Charts - Charts - Charts! It's Friday and I just wanted to post a few charts that look interesting . I am not talking about buying and holding for a month, some traders dont even like to hold over the weekend with Greece and other geopolitical issues out there. Today I am talking about what look like trade set ups / reversals and so on. Buy one or two , or put these on your watch list to possibly buy a pull back . We had reversals yesterday in OIL & Metals. I liked them because they can be trade-able. I bought as mentioned in the chat / comments area, but is it long term or short? Just a quick trade or more? I'll discuss that this weekend. On to the charts ...
$WTIC- small bounce or lows?
What about NATGAS?...Read More
CRAZY, right? What a difference a day makes. Traders that jumped from Long to Short on Tuesdays drop have likely been burned, and that may or may not change going forward. Lets take a look...
SPX WKLY- I love this. 🙂.
This weekend I showed this weekly chart.
1. Possible top Friday
2.Vix at lows
3. SPX Wedge , so I said to expect a drop.
SPX WKLY - Monday was a holiday, so this is the wkly after Tuesday & Wednesday. The drop & recovery - Boom, Boom.
On a daily - you cant even tell anything happened.
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It certainly looks obvious that various sectors are starting what could be a significant decline. I pointed out the VIX and the elephant in the room last week, indicating that one should be coming, it was just a matter of time. Lets look at the charts ...
In this chart of the VIX I was pointing out that tops (maybe just temporary ones) often started with the Vix in the 12-14 area. It also did a reversal Friday
So this is what has transpired...Read More
I was away from my desk Friday and upon returning to the charts on Monday, I am seeing some changes that I want to discuss. Lets start with our regular market review. Lets take several views of the markets, both bullish and bearish, while remember that ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM discussed here last week.
But we keep this in mind too as we remember that Elephant in the room...Read More
Can we talk about the elephant in the room for a minute? Not the one seen above, I'm actually talking about the one below . Notice how the Trannies sideways move has lost strength & momentum.
IYT- Zoom in and see the break down in the IYT
How can this be in such a strong market. Buy the dip mode is in full force, right?Read More
I want to review the market moves from yesterday and their possible implications. WIth that I am also keeping in mind the FOMC minutes will be released at 2 p.m. Eastern today. That has the possibility of shaking things up at times.
My SPX thoughts are bullish, as shown in yesterdays chart. The SPX 'paused' yesterday after breaking to new highs.
That said, I want to point something out that could weigh on the markets too...Read More
What happens if I am conditioned to see an egg sink in water, and then I see one float? I think that I would want to try to understand what the difference is. What has caused this change. Sometimes in the markets we also get accustomed to seeing something occur, but when the opposite happens, I like to try to understand what has changed. We'll discuss this later in this report, for now...
The SPX has broken to new highs! If this pattern plays out, it has room to run.
Look at this next chart below , and compare it with the SPX. I posted this April 29 and you saw what happenedRead More