The March Towards DJIA 20,000 Chris Brecher - December 21, 2016 The markets were subdued today, obsessed with grinding towards that magic DJIA 20,000 level. I think a reversal after reaching that level could set the stage for nice short opportunities. . . . Learn more
S&P Re-balancing Is a Non Event Chris Brecher - December 19, 2016 The big quadruple witching day led to an incredibly tight range for most indexes. By the end of the day there were only small losses, led by the banks and the retailers. . . . Learn more
The March to Dow 20,000 Chris Brecher - December 14, 2016 The overall markets seem obsessed with the possibility of Dow 20,000. On Simpler Stocks Premium, we are trying to just trade individual stocks, and stay away from all the hype. . . . Learn more
Barron's Says Dow 20,000?...Time to Sell Chris Brecher - December 13, 2016 When many major magazine headlines are ultra bullish, it's time to take the opposite side of the trade. Today saw notable weakness in the leaders today, led by the banks, the retailers, and the defense stocks. . . . Learn more
The Huge Bond Sell-off Hasn't Dented the SPX, Yet Chris Brecher - December 12, 2016 The massive sell-off in bonds has not bled into the SPX, as many divergences at this time of year do not quickly play themselves out. On the other hand, I think it is time to tighten stops on any longs. . . . Learn more
The Surging Russell Pulls Up Every Index Chris Brecher - December 9, 2016 A continued surge in the small caps kept a bid in the market all day. However, some stocks are starting to show particular weakness, including the Defense stocks, and the Casinos. On the premium side, I have included a scan on how to spot these stocks. . . . Learn more
Big Buy Programs Lead to a Huge Rally Chris Brecher - December 8, 2016 Big fund buying led to a huge short squeeze today, as traders anticipating a drop had to run for cover. The VIX today was also up, showing that some caution is warranted for the next few days. On Simpler Stocks Premium, many of our traders cleaned up by jumping on long ideas such as TWTR and FSLR. . . . Learn more
A European Turnaround Helps Sentiment Across the Board Chris Brecher - December 6, 2016 Like I warned last night on the Premium E-Mail alerts when the markets were sharply lower, most index futures had a rapid turnaround after the Italian referendum. This reversal in the foreign markets leaked over to our markets, which enjoyed a strong bid all day. . . . Learn more
A Slight Uptick in Bond Prices Leads to a Small Rotation Chris Brecher - December 5, 2016 A slight rally in /ZB led to a flight out of banks, and into the interest rate sensitive stocks. With a lot of bearish patterns developing in all markets, I am looking to post a lot of short ideas on the Simpler Stocks Premium E-Mail alerts. . . . Learn more
A Huge Rally in Oil Keeps the SPX From Crashing Chris Brecher - December 1, 2016 A massive rally in oil led to a big rally in oil stocks, and conversely a big sell-off in sectors that might get hurt from higher inflation. Bonds also got walloped as any whiff of inflation hits that futures product hard. With Bonds near their October 2015 lows, while the SPX is near an all-time high some real portfolio adjustment is just about to hit the market. The HUGE standout today were the FNMA stocks. Most of these I mentioned 2 weeks ago, and now are up over 100 percent. . . . Learn more
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