Futures Rest in Front of Data

It was another rollercoaster Wednesday that ended on a pullback.  Black-body candles were the norm, but the tech-heavy QQQ was notably more indecisive (wicky) than the others.  For the day, SPY fell 0.42%, DIA fell 0.76%, and QQQ was up 0.32%. The VXX was flat at 36.98 and T2122 fell back out of the overbought territory to 77.08.  The 10-year bond yield fell slightly to 0.728% while Oil (WTI) also dropped to $37.73/barrel.

During the day the SEC told HTZ they had concerns about the bankrupt company issuing another IPO.  In response, HTZ suspended its planned $500 million secondary offering.  Fed Chair Powell also told the House they will gradually move from buying bond ETFs to individual corporate bonds.  He also urged Congress (and the Administration) not to pull back too early on relief for households and small businesses.

On the Virus front, the global headline numbers are 8,465,631 confirmed cases and 451,933 deaths.  Reuters reported that China canceled domestic flights in/out of Beijing in further signs of the lockdown intended to stop the current outbreak, but only 21 more new cases were reported in the city. However, the worst impacts are in South America, where Chile tightened its lockdown on an increase in cases, Chile’s President went into preventative quarantine after staff infections and Brazil reported that new cases topped 31,000 again.

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In the US, we now have 2,234,854 confirmed cases and 119,943 deaths reported to date.  10 states saw their highest number of new cases on Wednesday.  These ten from among the 21 states that saw increases.  TX was perhaps the worst of those, with a new case rate increase of 3.4% and a staggering one-day jump of 11% in virus hospitalizations.  Yet in NY, NYC is on track to reopen many businesses on Monday.

Overnight, Asian markets were mixed again, but this time mostly red.  China and Taiwan eked out a very small gain, but India had a 2% up day.  In Europe, we are seeing red across the board with the lone exception of Portugal being just on the green side of flat at this point.   At 7:30 am, US futures are pointing to a mildly lower open.

The major economic news for Thursday includes is limited to Initial Jobless Claims and Jun Philly Fed Mfg. Index (both at 8:30 am) and FOMC Member Mester speaks again (12:15 pm).  However, CMC, DBI, KR, RGS, and SWBI all report before the open. 

It’s still early, but it is looking like markets want to take a rest, perhaps with a small pullback early in the day.  However, Jobless Claims and the Philly Fed Index could well give markets a push one way or the other.  Keep your eyes on the short-term chart in front of you as whipsaw has been the rule for some time.  As always, don’t chase, don’t predict, and don’t be greedy (take profits and move your stops as you go).

Ed

There are no Trade Ideas for today. However, be aware that the normal distribution of trade ideas has been moved to the trading room and the Members-Only Phone App in the future anyway. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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Beware Gap and Fade but Bulls Running

Another day, another gap and fade.  Markets opened just under 3% higher on the hope of more stimulus and an unexpected May Retail Sales beat.  However, as usual of late, traders then sold off hard to begin the all-day volatile rollercoaster.  The day ended on a last-minute climb giving us black-bodied candles with long lower wicks across the board.  (You decide whether you want to call them Hanging Men.)  On the day the SPY gained 1.86%, the DIA gained 2.06%, and the QQQ gained 1.72%.  VXX fell back to 36.87 and T2122 climbed back into the overbought territory at 93.75.  Oil (WTI) closed up as energy led markets most of the day, ending at $38.11/barrel and the 10-year bond yield rose to 0.75%.

Fed Chair Powell downplayed the $750 billion corporate bond-buying program when he testified before the Senate Tuesday.  However, he also signaled that the backstop was in place and that when markets weren’t buying up the bonds, the Fed would step in (i.e. let the market determine the pace of Fed purchases).  The part that may scare traders is when he said if the market continues to improve, the Fed would be happy to slow or stop buying.  So, he promised a backstop…not additional buying pressure.

On the Virus front, the global headline numbers are 8,287,295 confirmed cases and 446,667 deaths. The big news is a UK study that found a cheap steroid that improves the survival rate of the worst cases by 30%.  This is great news, but preliminary as another study found that the previously touted hydroxychloroquine may actually reduce the effectiveness of Remdesivir (the only treatment proven to help). In Brazil, the virus rages out of control as they reported over 34,000 cases on the day (an increase of 66% over the Monday).  Meanwhile, China is continuing the fast clamp down on the new outbreak, including more intensive testing of imported meat after it was discovered a majority of the recent cases were people who were processing imported salmon.

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In the US, we now have 2,208,486 confirmed cases and 119,133 deaths reported to date.  TX has seen a 66% increase in virus cases since Memorial Day, including yet another daily high in new cases Tuesday.  FL also saw a 3.6% increase in cases on the day.  However, CA saw only a 1.4% increase, the smallest increase in cases in that state in 3 weeks.

In the US, we now have 2,182,979 confirmed cases and 118,286 deaths reported to date.  23 states have seen an increase in cases over the last week.  TX reported its 6th record-high number of hospitalizations in the last week on Monday, but the increase was lower than the 7-day average increase.  CA saw a decrease in positive test results (to 4.5%) as of last Friday.  Meanwhile, AR Governor Hutchinson issued executive orders protecting businesses in the state from virus liability. 

Overnight, Asian markets were mixed, but mostly in the green.  Japan and India being the 2 that showed red, but South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, and Shanghai were all barely on the green side.  Europe is showing a similar situation with the big 3 (FTSE, DAX, CAC) up between half and one percent.  However, some of the minor bourses (Greece, Finland, and Sweden) are in the red, while some of the others are not that far into the green at this point in their day.  At 7:30 am, US futures are pointing to another gap higher of between 0.5%-1.0%.

The major economic news for Wednesday includes May Building Permits, and May Housing Starts (both at 8:30 am), Crude Oil Inventories (10:30 am), Fed Chair Powell testifying (12 pm), and FOMC Member Mester speaks (4 pm).  However, there are no major earnings announcements at all on the day.

It’s still early, but as of now, we’re looking at another significant gap this morning.  The gap higher at the open should take us back to challenge Tuesday’s highs.  If we can clear that, we’ll be back in the Island Reversal gap.  Stay focused on the short-term chart.  However, the bulls seem to be calling the tune this morning.  As always, don’t chase, don’t predict, and don’t be greedy (take profits and move your stops as you go).

Ed

There are no Trade Ideas for today. However, be aware that the normal distribution of trade ideas has been moved to the trading room and the Members-Only Phone App in the future anyway. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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Looking For More Easing and Stimulus

Markets gapped down 2% Monday as virus fears continued.  However, the bulls then immediately started to fade the gap in a steady climb.  About 2pm the Fed kicked that rebound into high gear, by announcing they will buy individual corporate bonds.  After another 1.3% gain the roller-coaster was on for the rest of the afternoon.  This resulted in Piercing Candle signals on the SPY and DIA.  At the close, SPY was up 0.93%, DIA was up 0.63%, and QQQ was up 1.22%.  VXX was down to 37.72 and T2122 (4-week New High-Low Ratio) climbed back to 67.65 (mid-range).  The 10-year bond yield climbed a bit to 0.72% and Oil (WTI) also climbed back to $37.07/barrel.

In addition to the Fed announcement of actually starting the buying of individual corporate bonds (which had been previously announced, but started Monday), Chair Powell testifies the next two days on Capitol Hill.  So, there seems to be hope this morning that he may say something that would buoy markets.  There is also a rumor recirculating this morning that the White House will announce its previously rumored Infrastructure plan.  This would obviously require Congressional approval and Senate Republicans have blocked several infrastructure packages on cost concerns the last year or so.  Still, markets may well buy the hope of more spending.

In business news, HTZ made news by telling traders that it expects stockholders to lose all their money (as part of their IPO application).  AAPL also said that consumers spent more than $519 billion in 2019 through phone apps in the iTunes store.  (This includes all purchases made through the store, like UBER fares.)

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On the Virus front, the global headline numbers are 8,141,521 confirmed cases and 439,713 deaths.  A second vaccine candidate began human trials in the UK as their retail stores opened to lines of shoppers Monday.  However, the new outbreak in Beijing has now increased to 100 cases.  At the same time, Brazil (the current virus epicenter) reported almost 21,000 new cases Monday (more new cases than the US on a population two-thirds the size and much worse testing and medical infrastructure).

In the US, we now have 2,182,979 confirmed cases and 118,286 deaths reported to date.  23 states have seen an increase in cases over the last week.  TX reported its 6th record-high number of hospitalizations in the last week on Monday, but the increase was lower than the 7-day average increase.  CA saw a decrease in positive test results (to 4.5%) as of last Friday.  Meanwhile, AR Governor Hutchinson issued executive orders protecting businesses in the state from virus liability. 

Overnight, Asian markets were strongly in the green, with gains of almost 5% in Japan, over 5% in South Korea, and almost 4% in Australia. Europe is following suit, with the three major bourses up 2.5%-3% at this point in their day.  At 7:30 am, US futures are pointing to a significant gap higher of between 1%-1.5%.

The major economic news for Tuesday includes May Retail Sales (8:30 am), May Industrial Production (9:15 am), April Business Inventories (10 am).  As previously mentioned, Fed Chair Powell also testifies before Congress (10am) and FOMC Member Clarida speaks at 4pm. 

It’s still early, but as of now, we’re looking at a significant gap up as the fear of virus impact is replaced with hope for more money from the Fed and government.  The gap higher at the open should take us back to challenge Friday’s highs.  If we can clear that, we’ll be back in the Island Reversal gap.  Stay focused on the short-term chart.  However, the bulls seem to be calling the tune this morning.  As always, don’t chase, don’t predict, and don’t be greedy (take profits and move your stops as you go).

Ed

There are no Trade Ideas for today. However, be aware that the normal distribution of trade ideas has been moved to the trading room and the Members Only App in the future anyway. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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Virus Fear Giving the Bears Strength

Volatility reigned Friday as markets gapped up 2.5% at the open, then immediately sold off back to the Thursday close and continued the roller coaster the rest of the day. Overall, there was a 3.5% range on the day and we closed with significant black-body candles, but the gap up left us green overall on the day.  The SPY closed up 1.20%, DIA up 1.87%, and QQQ up 0.79%.  The VXX was down almost 7% to 38.71 and T2122 fell dramatically to 30.43.  10-year bond yields rose to 0.707% and Oil (WTI) was flat at $36.48/barrel.

On Saturday the President’s Trade Advisor Navarro said the White House is looking for another $2 trillion stimulus package focusing on aid to manufacturers.  However, at the same time, Chief Economic Advisor Kudlow was saying we are likely seeing a v-shaped recovery, are into the recovery phase, and its time to end individual relief.  Of course, the White House and Senate Republicans declared the House-passed stimulus bill (that focused on unemployment benefits, relief for state/local government, and extending the PPP program) as DOA.  In fact, Senate Majority Leader McConnell said the Senate will not even take up the topic of additional stimulus until at least July 21, after the Congress returns from summer recess.  So, it is very unsure if, when, or what type of additional stimulus we might see anytime soon. That leaves the Fed.

On the Virus front itself, the global headline numbers are 8,017,847 confirmed cases and 436,125 deaths.  On Monday, the EU reopened its internal borders, albeit under a patchwork of rules and exceptions.  On Sunday the UK reported its lowest daily virus death toll since March, opened stores to the public, and PM Johnson said he may well end social distancing rules on July 4.  However, things are not going as swimmingly in other parts of the world.  In China, a district of Beijing has locked down again after tests at a wholesale market found 49 positives out of 517 people tested (9% positive rate) and now there is a race to test 200,000 other workers in that market who have high-touch, public-facing jobs. India is also seeing a significant spike in cases in consecutive weeks even as reopening continues.

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In the US, we now have 2,162,261 confirmed cases and 117,858 deaths reported to date. On Friday afternoon, the CDC said states and localities may need to reimpose strict measures if cases rise “dramatically.” At the same time, overall, there is a slowing of growth in the number of cases.  For example, former epicenter NY, which was slowest to reopen, is seeing the lowest rate of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths since the beginning of the crisis.  However, 22 states are see increasing rates. This includes record jumps in FL, NC, SC, TX, and CA.  Some states and cities have even paused their reopening plans.   

Overnight, Asian markets were deeply into the red, with South Korea losing 4.76% and Japan down 3.47%.  The best performer was Chinese Shenzhen, which was down only 0.29%. Europe is following suit for the most part, with the three major bourses down 1.30% on average.  However, the minor Belgian and Swiss indices are eking out a green chart so far in the European day.  At 7:30 am, US futures are pointing to a significant gap lower of between 1.5% and 2.5% (the exact opposite of Friday morning).

The major economic news for Monday is very limited, with only the NY Empire Mfg. Index (8:30 am) on tap.  However, TTM, JKS, and MPAA report before the open.

It’s early, but as of now, we’re looking another significant gap down as the fear of virus impacts builds.  With the uptrend broken and assuming the gap, we are now 7%-8% off the recent highs, so there is significant technical damage for bulls to overcome. The sky is not falling yet.  We are still 35%-40% above the March lows.  However, this is clearly the toughest test of the rally we’ve seen.  Stay focused on the short-term chart.  As always, don’t chase, don’t predict, and don’t be greedy (take profits and move your stops as you go).

Ed

There are no Trade Ideas for today. However, be aware that the normal distribution of trade ideas has been moved to the trading room and the Members Only App in the future anyway. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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DISCLAIMER: Investing / Trading involves significant financial risk and is not suitable for everyone. No communication from Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates or representatives is not financial or trading advice. All information provided by Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates and representatives are intended for educational purposes only. You are advised to test any new trading approach before implementing it.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Terms of Service

Gap Up to Pressure Any Greedy Bears

Fear of a second wave of coronavirus helped the bears take the bull to the woodshed Thursday on what turned out to be the worst day for markets since March.  A 2.5% gap down at the open was followed-up with a steady all-day sell-off with the close near the lows.  The SPY is just below its 200sma, while the DIA gapped clear through it and is halfway to its 50sma.  The QQQ continues to hold its uptrend as it is still above even the 20sma.  On the day, the SPY lost 5.74%, the DIA lost 6.80%, and the QQQ lost 4.95%.  The VXX shot higher to 41.60 and T2122 fell sharply, but remains just inside overbought territory at 82.40.  Bond yields fell sharply as money chased safety, closing at 0.669% and Oil (WTI) fell 8% to $36.36/barrel.

The Fed released data Thursday that showed total US debt (household, corporate, and government) grew by almost 12% in Q1.  It had grown by 3.2% in Q4 of 2019.  The total is now just under $56 trillion.  The largest jump was 18.8% by business, followed by a 14.3% increase from government.  Household debt only grew 3.9% for the quarter.

At the same time, new jobless claims fell again this week to 1.5 million (down from 1.9 million last week).  There have been over 44 million new jobless claims made since the virus hit, but the trend has clearly been getting better in recent weeks.  So, with this week's significant improvement, it is odd to note that 24 states recorded increases in initial claims.  In the larger context, the continuing claims fell but fell less than expected for the week, down to 21 million.

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On the Virus front itself, the global headline numbers are 7,622,021 confirmed cases and 424,325 deaths.  The UK, who followed the US lead and delayed lockdown and social distancing, reports its GDP fell 24.5% (year on year) and 20.4% (month to month) in April.  This was significantly worse than the 18.4% month-to-month contraction that was expected.

In the US, we now have 2,089,825 confirmed cases and 116,036 deaths reported to date.  For the sixth time this month, the state of NC has recorded a record number of hospitalizations.  In TX, the city of Houston is close to needing to reverse its recent reopening measures.  Discussion is underway about whether they need to open a temporary hospital at the NRG stadium, which was built in April, but never had to be used. In Nashville TN, the Mayor has decided to delay further opening after a recent rise in cases in the city.  However, in NY state, they have opened up 5 more regions to business with some restrictions such as restaurants only being allowed 50% of normal indoor seating capacity. 

Overnight, Asian markets were mixed, but strongly leaning to the downside with only Shenzhen and India on the positive side.  Europe is mixed, but strongly leaning to the upside, with only Russia and Greece in the red so far today.  At 7:30 am, US futures are looking for a major rebound from Thursday’s pummeling, pointing to a gap higher of between 1.5% and 2.5% (the exact opposite of Thursday morning).

The major economic news for Friday is limited to May Imports/Exports (8:30 am) and Michigan Consumer Expectations (10 am).  There are no major earnings on the day.

The whiplash appears to want to continue.  It’s early, but as of now, we’re looking at a gap up as big as yesterday’s gap down at the open.  So, Mr. Market seems ready to punish the short-sellers who didn’t take profits at the close Thursday.   And while the uptrend was broken in the large-caps, the QQQ held its channel.  The bulls clearly have significant damage to repair, but a pullback had been long overdue.  So, the sky is not falling and the longer-term trend continues to point higher as of now.  Stay focused on the short-term chart.  Above all don’t chase, don’t predict, and don’t be greedy (take profits and move your stops as you go).

Ed

No Trade Ideas for Friday. (It's payday, think about taking some off the table for the weekend.) However, keep an eye on the trading room and the Members Only App for tickers that come up today. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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DISCLAIMER: Investing / Trading involves significant financial risk and is not suitable for everyone. No communication from Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates or representatives is not financial or trading advice. All information provided by Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates and representatives are intended for educational purposes only. You are advised to test any new trading approach before implementing it.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Terms of Service

The Fed Delivered But A 2nd Wave Feared

On Wednesday the large-cap pause continued while the techs tried to keep going.  The QQQ gapped up just over 0.75% and ground sideways until the Fed announcements. Meanwhile, the large-caps gapped only slightly, then sold off shortly after the open.  After the FOMC announcements, volatility reigned with large swings in all 3 indices, closing on a down leg.  On the day, the QQQ was up 1.20% (to another all-time high), the SPY was down 0.56%, and the DIA was down 1.07%.  VXX was flat at 31.13 and T2122 gave back a bit, but still remains deep in overbought territory at 90.91.  10-year bond yields fell to 0.736% and Oil (WTI) rose slightly to $39.06/barrel.

The FOMC seemed to give something to everyone.  The statement promised that rates will remain near zero through at least 2022 (3 years total) and committed to keep on buying assets at the rate of $80 billion in Treasuries and $40 billion in mortgage-backed securities per month.  They also forecast a 6.5% decline in GDP this year (2020), but a massive bounce-back to a 5% GDP gain in 2021.  On top of this Treas. Sec. Mnuchin said that he backs another stimulus plan.  So, traders got everything they could have hoped for…a Fed backstop, unlimited continued easing, and likely more fiscal stimulus to boot.

After the close, GRUB agreed to be purchased by European company Just Eat Takeaway (this was a big loss for UBER who had also been bidding on GRUB).  Elsewhere, sources told CNBC that BA expects to make the first 737 Max recertification flight by the end of June. SBUX also said it is closing 400 of its North American stores while adding drive-through and carryout-only operations to many of the remaining locations.  In positive news, F says they will return to normal production levels by July 6

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On the Virus front itself, the global headline numbers are 7,482,740 confirmed cases and 419,494 deaths.  In India, the spread is getting out of control with major cities’ hospitals out of ICU beds even as they continue to open the economy again.  In China, high-end good sales have rebounded.  For example, Jewelry sales increased by 30% in April and 90% in May compared to the same months in 2019.  Other luxury categories report similar results as the Chinese economy is back to normal. 

In the US, we now have 2,066,611 confirmed cases and 115,140 deaths reported to date.  TX had a third straight day of record coronavirus hospitalizations.  In CA, the 9 most populous counties also reported a spike in cases two weeks after Memorial Day.  The latest data model projections are now forecasting 170,000 US deaths before October (the mean of model ranges of 133k to 290k).  Fear of this resurgence seems to be driving futures today and recoloring the Fed announcements and statements from Wednesday.   

Overnight, Asian markets were strongly in the red all across the board.  The same is true in Europe, where there is no green to be seen in any of the bourses at this point in their day.  At 7:30 am, US futures are going to follow the rest of the world, pointing to a gap down of between 1.5% and 2.5%.

The major economic news for Thursday is limited to May Core PPI and Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (both at 8:30 am).  Major earnings reports on the day are limited to ADBE, LULU, PLAY, and PVH all after the close.

It looks like Mr. Market is going to punish those who got too bullish at the open.  However, the bulls have been on a tear for weeks now and as we said, a pullback has been due.  So, the sky is not falling and the trend continues to point higher as of now.  Stay focused on the short-term chart and keep locking in those profits and moving stops as you go.  As always, above all don’t chase or predict.

Ed

Because of the gap down today we will be posting the Trade Ideas in the trading room and on the Members Only App. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

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🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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Waiting on Fed Assurance?

Markets did gap lower at the open, but bears could not get any follow-through as markets closed inside the previous candle in the large-caps.  Meanwhile, the bulls kept running (like the bears didn’t even exist) in the QQQ. The tech names were led by new all-time high closes from AMZN, AAPL, FB, and MSFT.  On the day the SPY closed down 0.70%, the DIA down 1.05%, and the QQQ up 0.72% to another all-time high.  The VXX gained almost 5% to 31.27 and the T2122 dipped very slightly to 98.21.  10-yr. bond yields fell to 0.82% and Oil (WTI) resumed its rally, climbing to $38.73/barrel. 

The FOMC announcements, statements, and press conference will be key today.  The Fed skipped its normal forecasts in March.  So, today will be the first look into their revised projections of where the economy and interest rates are headed for the remainder of the year and into 2021. (They last published forecasts in late 2019.)  Chairman Powell’s statement will also be scrutinized word-by-word as some traders look for bad news (to get more stimulus) and others hope for reassurance that everything will soon be back to normal.

With the Fed taking center stage today, Asian Central Banks got a reprieve.  Emerging market central banks had been under intense pressure with fund outflows and a lack of trickle-down help from China hurting their economies.  (The Chinese People’s Bank of China resisted major stimulus plans of the kind the Fed, ECB, and BOJ all undertook.)  However, reports released today say a recent reversal of funds flow (back to seeking risk), especially in South Korea and Thailand, has caused Asian currencies to stabilize and given those Central Bankers the luxury to wait on the Fed to lead the way.

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On the Virus front itself, the global headline numbers are 7,343,977 confirmed cases and 414,129 deaths.  In South America, Peru surpassed 203,000 confirmed cases (significant for a country with less than one-tenth the population of the US).  In Brazil, a Justice on the Supreme Court has ruled the government must publish its coronavirus data (despite their President’s decision to stop publishing it).  As a result, Brazil added 33,000 cases to their previous count.  In France, the govt. has announced a $17 billion bailout package for its airline industry, with about a quarter of that going to the national carrier Air France. 

In the US, we now have 2,045,741 confirmed cases and 114,151 deaths reported to date.  NYC reported a record low positive test rate Tuesday, with only 1% of all tests processed coming back positive.  However, CA reports a surge in hospitalizations and confirmed cases in counties where just under half the state’s population reside. Elsewhere, AMZN announced plans to open their own testing labs to avoid delays when they implement their plan to test all employees every 2 weeks. (A move that comes in response to employee push-back over lax testing).   

Overnight, Asian markets were mixed with all the indices not far from the flat line.  However European stocks are lower across the board again so far today.  At 7:30 am, US futures are mixed and closer to flat then has been normal recently.  The large-caps are just in the red while the NASDAQ is looking to a half percent gap higher again. 

The major economic news for Wednesday is May Core CPI (8:30 am), Crude Oil Inventories (10:30 am), May Federal Budget Balance, Fed Interest Rate Projections, FOMC Economic Forecast, FOMC Rate Decision, and FOMC Statement (all at 2 pm), and the FOMC Press Conference (2:30 pm).  The only major earnings reports on the day are CHS, GES, RRGB, and UNFI before the open.

The bulls have been on a tear for weeks now.  However, in the large-caps we may see a continuation of the pause waiting on more reassurance from the FOMC.  That said, it does not look like the NASDAQ bulls are ready to slow down yet.   With the Fed on tap this afternoon, I would not be surprised by a drift waiting on the statement or presser. Don’t bet against the trend unless you’re doing it to hedge, but remember we are also very extended and overdue for a rest.  So, stay focused on the short-term chart and lock in those profits as you go.  As always, above all don’t chase or predict.

Ed

Trade ideas for your watchlist and consideration: CHWY, ZS, MS, USO, BAC, WDC, KO, WFC, EPD, BHC. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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A Pause Before the Fed Statement?

Markets gapped higher and, despite a little morning profit-taking, rose steadily all day with a close very near the highs.  The bulls seem very optimistic about reopening and economic recovery.  On the day, SPY gained 1.21%, DIA gained 1.75%, and QQQ gained 0.78% (to another all-time high).  Interestingly, the VXX also gained slightly to 29.82, and T2122 also squeezed-out another gain to 99.57.  The 10-year bond yield fell a bit to 0.879% and Oil (WTI) also stepped back to $38.23/barrel. 

At the end of the day, it was announced that the Fed is expanding its “Main Street” program allowing for both larger and smaller loans as well as increasing the repayment term to 5 years on loans.  This news came as it was also confirmed that the US had entered a recession in February, as the economy led the government by a month in recognizing the importance of the pandemic.

On the Virus front itself, the global headline numbers are 7,219,187 confirmed cases and 409,108 deaths.  The world saw a record number of new cases in a day, with over 136,000 reported Sunday.  In Israel, they have stopped reopening as they have seen a doubling of the new case rate in the last week coupled with a steep increase in deaths.   However, the situation in places like Canada is improving, allowing them to ease border restrictions with the US, though still requiring a 14-day quarantine for incoming travelers.

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In the US, we now have 2,026,597 confirmed cases and 113,061 deaths reported to date.  FL and TX both reported big jumps in new cases this last week (46% and 50%).  However, at least in FL, there was also an increase in testing which may help explain it away.  However, in TX it is an increase in positive tests (up to over 7.5% of tests done in the state coming back positive) that is the cause.  This resulted in a record number of hospitalizations in the state.  Still, we are not seeing a medical system overload at this point as the state has 1,600 open ICU beds and over 5,800 ventilators available.

Overnight, Asian markets were mixed with China, Hong Kong, Australia, and South Korea higher.  However, Japan, India, Singapore, and Thailand led the others lower.   European stocks are lower across the board so far today.  At 7:30 am, US futures are also lower, pointing to a gap down of about one percent in the large caps and half a percent in the NASDAQ.  

The only major economic news for Tuesday is April JOLTs (10 am).  Earnings reports are also lite with BF.B, CONN, GCO, HDS, SIG, and TIF reporting before the open.  Then AMC, CHWY, FIVE, GME, and VRNT report after the close.

The bulls have been running rampant, but futures are telling us that traders are taking some profits this morning.  With no economic news on tap to stir the pot and waiting on the Fed statement Wednesday, markets may drift today.  Don’t bet against the trend unless you’re doing it to hedge, but remember we are well overdue for a pause or pullback in this swing.  So, stay focused on the short-term chart and lock in those profits as you go.  Above all, don’t chase or predict.

Ed

Trade ideas for your watchlist and consideration: OGI, VFF, AGS, TLRY, ZS, SMSI, NKE, HD, SQ, PTE, ASNA. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

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|607% in just 24 months |

Disclosure: We do not act on all trades we mention, and not all mentions acted on the day of the mention. All trades we mention are for your consideration only.

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DISCLAIMER: Investing / Trading involves significant financial risk and is not suitable for everyone. No communication from Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates or representatives is not financial or trading advice. All information provided by Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates and representatives are intended for educational purposes only. You are advised to test any new trading approach before implementing it.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Terms of Service

Bulls Look To Follow-Up Big Week

The May Unemployment Report came in much better than expected and the bulls were off to the races Friday.  After an almost 2% gap higher, a morning rally drove us to the highs by late morning.  A grind sideways in a tight range took over for several hours, then profit-taking the last hour of the day pulled markets back into what the Bears might call a Shooting Star candle in the SPY and DIA.  On the Day, DIA gained 3.12%, SPY gained 2.59%, and QQQ gained 1.98% (closing at an all-time high).  The VXX fell below 30 for the first time in 3 months to 29.17 while the T2122 4-week High-Low Ratio proved it could go higher to close at 99.26.  At the same time, 10-year bond yields rose to 0.893% while Oil (WTI) gained over 4% to close at $38.97/barrel.  The Dow was up almost 7% on the week and the S&P up almost 5%.

On Saturday OPEC+ agreed to extend their production cuts for one more month even as oil prices have more than doubled in the 7 weeks since the start of the cuts.  The one fly in the ointment is compliance to cut promises (some countries having only cut one-third as much as promised). Regardless, the cut extensions are good news for US shale producers who need prices where they are now or higher to make a profit.

Bloomberg reported on Sunday that sources tell them AAPL is looking to get further into the finance business.  No word, on whether this is due to a demand slump.  Either way, AAPL is reportedly preparing to sell their products and services via installments with either “6mo. no interest” or “12mo. no interest” payment plans.  The move would have the additional benefit of forcing more adoption of the Apple Card as that is how payments would be managed.

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Elsewhere on Sunday, in China, it was reported that May exports fell 3.3% year-on-year, after a surprising gain in April. However, May imports were down almost 5 times more than exports.  As a result, China had a record trade surplus overall for the month, shipping almost $63 billion more than it imported.  While the May numbers were bad, both the imports and exports handily beat average economist expectations reported by Reuters.  It’s also worth noting that the US trade deficit with China widened by another $28 billion during the month.

On the Virus front itself, the global headline numbers are 7,110,306 confirmed cases and 406,474 deaths.  New case rates keep falling in the countries hit early.  However, South American, the Middle East, and Africa all have exploding rates.  The global daily new case number has grown to 100,000 per day for over a week, that is the highest daily average seen so far.  Responses continue to vary, for example Brazil decided to simply stop reporting the number of new cases or related deaths as of the end of last week. 

In the US, we crossed the 2 million case mark this weekend and now have 2,007,531 confirmed cases and 112,471 deaths reported to date.  NYC has finally met the CDC guidelines and will begin the first phase of reopening today.  At the federal level, an HHS Dept. official told CNBC the govt. supply of GILD's Remdesivir (the only proven coronavirus treatment, which cuts hospital stay just over 25%) will run out at month-end. Speaking of GILD, over the weekend AZN approached GILD about a potential merger but were told there was no interest.

Overnight, Asian markets green across the board again, but still very mixed.  India was up over 3% and Japan 1.4%, but at the same time China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Australia were dead flat.  In Europe, stocks are mixed on either side of break-even at this point in their day.  At 7:30 am, US futures are also mixed, with the NASDAQ just on the red side of flat, the S&P up 0.4%, and the Dow looking to gap up 0.7%.  There are no major economic news or earnings reports on Monday.

The bulls have been running rampant, but Friday’s high wick may show some over-extension concern at this point.  However, peaceful protests and no major economic stories did nothing to do dampen spirits over the weekend.  So, Monday could see some follow-through to last week’s run.  Don’t bet against the trend unless you’re doing it to hedge, but remember a pause or pullback is normal in uptrends.  So, stay focused on the short-term chart and lock in profits as you go.  Above all, don’t chase or predict.

Ed

Trade ideas for your watchlist and consideration: FNGU, SNAP, UNH, SQ, HD, ORCL, PYPL, DRI, CRWD, ZS. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

Hit and Run Candlesticks / Road To Wealth Youtube videos

|607% in just 24 months |

Disclosure: We do not act on all trades we mention, and not all mentions acted on the day of the mention. All trades we mention are for your consideration only.

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DISCLAIMER: Investing / Trading involves significant financial risk and is not suitable for everyone. No communication from Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates or representatives is not financial or trading advice. All information provided by Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates and representatives are intended for educational purposes only. You are advised to test any new trading approach before implementing it.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Terms of Service

Bulls Set to Ignore Economic News Again

As mentioned yesterday, the bulls paused Thursday.  Bears might try to argue that resistance held, but the candles don’t exactly scream “failure” since all 3 major indices printed indecisive candles (Doji or Spinning Top).  More to the point, there was no power behind any bearish move to this point.  On the day, SPY closed down 0.25%, DIA closed up 0.05%, and QQQ closed down 0.71%.  VXX was also flat, down slightly to 30.85 while the T2122 4-week High-Low Ratio climbed again to 98.84 (extremely overbought).  10-year bond yield rose to 0.823% as money left bonds, while Oil (WTI) rose just a bit to $37.32/barrel.

Before the open, initial jobless claims were worst than expected (1.877 million vs 1.7 million estimated) and continuing claims have reached 21.5 million.  This has led to expectations that the May Unemployment rate will exceed 20%.  However, the Fed also increased (initially $500 billion) and extended the length of its bond-buying program through at least June 2021.  Elsewhere, the White House said they expect the next stimulus bill to be about $1 trillion, despite Senate Republican objections to any more stimulus for now. 

In business news, after the close, AVGO warned of weak demand for smartphone components in their conference call.  F also decided to postpone the return to work of salaried workers until September.  In addition, JCP announced it will close 154 more stores as part of its bankruptcy exit plan and the largest mall operator in the US (SPG) is suing GPS over skipped rent payments the last couple months.

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On the Virus front itself, the global headline numbers are 6,726,982 confirmed cases and 393,616 deaths.  In Spain, a new study found that 5.2% of the population has virus antibodies (has had coronavirus). Meanwhile, France reported that its outbreak is now “under control” largely because the public has accepted and worn masks.  In the UK it was announced that public transport operations will resume on June 15, but all riders will be required to wear masks. 

However, in the US, where the spread has been the worst, we have 1,924,189 confirmed cases and 110,179 deaths reported to date.  The Director of the CDC told reporters he is seeing far too many people not following CDC guidelines for reopening, including not wearing masks or maintaining any social distance.  At the same time, the 4 largest air carriers are increasing their number of flights 27% in June, albeit at a reduced capacity per plane. 

Overnight, Asian markets green across the board again.  European stocks are looking to follow suit, up 1%-1.5% as of midday.  At 7:30 am, US futures seem to be falling in-line with the other regions, as they are pointing to a significant gap higher of between 0.8% and 1.2% with just the NASDAQ futures lagging (only pointing to a 0.4% gap up).    

Friday’s major economic news includes May Hourly Earnings, May Non-farm Payrolls, May Participation Rate, and May Unemployment Rate (all at 8:30 am).  The only earnings reports of note is TIF before the open.

The bulls remain in control, even as Thursday saw a pause.  It looks like they want to take markets higher, at least at the open.  Expected bad economic news seems no problem again and while protests continue, they are peaceful in a vast majority of locations.  Continue to stay focused on the short-term chart and don’t hesitate to lock in profits.  Remember its Friday.  So, don’t hesitate to put some jingle in the bank ahead of the weekend news cycles.  However, don’t bet against the trend unless you’re doing it to hedge.  Above all, don’t chase or predict.

Ed

No Trade ideas for your watchlist and consideration on Friday. Trade your plan, take profits along the way, and smart. Also, don't forget to check for upcoming earnings. Finally, remember that the stocks/ETFs we mention and talk about in the trading room are not recommendations to buy or sell.

🎯 Mike Probst: Rick, Got CTL off the scanner today. Already up 30%. Love it.

🎯 Dick Carp: the scanner paid for the year with HES-thank you

🎯 Arnoldo Bolanos: LTA scanner really works $$, thanks Ed.

🎯 Bob S: LTA is incredible…. I use it … would not trade without it

🎯 Malcolm .: Posted in room 2, @Rick... I used the LTA Scanner to go through hundreds of stocks this weekend and picked out three to trade:  PYPL, TGT, and ZS.   Quality patterns and with my trading, up 24%, 7% and 12%.... this program is gold.

🎯 Friday 6/21/19  (10:09 am) Aaron B: Today, my account is at +190% since January. Thanks, RWO HRC Flash Malcolm Thomas Steve Ed Bob S Bob C Mike P and everyone that contributes every day. I love our job.

Hit and Run Candlesticks / Road To Wealth Youtube videos

|607% in just 24 months |

Disclosure: We do not act on all trades we mention, and not all mentions acted on the day of the mention. All trades we mention are for your consideration only.

Free YouTube Education  •  Subscription PlansPrivate 2-Hour Coaching

DISCLAIMER: Investing / Trading involves significant financial risk and is not suitable for everyone. No communication from Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates or representatives is not financial or trading advice. All information provided by Hit and Run Candlesticks Inc, its affiliates and representatives are intended for educational purposes only. You are advised to test any new trading approach before implementing it.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Terms of Service

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