Tag: Sven Henrich

Sell Zone

On Mount Everest the Death Zone is the altitude above 8,000 meters above which climbers cannot survive for an extended period of time without oxygen (speak: artificial help). In the Death Zone […]

Fed Games

Clever markets. Many index charts have camped themselves inside tight key price zones ahead of the Fed meeting this coming week leaving potential for important breakouts or equally important breakdowns. The trigger […]

Game Over

Game over. The grand central bank experiment of the last 10 years has ended in utter and complete failure. The games of cheap money and constant intervention that have brought you record […]

The Fed is IT

Please don’t anybody act surprised by today’s rally. We were oversold, we hit key technical pivots and a bounce was due, but the trigger was well advertised in advance. 13 Fed speakers […]

Collapse

Let’s call a spade a spade: The month of May was a month of collapse. Collapse in bullish narratives, collapse in trade talks, collapse in yields, collapse in technical structures, collapse in […]

The Dawning

The dawning may have begun, the realization that growth again has been overstated. Be it a China deal that’s dragging on with no clear path to resolution, and/or economic data that keeps […]

Ghost Chart

Are markets engaged in a major topping process? Last week I’ve raised the question of potential topping patterns being in the process of being formed if $SPX can’t recapture 2900 and move […]

Toxic Mess

Market price discovery has become a toxic mess and traders have to adapt to changing conditions. Fast. Blending an understanding of technicals with a keen awareness of the outside influencing factors on […]