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24 Jan, 2022
The upcoming week will see a number of quarterly earnings reports from big-name companies and a meeting of the Federal Reserve.
23 Jan, 2022
Markets are continuing to sour compared to December’s broad bullishness on stocks and other risky assets. Last week saw most global stock markets fall strongly, especially in the US, although we did not see much movement in the Forex market.
I last wrote about FNGU in December. It failed to recapture and hold above the 33.00 level, and it instead closed at 25.74. It's approaching a support zone from 20.00 to 25.00. A drop below 20.00 could be catastrophic for the technology sector.
I have had a record number of people reach out to me asking for help. Why? The majority have developed their trading in a bull market and have learned to buy market dips. And so they have bought, and bought, and bought--and they have lost money.
In this video, we take another look at gold and discuss how precious metals may move in 2022.
The Dow Jones, S&P 500, and Nasdaq 100 indices consolidated at the start of 2022, weighed by rising treasury yields and expectations that the Fed may kick off a rate-hiking cycle as early as March. US inflation hit a high of 7% in December.
Overall, stock market health conditions appear to be poor for taking swing trades on the long side. Let’s look at how the market is doing currently, and why I rate the conditions as “poor.”
The history of economic development cannot be understood without the importance of recession periods. Recessions are often the result of the excess accumulated in previous years.
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Tesla is one of dozens of hot stocks set to announce earnings results over the next few trading days.
Will the stock market crash in 2022? Are we at the beginning of a stock market crash and will it be similar to Dot Com Bubble or the Great Recession.
Volatility is rampant. Volatility is back in the Goldilocks zone. Market moves are biggest since the beginning of March 2020 when Coronavirus hit.
22 Jan, 2022
Americans are wondering what's amiss with Wall Street after steep declines in stocks and a surge in bond yields in recent weeks. Here's how to think about it.
From Sept. 3, 1929 through Nov. 13, 1929, the Dow Jones Industrial Average crashed from 381.17 to 198.69 (-48%). The question arises: Are we in for a similar crash this time around?
The yield on the 10-year note ended Jan. 21, 2022, at 1.75%, the 2-year note ended at 1.01%, and the 30-year at 2.07%. Let's take a closer look.
As the new year gets underway, the market hasn't been kind. Both stock and bond investments are down with the Nasdaq Composite Index down 12.0%, the Russell 2000 Small Cap Index down 11.4%, and the 30-Year U.S. Treasury down 5.1%, just to name a few.
The total market capitalization of the 8 largest U.S. companies equals around $11.1 trillion. Let's take a look at the numbers.
In this weekend update, I discuss the various wave patterns present in various currency pairs and assets. Will another wave pattern begin anew?
In this weekend update, we aim to answer the question: are markets sending a message to the Federal Reserve?
The short-term downtrend continues, as I am sure you know. The selling has been brutal, yet here we are, still waiting for the PMO index to reach all the way down to the bottom of its range. 
Seasonality indicates this decline has another week or two to go followed by a nice rally into mid April.
General Electric Co. investors should expect a "particularly noisy" earnings report for the industrial conglomerate's fourth quarter, which will be the first since the company said it was breaking up, and said it would start reporting results on a consolidated basis.
Markets are about to go biblical. 2022 is starting off great for precious metals.
The Federal Reserve's first meeting of 2022 kicks off Tuesday, and investors will watch for the latest on the central bank's inflation game plan.
The takeaway from "overdrawn" readings - are bear market drawdowns coming?
Despite the selloff, fund managers and speculators are still hugely long futures, even adding more.
21 Jan, 2022
Markets were sharply lower yet again on Friday.
A look at some of the data on inflation, how the market’s posturing, and the sensitivity of certain stocks to inflation.
Intel Corp. had a rough 2021, and it looks like the chip maker will still face Wall Street criticism in 2022 for its ambitious capital investment plan and the success of competitors amid continuing delayed releases.
Gold and silver gave up some gains in the selloff but managed to hold some impressive advances for the week, especially in the case of silver.
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we discuss recently released economic data from around the globe, the growth outlook for China, and reviewed early results from the fourth-quarter earnings season.
The oil markets had a mixed day today.
U.S. markets suffered in today's session, marking six straight triple-digit losses for the Dow. The tech-heavy Nasdaq struggled once more too, moving into correction territory.
The global semiconductor shortage, sparked by pandemic-influenced demand spikes, reportedly led to a near-sellout of 2022 chip supply before the year even started, but investors and analysts are concerned the end of the party is already within sight.
As a result of the consistent declines lately across the S&P 500 index, the net reading of the percentage of stocks at new 52-week highs versus lows is on pace to see the first negative reading since December 2nd.
To say it has been a rough start for the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index may be the understatement of the young year.
Tensions over Ukraine aren't rattling financial markets so far, but investors still appear likely to snap up traditional safe-haven assets should Russia invade, market watchers said.
Steep declines in the shares of Netflix Inc. and Peloton Interactive Inc. this week highlighted how far many former pandemic beneficiaries have fallen in recent months, even as COVID-19-related hospitalizations keep rising to daily records and daily deaths top 2,000.
Technical and cycle analysis, and market commentary.
Prominent market technician Ralph Acampora says the recent bout of market volatility has him uneasy and now he's forecasting a deeper drop in the market.
Despite the eye-catching moves we have seen over the past few weeks, including yesterday’s 2.5% reversal in SPX and over 3% reversal in NDX, the market’s “fear gauge” has been slow to catch up.
The S&P 500 index had a rough start of the trading year – already down more than 6% in the first three trading weeks.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is struggling for direction midday. The S&P 500 Index has followed the Dow's price action, while the Nasdaq Composite has been stuck firmly in the red.
Also, Peloton, Netflix, TIPS, retirement advice and a look at investors' move to value stocks.
This week has seen carnage at the surface and below the index level in US equity markets, capped off by the chaos around the open today and the start of a $3.1 trillion options expiration.
S&P 500 buyers still can‘t get their act together – the momentum remains to the downside until credit markets turn and tech bleeding stops.
The U.S. leading index rose a solid 0.8% in December, signaling steady growth even as the record spread of the omicron virus nibbled at the edges of the economy.
It’s been an eventful week across U.S. equity markets as worries about rates continue to get priced in.
As Peloton Interactive Inc. pushed back against media reports suggesting dramatic cuts to production and staffing, at least one analyst joined in countering the extremely negative sentiment surrounding the maker of connected fitness equipment.
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The S&P 500 index broke below its early December low. Are we in a new bear market or is this still just a downward correction?
The stock market continued on a downward course as well.
The US stock market is knee-deep in another one of its periodic bouts of selling. Is this the big one or just another short-term correction?
Oil futures fell Friday, pulling back from seven-year highs set earlier in the week after a rise in U.S. crude inventories and a continued selloff in stocks that weighed on overall sentiment.
Treasury yields remain up sharply in 2022, but give back a chunk of this week's rise as traders look ahead to next week's meeting of Federal Reserve policy makers.
On Thursday, US stock indices fell sharply by the end of the day due to the drop in consumer stocks and new weakness in the technology sector.
20 Jan, 2022
After rallying in the morning trade, U.S. stocks staged a 180-degree turnaround and finished the day sharply lower, a sign that sentiment continues to be fragile on Wall Street.
It's tough to know where to start discussing today's market action where the equity futures reversed near 4% from the high of the day to the closing low, making "this time it's different" with broken trend and support levels on the daily chart.
A big after-hours drop followed the streaming giant's financial report.
Unemployment suddenly surged in the US last week, according to the Labor Department.
U.S. markets were all over the place on Thursday.
Stocks are staging a massive comeback today, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average last seen up 428 points midday. Both the S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq Composite are sporting solid midday gains as well.
As President Biden concludes his first year in office, we took a look at the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average during his presidency thus far.
The US stock market ended Wednesday's trading in the red zone.
After a strong, and in some cases record-breaking, start to the year, US equities have cooled off more recently.
19 Jan, 2022
The stock market failed to bounce back on Wednesday.
Markets looked ready to regain a bit of ground.
18 Jan, 2022
The market hit more turbulence on Tuesday.
Microsoft announced plans to acquire gaming company Activision Blizzard in a $68.7 billion cash deal.
All three major indexes started off the holiday-shortened week with steep losses, dragged lower by surging bond yields and more disappointing bank earnings.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down a brutal 481 points at midday, extending this morning's losses. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are swimming in red ink as well, as the 10-year Treasury yield climbs to its highest level since January 2020.
The Fed is in the process of ending its QE program. Fed officials have also signaled that they intend to raise rates three or four times this year. All of this should be highly U.S. dollar positive.
Find out why the market was on a downward trajectory Tuesday morning.
Yesterday, the US stock market was closed because of the holiday; only futures for indices, currency, and raw materials were traded.
17 Jan, 2022
This week's main event for investors will be meetings of the central banks of Japan and the Eurozone.
15 Jan, 2022
Stocks were mixed on Friday.
14 Jan, 2022
Retail sales in the US fell 1.9% in December, significantly worse than the projected 0.1% decrease.
Within the last hour of trading, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to eke out slight gains. All three major indexes fell for the week.
All three major indexes are pacing for their second-straight weekly loss of 2022.
On Thursday, major US indices closed lower amid renewed selling of technology stocks. N
Mixed results left investors concerned about the industry despite recent tailwinds.
The broader market fell sharply as well.
13 Jan, 2022
Wholesale prices in the US rose 0.2%, beneath the 0.4% estimate, according to the Labor Department.
Wall Street's "fear gauge," the Cboe Volatility Index (VIX), closed above the psychologically-significant 20 level today for the first time since Dec. 21.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is 151 points higher midday. The S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq Composite are both in the red, the latter sharply lower as Big Tech struggles.
Markets looked ready to move upward on Thursday morning.
12 Jan, 2022
Markets managed modest gains even after the latest report on consumer prices.
Inflation has soared at the fastest pace in nearly 40 years after rising by 7% this December.
At the market close, the S&P 500 climbed 0.28% to 4,726 but finished the day off its highs as risk appetite slowly dwindled throughout the trading session.
The Nasdaq and S&P 500 eked out modest gains in today's trading. The Dow struggled to find direction for most of the session but eventually settled in the black as well.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is modestly higher midday, last seen up 53 points after a brief dip into the red this morning. Both the S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq Composite are also higher this afternoon.
In a rising market, two companies stood out on the downside.
In his speech to the US Senate, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell calmed down a little concerned about monetary policy tightening.
11 Jan, 2022
Upbeat expectations about what the future could bring were bullish for the entire stock market.
The Dow and S&P 500 snapped their multi-day losing streaks, as U.S. markets brushed off rising interest rates. Investors are buying into the recent dip in tech, and the Nasdaq also added a solid 210 points.
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