time, we're diving into the hot topic of the market's current status. Is a major market correction right around the corner? With all signs pointing to an overbought market, it's time we take a closer look. Join us in this enlightening discussion, where we dissect why the market is in overbought territory. We'll als…
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Could we finally be witnessing the dawn of a bull market, with the Nasdaq establishing a new footing above the 13,000 points benchmark? The index is currently overbought by both chart and numerical indications, signified by a surging volume of stocks issuing buy signals. Yet, solid support lies beneath, and this fact bolsters the growing optimism t…
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The buy signals are indicating an overbought market condition, which could potentially drive the Nasdaq even higher or serve as a warning sign to reduce risk. Oil has once again come into play, with indications suggesting that its upward trend will continue as Opec+ further cuts production. Chevron (CVX), currently holding the largest position in t…
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This week, we have made the decision to add Foot Locker Inc (FL) to our portfolio. The choice is based on the promising low RSI, indicating the potential for significant upside. Similar to our successful Pinterest pick in week 20, which has already yielded a 13% increase in the portfolio, and the Nvidia pick from week 19, we believe Foot Locker hol…
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The Nvidia tip in week #19 was a big hit, and last week's Pinterest tip performed exceptionally well. However, there's a concern that this week's release of Nvidia's quarterly results, combined with a volatile market, could have a harsh impact on Pinterest. Additionally, unsettled debt discussions and the impending deployment of F-16 aircraft to Uk…
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This week, our bet is on the Pinterest [PINS] stock, which is currently oversold. If there is a resolution to the debt ceiling negotiations, Pinterest may experience a short-term upturn. However, economic data continue to fall short of expectations, and stagflation looms ahead. As signs point towards a potentially prolonged and challenging economic…
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The charts indicate a possible mini rally on Nasdaq this week, but it will all come down to the fuzz and reports around the US debt ceiling. Getting into Nvidia last week was a good call, and Tesla, as mentioned in the podcast on week 17th, did precisely as expected. With little resistance above, Tesla is poised for a further upturn in the short te…
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This week will likely be volatile for the market as it faces a series of tests from various events. Firstly, the fallout from First Republic Bank, Powell's, and Feds' speeches on Wednesday could have a significant impact. Secondly, the release of quarterly results by major companies such as Apple will also be closely watched. Additionally, the jobs…
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Week 17, 2023, is here, and so is a new episode of Trading Tips with Jim, where we bring you the latest market news and insights to help you navigate the complex world of trading. In this episode, we will discuss the upcoming volatile week in the market, which is set to be dominated by the release of crucial GDP numbers and major quarter results.Wh…
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A double top formation has been identified in the chart, indicating that Nasdaq will fall 12.76% over 40 trading days and hit 10.576 points low. However, if the formation is broken up, it will become false, and that, with little resistance above, indicates a strong upturn. What will it be? This week NIO will be added to the portfolio that already h…
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Terrible week for the markets last week, where Nasdaq fell more than 4.7%. A new week is here, and with lots of resistance above and weakening support below the risk-reward trading, the oversold markets are not as good as you want them to be. This week will be plagued by the ongoing crisis in the banking sector, and with CPI and PP numbers coming o…
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This week Jim will pursue a gamble and spend the rest of his 62% profit from the Meta trade into three new stocks: Mullen Auto, JD, and Nio. That will bring the trading portfolio up to 6 stocks this week with a high volatility exposure. Nasdaq shows all technical signs of a green week, but work numbers and Fed talks will decide how it ends. Tune in…
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This week will strongly indicate what awaits the markets forward as Nasdaq tests the support from the middle of the trend while being low on the relative strength index. To reduce the risk and still have some potential good upside, this week's bet lands on Chevron [CVX]. Last week's gamble into Northrop [NOC] as a stronghold did the job as Nasdaq f…
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