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Tim Knight has been charting and trading since 1987. His first stock trade was, in fact, on October 19, 1987 – the day of the crash – which perhaps goes a long way explaining his disposition ... more

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Here’s one chart worth a thousand words
GM - Death By Electrocution?
Last week started off with the huge news that GM had bought a ton of NKLA stock.
Time To Reload?
Have the gun-makers peaked? RGR may not be done falling, but it's getting more interesting.
Core Meltdown
At long last, the small caps have broken beneath their range.
Traverse Complete?
In the span of just hours, we’ve traversed from the peak of the medium-term channel to the bottom.
Overwrought (OSTK)
I intend to hang on to this one, since it has a history of reaching utterly goofy levels and spending months burning it off.
No matter what the world hurls at the market, the Powell Printer is more than a match.
Let The Wookie Win
Back in the early dotcom days, Pets.com became a notorious flop. Today seems to be a different story, as Chewy.com passes its first IPO anniversary.
Beyond Thunderdumb
Facebook. Yes, Facebook. Now worth over $800 billion for a website where you can share funny pictures with friends. There are no words left.
The Show Must Go On
Here are some individual stocks in the cinema world.
The biotech fund is indeed pushing toward H&S completion.
Stock Split Magic
I’m not sure what logic people are applying, thinking that the splitting of a stock means it’ll just keep going higher in perpetuity.
What It Would Take
Thanks 100% to Powell, the S&P 500 hit the highest point in the history of the universe today.
Gold continues to have the queer characteristic of thinking it is the S&P 500, more or less. It showed signs of breaking free yesterday. I wish it luck. It would be nice to see gold get a mind of its own.
Space: 1999
My view is that the $VIX has important horizontal support at 19.99.
Four Key Ratios
Even though this market feels incredibly “stuck” and under the thumb of the Fed, I have faith in the gargantuan cycles of price history, Powell be damned.
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