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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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Slipping Into G20
Welcome to the final five days of the first half of 2019. It’s a pretty quiet morning, in spite of the looming G20 meeting and the all-too-important China/US trade talks re-ignition.
Palo Alto Real Estate Plunges
"Price Reduced." It’s the kind of phrase that should strike terror into the heart of anyone thinking about paying millions of dollars for a simple house. Yet I now see "price reduced" over and over in Palo Alto.
Keep Your Food Down - Restaurant Shorts
For some reason, restaurant shorts are doing especially well lately. Here are a couple of my favorites.
Mining Island
There has been an interesting reversal pattern with the metals & mining fund, symbol XME.
Four Witches
Ever since June 3rd, equities have been going straight up. The icing on the proverbial bull cake happened today when the S&P 500 made a new lifetime high, both on an intraday basis as well as a closing basis.
Heavy Metal
The SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF ​and its relationship to its Bollinger Bands. The long-term history of this instrument suggests a severe breakdown is on the way.
Two Long Targets
The two bullish stocks are Quodian and Lyft.
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.
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