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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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Tawdry Tuesday
Interesting action after hours: TXN, NOW, SNAP.
Earnings Quartet
Four interesting charts of companies reporting between today’s close and tomorrow’s opening.
The Happy Homemaker
As strong as stocks have been lately, one particular group which has shown Herculean strength has been homebuilders.
Boeing! Nah, Maybe Not
Boeing's reputation has taken a beating and it's starting to show up in the fundamentals.
Five Guys
Five most profitable short positions in my portfolio on a percentage basis.
Goldman Loses Its Grip
Earnings season is upon us, and a couple of big investment banks reported this morning.
House In The House
One sector has been unabashedly (and surprisingly) strong for the entirety of 2019: home-builders. Check these two funds out.
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Pot stocks just keep getting destroyed.
It seems these days that anything SoftBank Group touches turns to garbage. WeWork is the most publicized example, but their huge example in UBER is just as bad.
The Gaps Remaining
A quartet of important index charts, each of which has a price gap well worth watching.
Trade Talk Aneurysm
A large part of yesterday’s stock market drop was undone based on no meaningful news. Of course, we all know that a surprise announcement as to a deal – – even a partial one – – could cause the ES to rip higher.
Recession Dead Ahead
This has predicted every recession in its history with 100% accuracy.
Forex Follies
A looked at currency cross-rates.
Avon Calling
Lower highs, one after another.
Down On The Farm
The relatively obscure agricultural fund, symbol DBA, is a proxy of the China Trade Talks' optimism or pessimism. It seems prospects aren’t exactly great even though equities don’t’seem to care at all.
Wrangle The Ranges
Last week was interesting, because for the first time in over a decade, the market actually responded logically to economic data. In other words, bad economic news hit on Tuesday morning, and blammo, the market fell hard.
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