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Michele "Mish" Schneider is the Director of Trading Education & Research for MarketGauge. She provides in-depth trader training as the market analyst, writer and host of Mish's Market Minute, contributes to several online trading ... more

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Is The Market Coming To A Head?
Today, the hope that the Economic Modern Family held onto coming into the week waned a bit as the stimulus talks stalled once again.
Who Rocks? The Economic Modern Family, That’s Who!
In spite of no passing stimulus, mixed economic data, rising COVID cases and a wild pre election season, for the first time since we can remember, the Economic Family is brushing off most of the negativity.
When Will The Financial Sector Stop Riding The Bear?
The banking sector has been put through the ringer since the March selloff.
Major Sectors Close Strong For The Week
Friday showed us that even with the insecurity of the stimulus package passing and tension from job loss, the group of ETFs we follow that serve as proxies for major sectors of the market were still able to close strong for the week.
The Self Fulfilling Prophecy
When people hear negative news, a common thought is “My goodness, I must sell before everyone else does”. If enough act on this, they create a chain reaction.
What Do The Technicals Show Us
Today showed how easily the market can flip when stimulus hope fades. It also shows that the market can trade higher on expectations even though it really didn’t know what would happen.
Making Better Trades With Market Timing
On strange days, it helps to time your entry.
How To React To A Choppy Market
We’re in a choppy market environment, and while three of the 4 major indices have broken back over the 50-DMA, we still need to be very cautious in how we trade and what to expect.
Time To Keep An Eye On Homebuilders
The reason that homebuilders are interesting right now, is because it has been outperforming all the other sectors in the US economy based on a 6-month range.
Risk Vs Reward And The Never-Ending Battle
Today’s large gap up in the indices can pose some great morning questions. The biggest one being should I buy the gap, or should I wait to see where things go?
Market Indices Phased And Confused
From bullish to caution. This is the current phase the major indices have recently switched to. It’s important, because it lets us take a careful and watchful stance, while we try to anticipate what may happen next.
Navigating Through The Markets Choppy Waters
Buyers came back for JNK today bringing it up to the 200-DMA, which it did not hold. Now it sits under the prior days close.
Junk Bonds Looking More Like Junk
With the market still highly dependent on the Fed, sometimes the best thing to do is wait through days like these. One money injection can turn everything around and give us a much safer short opportunity.
How Long Will The Market Hold Its Breadth For?
JNK had an inside day. This comes after a large red day where JNK gapped lower breaking its 104.27-106 range. The break also happened to coincide with a major support area dating back to July 23rd.
Measured Moves In The Market
The key, regardless of what many tech stocks did today, is if junk and the “inside” market sectors can hold on.
Time For The Newer Biotech Companies To Wake Up?
With companies like Pfizer giving possible hope for an end of year vaccine and a recent gap up in IBB​​​​​​​ (Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF), now could be a good time to keep an eye on newer issues in this sector.
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