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This Is The Key To Today’s Market
Stocks sell off mildly today as trade wars make investors nervous in tech stocks that rely on Chinese manufacturing.
Trade Fears - Standoffish China Sent Stocks Lower
S&P 500 can’t hit a new record high until there is a trade deal or economic reports improve.
Bonds Have Set The Stage For This Next Move
A volatile week ends almost where it started. Investors jockey to position themselves for the next move. The options market still is not pricing in the real risk.
Housing Market Index Strong & Industrial Production Weak
May Home Price index showed further improvement. Industrial production report was weak like the retail sales report.
Jobless Claims Decrease As Stocks Rallied Again
The decline in jobless claims is a positive for the stock market in the midst of mostly weak economic reports which have the GDP Nowcast only expecting 1.2% growth in Q2.
Cass Freight Index Craters: Economic Slowdown Worsens
April Cass Freight report was terrible as shipment growth was -3.2%. This was the 5th straight month growth was negative.
Opportunities From Stocks Extending 52 Week Highs
Which leading stocks are extending gains and pushing to newer and newer 52-week highs? Corey Rosenbloom walks you through today's updated scan for strongly trending stocks getting stronger.
Weak Economic Reports Didn’t Stop The Market From Rallying
S&P 500 increased 0.58% on Wednesday which was surprising because retail sales and industrial production missed estimates. Economic growth could end up being below 2% in Q2. That doesn’t correlate with a rising stock market.
Divergence Displays More Risk Is Imminent
Stocks rebound today after the Trump administration delayed tariffs on European imports. Investors were optimistic that the administration will only fight one trade war at a time. However, risks in the market remain elevated.
Capitulation - Stock Market Reached On Monday
The Monday selloff was a washout moment where investors capitulated and sold everything. Stocks rallying on Tuesday provides a small bit of verification to this thesis.
Global Trade War - What It Would Do To The Economy
A global trade war would hurt American GDP by 2.1%, Chinese GDP by 2.5%, and global GDP by 1.7%. American GDP growth would assuredly be negative in 2020 and the global economy would be in a deep recession.
Watch These Crucial Price Levels For Trading Opportunities
A rapid sell-off in May took indexes and key stocks rapidly lower to key price targets. Are there new opportunities off these newly achieved support targets? Or is further selling likely after a short-term bounce?
Market Correction Catalyzed By Trade Worries
If negotiations head in the right direction, stocks could rise 3% in a couple of days or even a few hours. If nothing happens, I think stocks will form a bottom, but won’t spike to new highs.
Volatility Grips Hold Of Markets
Volatility explodes higher as stocks respond to China's retaliation and headline risk. Stocks are shaken by trade wars, but tonight we look at where the real risk is going to come from.
Trade War Could Cause A Global Recession
International trade report matters much more than usual because of the ongoing trade negotiations with China. In April, China had a $21.01 billion surplus with America which was more than its overall surplus.
Markets Now Face These Harsh Realities
Stocks have the most volatile week of the year as the uncertain outcome of the trade negotiations casts a shadow on the market.This could be the most pivotal moment of the year for the markets.
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