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Joseph Russo

Joseph Russo

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010


Joe Russo is an entrepreneurial publisher and market analyst providing digital online media solutions designed to assist traders and investors in prudently and profitably navigating their exposure to the financial markets.

  • Orchestrating a Bottom?

    Published 26 January 2008 | viewed 4,120 times

    A Work in Progress Well, it is blatantly obvious that the (PPT) plunge protection team, presidents working group - or whatever they call themselves -…

  • The Song Remains the Same

    Published 21 January 2008 | viewed 6,482 times

    Hauntingly Familiar Here we are once again, suddenly embroiled amid a frenzy of financial crisis, and looming bail-out interventions. The jury is still out as…

  • Price-Action Rules

    Published 13 January 2008 | viewed 3,879 times

    The following exchange is a brief and rather illuminating excerpt from Jack Schwager's interview with Paul Tudor Jones from the 1990 national best-seller Market Wizards…

  • 2008 Resolved

    Published 30 December 2007 | viewed 4,716 times

    "Who is the judge? The judge is God... Why is He God? Because He decides who wins or loses, not my opponent ... Who is…

  • The Trading Game

    Published 12 November 2007 | viewed 3,107 times

    150+ YEARS OF GRAND SUPER CYCLE ADVANCE IS STILL ALIVE AND WELL Classic Elliott Wave Theory implies that there are nine degrees of trend that…

  • Opportunity Knocks

    Published 21 October 2007 | viewed 4,837 times

    CRISES = OPPORTUNITY There is no better vantage point from which to anticipate the pending course of events than the effective study and interpretation of…

  • A Run for the Money

    Published 06 October 2007 | viewed 4,730 times


  • A Crude Value Proposition

    Published 16 September 2007 | viewed 3,892 times

    Before we get to our weekly briefing on the major market indices, we thought it appropriate to explore the following: What value might traders and…

  • Hope Floats: Fear Still Distant

    Published 08 September 2007 | viewed 4,218 times

    Anchors Away: The financial sphere along with the ruling army of entrenched corporate and political elites, deeply committed and harboring inordinate interest in perpetuating an…

  • The Wilshire 5000 Revisited

    Published 01 September 2007 | viewed 4,499 times

    Perceptions from May of 2007: Four months ago, we presented Bullish: Like There's No Tomorrow, which presented a bullish view and critical-mass-breakout buying opportunity for…

  • What is Going On?

    Published 24 August 2007 | viewed 5,707 times

    By the time this special update is posted, we shall be en-route to setting up our new offices on the east-coast of United States, some…

  • Refueling Psychotic-Optimism

    Published 17 August 2007 | viewed 4,115 times

    Until September, this shall be our last market-update prior to our return from hiatus after the Labor Day holiday. Fed Saves Markets From Near-Meltdown: In…

  • Ponzi-Regimes to the Rescue

    Published 11 August 2007 | viewed 5,131 times

    Kindly indulge us - as we pen this week's intro with the spirit and dark-humor of a Dennis Miller-like rant. We cannot help but find…

  • Volatility Delivers Wake-Up Call to Financial Sphere

    Published 04 August 2007 | viewed 4,831 times

    Likely resulting from decades of imprudent financial engineering, the uncertainty-surrounding discovery as to the potential extent of collateral damage from such shenanigans remains immeasurable and…

  • Index Traders Edge Vol. 8

    Published 30 July 2007 | viewed 3,337 times

    Highlighting the NASDAQ 100 Holding the Line Interestingly, the NDX is one of the few broad-based equity indices to maintain its standing uptrend from the…

  • Mitigating Collateral Damage

    Published 29 July 2007 | viewed 3,932 times

    After numerous months of shaking and rattling, financial markets have finally begun to roll - - over, that is - and notably to the downside…

  • Navigating Near-term Volatility

    Published 28 July 2007 | viewed 4,192 times

    Down and Dirty Nothing can be more exhilarating or rewarding than trading profitably amid fast-moving markets with expanding daily ranges. Conversely, there can be nothing…

  • The SP Vibrating at Critical Mass

    Published 20 July 2007 | viewed 3,460 times

    Nearly a year ago, back in September of 2006, we shared a keen and timely awareness as The Dow Approached Critical Mass. Save for the…

  • Erratic Range-bound Trade

    Published 30 June 2007 | viewed 3,266 times

    As the financial sphere and all of its participants scramble to position themselves on the proper side of the next big move, the "house" goes…

  • Whispers of Instability

    Published 23 June 2007 | viewed 4,787 times

    There is little doubt that maturing institutionalized paradigms, which foster mounting imbalances of epic proportion, persist in the invisibly slow and torturous erosion across the…