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I’ll be filling in for Daniel Frishberg today on “The MoneyMan Report” on Biz Radio at 4:00 p.m. CST.  If you’d like to join in, call 877-777-7713 to get on the air.  I’d love to hear from you.  www.bizradio.com for stations & times.

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4 Responses to “More Radio”


  1. 1 Sunny July 16, 2009 at 8:09 pm

    Karl,

    I often hear you using a term “weak internals” sometimes even on a nice up day.What are the factors which represents weakness in a market and how to look for it.

    secondly, when you talk about moving averages, do you mean Simple Moving Average or Exponentail Moving Average.

    Thank you,
    Sunny

    • 2 keggerss July 22, 2009 at 5:55 am

      When I say weak internals, that is a conclusion of looking at several factors. They might include upside/downside volume, new highs, new lows, etc. But, there are several indicators we watch to come to a conclusion daily. When you say nice day, you mean points up on the major averages. That doesn’t tell you how the market is actually doing which is why we look at the internals.

      I look at both moving averages but generally simple.

  2. 3 Franklin Myers July 17, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    I enjoy your insights. My focus is energy (I figure there’s enough there to learn). I understand your btu view on gas/oil convergence, but wonder how interchangeable they are (which is the fundamental reason for convergence) when the play to different markets–gas is power gen and oil in transportation and heating. There used to be industrial demand that allowed for switching, but with much of that going overseas or reduced due to the recession I’m not sure there is as much switching as before and therefore, less reason to see convergence.

    Do you have a fundamental reason for convergence or strictly a historical view (it’s happened before this way)?

    –fm

    • 4 keggerss July 19, 2009 at 2:48 pm

      Franklin,

      We do have some fundamental reasons for it and we do like natural gas on its own but the pairs trade is more based on the historical view rather than pure fundamentals. Very good question.


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