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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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Post PCE-What Is The Pre-PCE Market Saying?
Stocks are primarily unchanged or trading slightly higher as pressures from rising food and energy prices persist.
Technical Bounce Or New Bullish Breakout?
Jerome Powell said a soft landing is still "possible," but conceded recession was also a possibility in his congressional testimony last week. He noted it is difficult for anyone to forecast a recession.
Are We Heading Towards Recession?
Transportation, as the ultimate demand indicator, could also help us determine the fate of recession.
Demand Destruction As Seen In The Transportation Sector
Transportation IYT opened higher, ran to its 200-week moving average, and retreated, albeit whilst remaining green on the day.
Can The Fed Control Inflation With Higher Rates?
Today’s rally in equities might be met with further selling very soon once the market realizes that the Fed cannot go far enough.
For Signs Of A Relief Rally, Watch The S&P 500 V. Retail
With inflation on everyone’s lips and the price of gas and food showing no signs of abating, the retail sector is the key to assessing where the equity market goes from here.
Sectors Investors Need To Focus On After Friday’s Large Breakdown
Friday the CPI numbers were reported showing that while the Fed has continued to increase rates, inflation has again pushed higher. This worsens investor sentiment and increases fears that a recession is inbound.
Watch For The Nasdaq 100 And S&P 500 To Clear Their Mini Ranges
As the current leader of the major indices, IWM has been playing a very important role in the overall market direction.
Are Gold And Silver Ready For A Momentum Breakout?
Currently, SLV is looking to break over its 200-DMA.
3 Things Need To Align For The Next Big Market Move
Currently, the small-cap index Russell 2000 is leading in momentum compared to the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100. Last Thursday is an important day for each of the indices as it represents the high of the current consolidation area.
Is The Stock Market Looking For Temporary Relief?
There is no doubt that the stock market is in a tough spot fundamentally with increasing interest rates, inflation, and a downward trend from the technical side.
What Does A Trading Range Look Like?
Buying ahead of taking out last week's high was premature. Getting overly negative unless we fail last week’s low is equally premature.
Can Big Tech Save The Day Again?
Nasdaq spent most of the day green, only to close down .18% in the last few minutes of the session.
Watch The 200-Week Moving Average On These 3 Symbols
The small cap-index Russell 2000 is hanging onto support from the 200-Week moving average at $176.19. Last week it dipped below the moving average with a low of $168.90.
How Junk Bonds Saved Us From Loading Up On Equities
JNK proved its worth by showing the market's continued weakness as investors were not interested in buying risky corporate debt.
Fertilizer Companies Look To Follow The Recent Jump In Soft Commodities
So far, this week has been huge for wheat and sugar with both gapping up on Monday and continuing higher. Soft commodities have been on the move as supply chain issues involving wheat output have rapidly increased prices.
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