Sunday, December 9, 2012

Santa Claus Rally Started ?

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Santa Claus Rally Started ?  You should check out what I think is a must read blog post from Carl Weiss sceeto's HFT expert (high frequency trading) you can check it out here    as you can probably see sceeto tracks the trading bots in real time and alerts you as to whether they are buying or selling and all done lightning fast. It would seem that the Santa Claus Rally could indeed be started . Every year regardless traders need to get those bonuses so whatever about anything else the incentive is there for the markets to finish as high as it can. Higher it goes better the bonus, right ? On top of that with all the fiscal cliff talk it's a perfect time for it to rally. Do you really think the worst will happen, it seems we have heard similar before. Make sure to check out Carls great blog post and if you want to know whats really going on in the markets get your self over to sceeto and sign up for our great free trial. We have indicators for NinjaTrader, TradeStation, MultiCharts and SierraCharts . markets covered are Emini, Dow YM, Russell TF, Euro USD 6E, Crude, Gold, Dax and Stoxx 50 futures . You get to try everything in our free trial.    also if you want an early Christmas present for your self register for our live training which starts on Dec 13th and also 18th , details here   it's a very rare chance to learn to trade from the best.

Below is an explanation of a Santa Claus Rally courtesy of Wikipedia  Creative Commons there is also some links to breaking news stories on hfts we thought you may find interesting
A Santa Claus rally is a rise in stock prices in the month of December, generally seen over the final week of trading prior to the new year. The rally is generally attributed to anticipation of the January effect, an injection of additional funds into the market, and to additional trades which must, for accounting and tax reasons, be completed by the end of the year. Another reason for the rally may be fund managers "window dressing" their holdings with stocks that have performed well. The Santa Claus rally is also known as the "December Effect."