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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 And Gold
It’s going to be a strange two weeks ahead.
Seven Specific Shorts
Enough said?
Oil Roiled
The quotes are pleasantly red this morning – -ES down, NQ down, YM down – but one, in particular, is getting zapped particularly hard, and that is CL, crude oil, which is down nearly 3%.
Emerging Price Gap
Important price gap on emerging markets just about sealed.
Qudian Launch
Qudian is looking good.
And Again
For the seventh day in a row, looks like another winner coming for the bulls. Just about the only equity out there with any weakness seems to be the fabled Beyond Meat. It’s down 20% from its peak yesterday.
Back To The Trendline
This market is, once again, a hot mess, and frankly, quite a challenge to interpret.
Here are seven important cash markets and the next price levels I believe are important not to exceed. With any or all of these broken, it weakens the prospective bear case.
Bob You Banks
As economic data continues to worsen, equities are – naturally – roaring higher, as they have all week long. In the midst of this, I’d like to suggest you keep a close eye on the banks, as they’re not buyin’ it.
The market reaction to jobs reports is similar to Fed announcements – – you can never really tell what’s going to happen based just on the initial move.
Jerked Around
Not a bullish setup - and with all the trade jerking around, and with jobs tomorrow, who knows?
Down Down Down
Wouldn’t you know it, the first time I actually buy a few stocks instead of shorting them and the market is still getting slaughtered.
June Swoon Soon
It was a fantastic May, the first great month of 2019. In this video I will walk us through the various indexes since this market has become super chart friendly.
Famine To Feast
It’s ironic that last week was so incredibly exciting and dynamic, since the number of scheduled important events was practically nil.
Commodity Cycle
Commodities, which has been an important weight dragging the market down, seems to be pretty badly battered.
Crude Lines
Crude oil continuous contract chart analysis.
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