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Tag Archive for ‘Sven Henrich’
It was a good week to be bullish and the buying was ferocious and on the surface it appears that bulls won a major victory and bears look to have flailed again. Correction over. New highs on Nasdaq with $SPX recapturing all key moving averages including the 50MA, the 21MA, the weekly 5EMA and all is looking rosy again. Next week bullish OPEX, a sheepishly dovish Fed again the week […]
What Correction I asked yesterday as many key stocks and indices don’t show any correction on longer term time frames so quickly came the bounce erasing virtually all losses. But the quick recovery brings about concerns that can be described as a market paradox. Firstly note that the $NDX, led by the usual suspects, is actually near all time highs. Tech continues to be strong and if you’re coming from […]
Oh he’ll never admit it of course, but let’s face reality: The ECB cut its QE program in half In January and European stocks have never been the same. It’s almost as if stock performance is somehow influenced by how much artificial liquidity is being pumped into markets. But this is not the point of the article, rather I want to highlight some technical considerations for the $DAX in particular […]
Note: This is the Daily Market Brief issued to clients on Monday March 5, 2018 before market open, outlining our market strategy and outlook for the coming week. I’m sharing it to highlight how markets can be approached analytically in context of uncertain market times and high volatility. Note: $SPX closed at 2786 on Friday. The environment remains foggy and very much unclear. We bought the weakness last Friday and […]