Stocks Fall Again And The Russell May Be Signalling A Bearish Sign

Stocks Fall Again and The Russell May Be Signalling A Bearish Sign

S&P 500 (SPY)

Stocks were weak once again. We can see in the chart that the S&P 500 is testing its lows from the other day, and for now those lows are holding. At this point, I can’t say I’m overly concerned. A pullback to 2,750 wouldn’t concern me either.

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S&p 500, spx

Russell (RUT)

The Russell, now that is a different story. We can see the index has broken its uptrend and a drop below 1,530 clearly triggers a steeper decline to 1,492. Diverging indexes are never a good sign. We really need to see the Russell stabilize here. I would get more nervous over the short-term should the Russell crack below 1,530. It would likely signal a steeper pullback for the S&P 500 too. We will need to monitor.

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Biotech (XBI)

The XBI continues to look really weak, and a drop to $85.25 seems likely at this point.

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Nio shares tanked over 20%. I went through the story this morning. The stock fell right through support at $8.35 and now appears to be on its way to that $7.72 region I mentioned earlier.

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GE also continues to fall, and I noted this morning the stock was facing a decline below $9. This afternoon it seems like those odds just improved for a drop to $8.90.

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AT&T (T)

AT&T continues to look really weak. The stock continues to fall after failing at resistance at $31.20 and suggests a decline to $28.92.In fact, according to data from SmartStops, the equity just entered an elevated risk state indicating there may be further declines ahead.

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Blackberry (BB)

I have really screwed up this Blackberry, after weeks of getting it right. I guess I ran out luck. I don’t know; I have to think about this one. The RSI really bothers me though.

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Micron (MU)

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