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E Market Briefing For Monday, Feb. 11
The market indeed persistently worked higher as outlined from late December into early February. Now it has hiccups, that ideally will be in context of better overall prospects later on into the Spring.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Feb. 8
Retreat from expected early-Feb. resistance area is actually normal, and enhanced by China tariff jitters.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Feb. 7
The market can stay 'daily basis overbought' long than those Bull/Bear types can stay short.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Feb. 6
Market technical status remains the same - in our congestion zone and sort of 'perched' on top of the 'worry wall'.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Feb. 4
While we can get a smidgen higher over the near-term, we're now generally open-minded to a 'pause to refresh' within a few weeks; after which we may well be looking for a rebound higher yet into Spring.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 28
Our overall assessments persist; with the caveat that it is 'really essential'that at least some sort of interim U.S./China 'Trade Understanding', even if not a formal deal occur; so that the higher tariffs do not take effect.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Jan. 24
The longer the market can work sideways in our rebound target 'congestion' zone in the S&P 2600's, the better chances are for a pop to at least slightly higher highs on a China Deal; and that would be a safer spot to fade market recovery.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jan. 16
Stocks may be 'temporarily furloughed,' like many Federal workers, if the government shutdown continues and if no trade deal is reached. But time is running out.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 14
There isn't a lot of confidence, liquidity, or excitement about any of this. And that transfers to perhaps a messy earnings reporting period just ahead.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 7
Worth keeping in mind during the relief celebration on jobs and Fed 'tone': Many prospects are still in limbo, or pending downgrades, in guidance from companies.
E Market Briefing For Jan. 2, 2019
Remember, this is a 'transition year for technology', plus ahead of the 2020 Election tensions; so that reinforces the idea that most significant 'problems' for the market require sorting out in the year's first half.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Dec. 31
Most valuation levels are still above average for most of the momentum stocks.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Dec. 27
Friday and Monday gave us the set-up for a turn; but durability is absolutely an unknown factor yet.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Dec. 10
This past week's evolution to the downside threatens recent lows before rebound tries. A general exhaustion of upside occurred 10 months ago.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Dec. 3
2019 will be a huge transitional year, not only because of long-term trade shifts. Triple B risk is out there.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 26
Historically, oil often bottoms concurrently with (or very close to) a Bear Market equity low.
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