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The Biotechs Saved the Day Chris Brecher - February 1, 2017 A strong showing from the Biotechs lifted the /TF today, and that in turn brought a bid to the /ES. Now, every trader is watching to see how AAPL reacts to earnings. A strong showing could be a great shorting opportunity tomorrow in many of the weak-looking stocks. . . . Learn more
The Bear Flags Worked Chris Brecher - January 31, 2017 The bear flags we went over extensively on the Premium side Friday worked wonderfully today. With some major earnings due in the next few days, I wouldn't be surprised to see the market stay in today's range for a few days. . . . Learn more
Lackluster Earnings in GOOGL Fail to Dent the Rally, Yet Chris Brecher - January 30, 2017 A slight earnings disappointment in GOOGL failed to stop the tech heavy /NQ, as strength in the drug and chip stocks more than made up for the weakness in the FANG stocks. The airlines were especially weak today, which I think sets up the possibility of some good short setups in that group next week. . . . Learn more
The Markets Await Google Chris Brecher - January 27, 2017 After a huge run, most markets are in a holding pattern today, with many traders waiting for GOOGL's earnings report before committing fresh capital to the market. . . . Learn more
The Bull Flags Play Out Chris Brecher - January 26, 2017 The dilemma on whether the SPX had a bear wedge or a bull flag played out to the upside today, as strong foreign markets led to a big push all day. With the bull flag measuring just a few points higher, I am going to focus on some great neutral spreading opportunities in earnings-related stocks. . . . Learn more
Watch Those Rising Wedges! Chris Brecher - January 24, 2017 With the inauguration out of the way, I am watching many of the daily bear wedges that are forming on the major indexes. I will post a lot of short ideas on the premium side if those wedges are broken to the downside. . . . Learn more
The Reaction to Lousy Earnings Is Always the Tell Chris Brecher - January 23, 2017 The great reaction in AXP and IBM to lousy earnings sent a ray of hope to traders that earnings the rest of the month will be a non-event. By the end of the day most major indexes were modestly higher. . . . Learn more
Markets Bide Their time Before the Inauguration Chris Brecher - January 19, 2017 The markets traded in a tight range today, with uncertainty about Trump's future policies balanced by hope for some huge fiscal stimulus plans being enacted sooner than later. We will be watching for "tells" within other markets for hints if the SPX will break up or break down. . . . Learn more
Weakness in Bank Stocks Leads to a Small Decline Chris Brecher - January 18, 2017 A follow through sell-off in the bank stocks dampened sentiment today, as the SPX trended down to its lower weekly range. I am also watching the breakdown in the /NKD, as continued selling in that index could start to spill over to the SPX. . . . Learn more
Trump's Press Conference is a Non-Event. Chris Brecher - January 12, 2017 With the big press conference out of the way, the markets took took their cue from the FANG stocks, which surged later in the afternoon. The DJIA 20,000 is within site again, and traders will be trying to push it to that level prior to the inauguration. . . . Learn more
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