The Fed blinked. This was not news to Macro Tourist Kevin Muir or readers of Biiwii.com, which is very pleased to publish his work. Fed
When FEYE was added per the NFTRH Charts & Notes segment it was noted that it had broken out and then pulled back, but was
The relationship between Consumer Discretionary (and its big Amazon component) and Consumer Staples is an indicator on risk tolerance vs. defensive behavior in the stock
A man stared at the chart below and made an update for subscribers a little while ago. Now, being a man who stares at charts
The theme for a bear case has been to take back the Trump rally in 2019, using SPX 2100-2200 as an example. Very simply, that
Investing.com has a market roundup for us this morning. It’s actually a somewhat helpful summary of yesterday’s events and ‘need to know’ stuff for today.
We wondered in a post this morning whether USD or some anti-USD markets were off base as all items were firm. Answer: Uncle Buck had
You partying? Wayne? You? Well, after expecting a bounce for an annoyingly long while the fledgling thing we had going before Mr. Powell’s jawbone was
Click headline, get story… Translation? One more hike in December and then we stand down. Subscribe to NFTRH Premium (monthly at USD $33.50 or a
The update about the Baltic Dry index (BDI) brought about a couple of responses from learned subscribers. Subscriber A noted that a lot of shipping
A low priority update on a short position I just took. The setup looked good enough to use as a chart study, if nothing else.
The simplest update we’ve ever had. An update on Nov. 26 talked about how Treasury yields are still set up bullish on the big picture
USD (UUP) is firm, as we all know. Deflation is coming, as we all (think) we know. But certain global markets that have been pressured
The market bounce scenario has been on my radar longer than has been convenient for my own investing/trading. But that’s the way corrections and reactions