Author: Brad Ritter
Hello everyone, and welcome to a brand new software update for the TrendSpider Companion Mobile App. In this update, we introduce the ability to add and remove indicators to your charts in-app! More details after the jump.
Hello everyone! What a crazy year 2021 has been. We are extremely blessed and excited to head into the new year with a bang, but before we do here is a brief archive of our news placements from 2021. Enjoy!
Hello, everyone, and welcome to another software update from TrendSpider. Today, we are pleased to announce the release of Mobile App Version 1.2.2 which has addressed various bug fixes and layout improvements. More information after the jump.
Hello, everyone, and welcome to another software update from TrendSpider. Today, we are pleased to announce a new addition to the “other data” tool that plots total mentions on r/wallstreetbets for the asset selected in your chart window. More information […]
Hosted by Benzinga, the firm helping investors achieve the next stage of their growth, as well as promote innovation across all spaces, the Benzinga Global Fintech Awards recognizes and awards those disruptive innovators that create positive and diverse changes in […]
So far, November continues to be a hot month for $SPY, $QQQ, and especially $IWM. All broad market indices saw bullish price action throughout the week with some profit-taking into Friday’s close after hitting new all-time highs. IWM, in particular, […]
October ends with a bang as both $SPY and the $QQQ major indexes rally back-to-back weeks to fresh all-time highs! The Qs, in particular, ended strong Friday with an impressive rally from the $373 pivot level we were watching last […]
Continued strength from $SPY and $QQQ this week pushed to fresh all-time highs for $SPY while the Qs lag close behind. Yes, the world did not end, and the market has for now shaken off any threats of rising rates […]
Back-to-back choppy weeks for $SPY and $QQQ have prompted mixed reviews from traders on what lies ahead for Q4. Some, argue a larger correction is justified while others shout “buy the dip” from their local keyboard. Monday trading opened slow […]
Another week of sideways action fun! Monday trading opened in a panic flush for both the $SPY and $QQQ, $QQQ notably lost its $352 support early in the morning. The rest of the day and proceeding week was met with […]