Looking Under The Equity Market’s Glittery Hood

The low rider trend in New Mexico incorporates some very fancy paintwork on the body of the car. 

Most of the low riders are older cars, enhanced with springs to make them bounce, plus with exterior designs that make heads turn.

I particularly liked the glittery paint job on the hood of this 1985 Cadillac.

The market also disguises an older bull engine with a glittery and fanciful hood.

Last night I wrote, “With inside days in Retail XRT, Regional Banks KRE, and Biotechnology IBB, we have a course for you to follow on Wednesday.”

We also noted that the Russell 2000 IWM rallied, while the distribution phase confirmed.

Examining the charts of the members of the Economic Modern Family, what does it look like under the market’s hood?

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I suggested you follow the way the range breaks in KRE XRT and IBB. And to follow IWM to see if it can clear 154.50 or if it fails 150.75.

IBB’s marginally reconciled to the upside. Yet, it remains under the 200-WMA (green).

KRE’s initially reconciled to the downside, but then railed back. It closed red and under the 100 DMA.

XRT neither reconciled to the up or downside. Interesting, as retail is the weakest link in the Family.

IWM rallied. Nevertheless, it neither improved in phase nor cleared key exponential moving averages on the weekly chart.

As for the rest, IYT Transportation did not improve from its distribution phase, keeping 189.80 as resistance.

Semiconductors SMH also did not improve phases from its caution phase on the Daily chart. However, it outperformed just as we thought it would. And it is the only one in the Family that’s in a weekly bullish phase.

Here is what we expressed over the last couple of days.

“If SMH holds firm, there are opportunities in that sector to trade.”

Now, with the Family still divided between the ornamental glitter on the hood and the older, more corrosive parts under the hood, I’d continue to trade equities light and tight!

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