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30+ Years of trading experience; Current money manager, former floor trader, & member of all NY Commodities Exchanges. Co-founded Dataview, LLC, MarketGauge.com , and MarketVision, along with being the Developer of MarketGauge, HotScans, The Nuggets List and many of the ... more

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“Risk Off Is Back On”
U.S. Stock indexes gave up all the gains made in July in just a few days, led by the Nasdaq 100 which dropped -4.07% for the week.
Appearance, Reality And Dichotomy
Despite the attention-grabbing headlines of the S&P 500, NASDQ 100, and the Dow industrials all hitting new all time highs early this week, stocks closed down by Friday and the Dow (DIA) had a bearish engulfing pattern.
Risk Gauges Head South Of The Border
U.S. Equity markets reversed their relentless climb up this year and dropped between -2 to -4% for the week. Risk Gauges flipped 100% negative by the end of the week, despite the rally into the close on Friday.
Where The Rubber Meets The Road
The nation averted another shutdown at the expense of Trump declaring a national emergency.
A TIPSY Market
US Equity markets embraced a newly dovish Fed by tacking on a +1.5% weekly gain.
I Want To Take You Higher
August performance for the Nasdaq 100 was up over 5%.
Market Outlook For Monday, July 2
Today, SMH cleared back over a critical moving average and could just well be the key to the market's direction in the next several weeks.
Market Outlook For 4/8/2018
Stocks are at a crossroad and we cover key support levels in US equities and what this week’s TSI (trend strength indicator) readings on US equities are telling us right now.
Market Outlook
This week we cover a few themes in detail: the recent breakdown and key support levels to look for in the two strongest US Stock Indexes and the key level in Gold that would indicate more trouble ahead.
Weekly Market Outlook For 2/25/2018
This week we cover a few themes in detail: the core trend of US equities, the improvement in some key risk on indicators, inflation, emerging markets and oil.
Let’s Make A Deal
This week’s market action was dominated by two big deals, the Senate tax deal and secondly, Flynn’s guilty plea deal with Mueller. The markets mostly loved it. The Dow was up +2.96% for the week, led by value stocks.
Better Than Bitcoin
US equities market had a sloppy week with movement out of the Dow -0.44% and into the Russell 2000 (IWM) +1.27%, which had been languishing since early October.
Oil, Commodities And A Royal Flush
Excluding the Nasdaq 100 (QQQ​), US equities markets tapped (not hit) the brakes this week, ending a two-month positive weekly run for the Dow Industrials.
Alaweed Is In The Weeds, What About Oil?
The Nasdaq 100 continued its melt up this week, +1.34%, outpacing all the key US indexes by a wide margin. IWM (Russell 2000) closed -.80%. Semi-conductors and the energy sector (we highlighted both last week) led the pack.
FANG Stocks Melt Up
The Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) melted up +1.7% this week, and almost +3% on Friday, led by FANG stocks. This made up for some recently lost ground on a relative basis with all the other key indexes.
Market Outlook: S&P 500 Repeats Record Pattern Exactly 19 Years Later
There are great volume patterns and price action in the DIA and the SPY, and the IWM also looks strong. The big exception is Nasdaq 100 which looks like it is rolling over or at least running out of steam, yet it is still up a blistering +25.5% YTD.
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