STI.SG | FTSE Straits Times Index Stock Prices and Charts

STI.SG | FTSE Straits Times Index Stock Prices and Charts

View the full FTSE Straits Times Index (STI.SG) index overview including the latest stock market news, data and trading information. Trading Advice and Technical Analysis for SPG The Braves have to do something soon, right? News | ICOmarks It looks like Yankee fans will have to find another rumor to fawn over. Reds GM Nick Krall denounced the Luis Castillo trade rumors as completely false.

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How to trade Simon Property Group $SPG With Risk Controls

How to trade Simon Property Group $SPG With Risk Controls

Price matters most to making money in the market. Celebrating 20 years, Stock Traders Daily provides the tools that help you develop investment strategies, and this is a good example. When we couple this with our market based analysis, the probabilities of going with the flow increases, and that is material over time. The Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG) report below can help you, but we have more details too. The trading plans for SPG, and the other 1000+ stocks we follow, are updated in real time for subscribers, but this report is static. If you want an update, or a different report, please get one here Unlimited Real Time Reports.

Technical Summary

The Technical Summary and Trading Plans for SPG help you determine where to buy, sell, and set risk controls. The data is best used in conjunction with our Market Analysis and Stock Correlation Filters too, because those help us go with the flow of the market as well. Going with the flow is extremely important, so review our Market Analysis with this SPG Report.

The technical summary data tells us to buy SPG near 85.77, but there is no current upside target from the summary table. In this case we should wait until either an update to the summary table has been made (which usually happens at the beginning of every trading day), or until the position has been stopped. The data does tell us to set a stop loss 85.52 to protect against excessive loss in case the stock begins to move against the trade. 85.77 is the first level of support below 93, and by rule, any test of support is a buy signal. In this case, if support 85.77 is being tested, a buy signal would exist.

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There are no current resistance levels from the summary table, and therefore there are no Short resistance Plans which tell us to short upon tests of resistance. Resistance levels have broken higher and unless the stock reverses lower and below support levels again short positions look risky.

SPG Long Term Analysis

The Technical Summary and Trading Plans for SPG help you determine where to buy, sell, and set risk controls. The data is best used in conjunction with our Market Analysis and Stock Correlation Filters too, because those help us go with the flow of the market as well. Going with the flow is extremely important, so review our Market Analysis with this SPG Report.

If n/a begins to break higher, the technical summary data tells us to buy SPG just over n/a, with an upside target of n/a. The data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 0 in case the stock turns against the trade. n/a is the first level of resistance above 93, and by rule, any break above resistance is a buy signal. In this case, n/a, initial resistance, would be breaking higher, so a buy signal would exist. Because this plan is based on a break of resistance, it is referred to as a Long Resistance Plan.

The technical summary data is suggesting a short of SPG if it tests n/a with a downside target of 90.98. We should have a stop loss in place at 0 though in case the stock begins to move against the trade. By rule, any test of resistance is a short signal. In this case, if resistance, n/a, is being tested a short signal would exist. Because this plan is a short plan based on a test of resistance it is referred to as a Short Resistance Plan.

SPG Swing Term Analysis

The Technical Summary and Trading Plans for SPG help you determine where to buy, sell, and set risk controls. The data is best used in conjunction with our Market Analysis and Stock Correlation Filters too, because those help us go with the flow of the market as well. Going with the flow is extremely important, so review our Market Analysis with this SPG Report.

If 94.51 begins to break higher, the technical summary data tells us to buy SPG just over 94.51, with an upside target of n/a. The data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 94.29 in case the stock turns against the trade. 94.51 is the first level of resistance above 93, and by rule, any break above resistance is a buy signal. In this case, 94.51, initial resistance, would be breaking higher, so a buy signal would exist. Because this plan is based on a break of resistance, it is referred to as a Long Resistance Plan.

The technical summary data is suggesting a short of SPG if it tests 94.51 with a downside target of 90.98. We should have a stop loss in place at 94.73 though in case the stock begins to move against the trade. By rule, any test of resistance is a short signal. In this case, if resistance, 94.51, is being tested a short signal would exist. Because this plan is a short plan based on a test of resistance it is referred to as a Short Resistance Plan.

SPG Day Term Analysis

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The Daily Chop: The free agent market is showing signs of thawing

The Daily Chop: The free agent market is showing signs of thawing

The Braves cannot be done with moves this offseason if they are serious about contending for a World Series title. They are short a power bat with the, at least for now, loss of Marcell Ozuna and there is a certain amount of wisdom in replacing the relievers that hit free agency with at least some passable warm bodies.

How to go about those moves has been pretty unclear. The thought process behind trading for Kris Bryant is one possible solution, but it sounds like the Braves have no interest whatsoever in doing that…but with this front office, that means absolutely nothing. The Braves do also have Austin Riley to man third and while he hasn’t done enough to write him in ink there, yet, it does lessen the positional need at the position.

Which brings us to the outfield class. George Springer is the top of the class and that doesn’t SEEM like where the Braves are going to play money-wise especially if they are planning to hold a bit of money back in case a DH doesn’t get instituted again. A team in need of a guy who can play center is also likely going to be willing to pay a lot more than the Braves.

Marcell Ozuna is still an option to play outfield because while his defense has dropped off a lot in the last few years, his bat may be good enough that that combined with having Cristian Pache or Ronald Acuna Jr. next to you may just be enough for that not to matter as much.

However, we have also begun to profile some other, interesting pieces to fill the position. Michael Brantley may end up being better suited for a team with a DH, but the dude can flat out rake and could be a good fit. Eddie Rosario is another guy that could work that we profiled here at Talking Chop, but his offensive profile is far more limited than a guy like Brantley and especially Springer. For platoon options, one could do a lot worse than Joc Pederson who has a ton of upside, but also can disappear for long stretches regardless of what arm the pitcher is throwing with.

There are more than just outfielders, too, as utility man and Braves’ nemesis Enrique Hernandez is a free agent. As a bench piece, he could be invaluable for his versatility and his ability to hit lefties is well-documented. Not all signings can or should be the big name guys…it takes a lot of different types to fill out a roster.

The big news from this weekend across the league is that Corey Kluber who, unless recently, was one of the best pitchers on planet Earth, has a new team as it appears that he is signing a deal with the Yankees. Kluber is betting that 2021 will be a resurgence for him as he looks to show teams that despite being 35, he can stay healthy and shove with the best of them.

Source: www.talkingchop.com

Author: Eric Cole


ICO Rating List | ICOmarks

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A rampant bull run is punctuated by sellers above $28,000, with Bitcoin continuing to see wild volatility on Sunday.

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Reds news: GM Nick Krall squashes Luis Castillo trade rumors

Reds news: GM Nick Krall squashes Luis Castillo trade rumors

ST LOUIS, MO – SEPTEMBER 11: Luis Castillo #58 of the Cincinnati Reds celebrates after recording the final out of the game. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Cincinnati Reds General Manager Nick Krall has put the kibosh on the Luis Castillo trade rumors. In recent days, some unsubstantiated rumors of a potential deal between Cincinnati and the New York Yankees surfaced with Castillo’s name in the mix. Thankfully, it appears as though La Piedra will be in Reds uniform next season.

It’s been no secret that the Reds have been looking to cut payroll. To be fair, the majority of teams throughout Major League Baseball have been looking to do the same. The pandemic-shortened 2020 season and lack of gate revenue have clubs looking to cut spending in 2021. The potential for fans to return to the stands next season may allow the owners to breathe a small sigh of relief.

Krall, who was promoted to be Cincinnati’s head of baseball operations this past fall, spoke with Mark Sheldon of MLB.com in regards to the Luis Castillo trade rumors. According to Krall, the rumors are false and fans should expect Castillo to be part of the Reds rotation in 2021.

This is welcome news to a fanbase that has been caught off guard by the team’s purging of contracts this offseason. Cincinnati has already traded Raisel Iglesias and non-tendered Curt Casali and Archie Bradley. Sonny Gray, Mike Moustakas, and Eugenio Suárez have also heard their names mentioned as possible trade candidates this winter as well.

#reds GM Nick Krall has poured water on any Luis Castillo trade rumor with the Yankees.

“They are completely false. We intend to have him as a member of our rotation for 2021.”

— Mark Sheldon (@m_sheldon) January 18, 2021

With news of Luis Castillo’s impending trade to the Yankees all but washed away, perhaps it’s time for Reds Country to get excited about the 2021 season. If there was ever an opportunity for Cincinnati’s front office to begin a rebuild, it would have started with dealing away their most valuable asset.

Castillo, likely to be the Reds Opening Day starter, will join Gray, Tyler Mahle, Wade Miley, and most likely Michael Lorenzen in the Cincinnati starting rotation. With Lucas Sims and Amir Garrett anchoring the backend of the bullpen, the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff has the potential to not fall off the map despite not re-signing Cy Young winner Trevor Bauer.

Cincinnati’s rotation should once again be the team’s biggest strength, and if players with big contracts (Moustakas, Suárez, Nick Castellanos, and Joey Votto) play up to their abilities, there’s a good chance that the Reds could make a run at the NL Central crown next season.

With the Luis Castillo trade rumors put to bed, Nick Krall and the front office can focus on retooling the bullpen and addressing the vacancy at shortstop. All three top free agents at that position (Didi Gregorius, Marcus Semien, and Andrelton Simmons) remain unsigned.

Source: blogredmachine.com

Author: by Drew Koch 7 hours ago Follow @DrewKoch714


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