Chris Vermeulen, founder of AlgoTrades Systems., is an internationally recognized market technical analyst and trader. Involved in the markets since 1997. Chris’ mission is to help his clients boost their investment performance while reducing market exposure and portfolio volatility. Chris is also the founder of TheGoldAndOilGuy.com, a financial education and investment newsletter service. Chris is responsible for market research and trade alerts for multiple newsletter publications. Through years of research, trading and helping thousands of individual investors around the world. He designed an automated algorithmic trading software for the S&P500 index, which solves his client’s biggest problem related to investing in the stock market: the ability to profit in both a rising and falling market. He is the author of the popular book "Technical Trading Mastery – 7 Steps To Win With Logic". He has also been featured on the cover of AmalgaTrader Magazine, Futures Magazine, Gold-Eagle, Safe Haven, The Street, Kitco, Financial Sense, Dick Davis Investment Digest and dozens of other financial websites.
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Recent Articles By The Author
Crash Is Coming, and Smart Money, Insiders Are Leaving the Market
Follow the money flow to keep up with the market or else you could end up incurring big losses.
Stock Buybacks Are Reaching Peak Levels -- Is a Market Crash Around the Corner?
All bubbles burst. The question for investors is, when will the S&P 500 bubble go? Stock buybacks are reaching highs not seen since the last bubble blew.
Greed Can Be the Friend of Contrarian Investors
There are a number of data points indicating that the majority of market participants are overly bullish.
Keep an Eye on Bitcoin as the Next Financial Crisis Starts
Crypto-Currencies could be an investment of a lifetime given the volatility and uncertainty we could see soon. The next financial crisis might be coming.
What Will Cause the Next Stock Market Crash?
Many factors are coming together to form a major market top, but like previous ones, they require time to mature before they break down and new nominal highs are seen.