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On The Edge Of A Breakdown
It’s hard to believe that even after Friday’s sell-off, none of the modern family closed below last week's low. That said, IYT, IWM, and XRT are all sitting on ‘must hold levels’.
Yield Curve Vs. Consumer
Retail had a good day. Target and Lowes jumped on strong earnings reports today suggesting that the consumer is still strong.
Naked Modern Family Charts Bare All
Of the Modern Family sectors, the only family member that has any bullish trend, or more importantly has broken their 2018 high, is SMH, the semi-conductors.
Weekly Charts Of Key ETFs
Here’s a summary of the weekly view of the ETF charts we watch.
Too Far Too Fast For TLT
It’s always interesting when markets repeat.
Consolidation Or Massive Breakout?
Remarkably, the Modern Family is now very much in synch, and as a result, there is chance that they could all break out of their respective consolidation patterns together.
The Sun And Markets Don’t Always Set Where You’d Like
Over the last few days, I’ve focused on the mood of the market as visualized by the charts of the Modern Family. In the included chart, I have drawn the levels of support/resistance that have all been traded below and then moved above.
Better Than Expected News!
Micron delivered better than expected earnings news, which pushed the stock up 13% higher and lifted SMH by 2.7%. This created a pattern that often leads to a resumption of bull trends. This puts SMH within range of a nice bullish breakout.
GDP And The Three Bears
This week we learned that Q1 GDP rose more than expected (3.2% vs. 2.5% estimates. But that’s just the headline. More importantly, there is the rest of the story. If you look “under the hood” you’ll find three bears.
Top 7 Contenders In The U.S. Marijuana Market
Seven marijuana stocks you may want to keep your eye on for big trend trades.
If It Looks Like A Bear, And Acts Like A Bear...
The commonly accepted definition of a bear market is misleading and dangerous. “Bear Market” implies it’s dangerous to buy stocks, but based on the commonly accepted definition, the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indexes aren’t there yet.
The Market Is Playing Defense Against Trump’s Trade Disputes
On Friday afternoon, news of talks with China about resolving the trade standoff pushed the SPY, DIA and IWM higher, but does this mean you should be bullish?
The Bulls Are Moving To Different Pastures
This week the tech weakness broadened to the point where the QQQ ended the week with a red weekly candle while the other three market indexes ended green.
Bulls & Bears: Never Let These Sleeping Dogs Lie
The collapse in the Turkish Lira roiled markets around the globe. This catalyst fanned the fears of trade wars destabilizing stocks, pouring gas on the fire burning under the rising dollar, and fueling a flight to safety in U.S. bonds.
Why You Shouldn’t Trust The Gap On Monday
One big take away from Friday is talk about earnings season are of strong numbers. This sets the market up to be easily disappointed. So while earning season is sounding like a “positive” we need to be very cautious of any significant down momentum.
Tomorrow’s Big News Will Be In This ETF
Tomorrow, before the open, earnings season has the opportunity to ignite bullish sentiment in stock.
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