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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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Black & Blue
A chart of SPY and the 10 year-2 year interest rate spread, which has been the most reliable recession indicator I’ve found.
Surging Jobs, Soaring Stocks
In a broader context, it’s almost a blip, although we are once again getting close to new record highs.
Miners Firm Up
It looks like the precious metals miners have a good shot at success.
Getting The Shaft
Anything to do with cars today, I’m happy to consider shorting.
Aztec 2020
It seems that the equity markets are starting to wonder if Elon has lost his mind.
Transport Support
The Dow Transports have retracted to their trendline, which is support at the moment.
Transport Litmus Test
The Dow Transportation Index broke above its descending trendline back on October 24th. Since then, it has rallied and then started to retrace. This is an important test for the market.
Anyone Smiling?
One of the most recent unicorn catastrophes has been Smile Direct Club SDC, whose losses during its brief lifetime are approximately 60%.
Death By Consumption
Buying stuff ceaselessly has become the American Pastime, and this “lifestyle” is a vapid emptiness we have successfully exported to China, Japan, and all around the world.
Freaks
In the midst of a stock market that reaches lifetime highs every day, there are some freakish outliers which, by virtue of their own patterns, are terribly vulnerable.
Stocks: Rounders
Here are a few particular shorts.
The Price Of Cowardice
Here are two stock ideas I had last week that did not go as expected. But we must learn from our mistakes...
Bitcoin=Doomed
The Fibonaccis have had almost mystical power over this “asset”.
Consumer Staples
The consumer staples fund XLP​ has quite clearly broken its wedge and is threatening a sustaining downtown.
Unicorn IPO Disaster
UpWork is down 50% since its peak eight months ago.
Gold’s Island Reversal
Although gold (and the miners) were making a valiant attempt to recover, it has flopped over.
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