Futures down a wee bit. Nah…markets do not go down.
BOEING (BA) no help and now airlines are asking for compensation for losses. We have outlined for you our worries with the stock right now. Just too much uncertainty is still out there.
The SEMIS will never have a down day again.
Watching about 10-15 software names that were leading but now have pulled back into the 50 day average. Important they hold.
18 Dems now trying to be the prez. If you added up all their tax proposals, there would be no money left in the pockets of Americans. More on that tomorrow.
IMF lowers world GDP. We had no idea…and they are still too high and we still do not know what the IMF does.
BA down $17 as more orders cancelled. The stock had been shaping up but no way we go near it when there is so much potential headline risk.
The SOX now sticking up in the air here going coast to coast from the lows. Many fundamentalists think they will crash as the calls for bottoms are the cycle will not play out. The market has been saying otherwise. This remains the most important group in the market.
XOP, XLE, OIH tight action for weeks look to go topside.
FINANCIALS start reporting late this week. They continue to lag the move.
Otherwise, market knocking at the door of last year’s highs.
Futures flat. The big story is TESLA (TSLA) down $29. ANOTHER case of a company that cannot get their story straight. If this was not an Elon Musk-run company, think the stock would be down another 50%.
Overbought is not the word here…it is beyond overbought. That is good and bad. Good because to get this overbought tells you how strong. Bad because this is a market that has been feast or famine. No in-between. Earnings in droves soon.
Market was better than DOW down 80 yesterday as TECH again held the bid.
Gapping up this morning as world markets do well overnight on more talk of a trade deal. We will let that stand because we have been hearing that for 18 months.
But price wins out. Major indices move above range. Industrial-types getting a bid and coming up right side and bond yields are backing up a bit.
All this while talk of recession pervades the air. There is no way recession coming if markets are doing what they are doing. Markets are very good at flushing things out.