Does This Look Bullish To You?

Over the weekend, I saw so many bullish tweets.

The authors of those tweets shared charts with fancy analysis techniques and facts about positive seasonality.

They mainly used daily charts from several weeks ago.

Also over the weekend, we at MarketGauge listed all the issues the market is currently having.

A brief list:

If the Fed becomes more dovish - what’s the result?

A declining dollar - what are the implications?

Foreign countries are no longer buying less of U.S. debt-what does that mean?

The extremely high U.S. debt and how that breaks down among students, household and car buyer’s debt-a problem?

The market can bounce. It often does during massive corrections and bear phases.

However, if we look at the weekly charts, are there signs that a bounce can sustain?

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On the weekly charts since last I posted, things have deteriorated in the Modern Family.

The Russell 2000 broke 150 today. Even if it clears back over, the resistance overhead (around 160) seems unlikely to clear.

The Transportation Sector IYT has seen the slope on the overhead 50 WMA decline.

Going forward, this is still the best place to watch for any strength. Especially if it gets back over 194.

Retail XRT has broken the 50 WMA and sits really close to the 200 WMA at 45.00. Given seasonal factors, this does not look good now.

Biotechnology IBB has a lot of support around 100 but is trading under a declining 200 WMA.

Regional Banks KRE, if there is a Santa, can rally to 60.00. More likely though, is another visit to 50.00.

Finally, Semiconductors SMH could see 85 before it sees 95.00

With 2 days before Thanksgiving and many of the Black Friday deals already available, the market does not appear too optimistic.

Nonetheless, always keep an open mind, and more importantly, always have a sound trading plan.

S&P 500 (SPY) recent low 259.85. Last week’s low 267. Resistance at 270.

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Craig Newman 1 year ago Member's comment

Buy high sell low is your plan? Riiiiight...

Michele Schneider 1 year ago Author's comment

Brilliant misinterpretation my friend.