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TradingEdge for Jan 21 - Risk-off sentiment abounds and trends are failing across the board

This week, we saw a peak in technical warning signs on stocks. There has been continued deterioration under the surface, and investors are showing risk-off behavior. The Nasdaq Composite lost a couple of its positive long-term trends, while negative options bets on Energy stocks are reversing.
Jason Goepfert1-21-2022 at 3:15 pm

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TradingEdge Weekly for Jun 17 - A historic bout of selling in stocks and bonds

This week, stocks saw a historic bout of selling pressure. Over a 7-day stretch, 5 days saw more than 90% of stocks decline, a first since 1928. High-yield bonds also got hammered with historic selling pressure. The Fed's "three steps and a stumble" is being blamed, possibly without merit. Try Weekly Wrap
Jason Goepfert6-17-2022 at 3:15 pm
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TradingEdge Weekly for Jun 10 - Bear market extremes, signs of recovery, worrying fundamentals

This week, we saw continued signs of just how deep investor pessimism got recently. But there are more signs of recovery from oversold conditions, even though fundamentals continue to be an issue. The "tech is dead" narrative is popular but may be premature, especially among Chinese tech stocks.Try Weekly Wrap
Jason Goepfert6-10-2022 at 3:15 pm
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TradingEdge Weekly for Jun 3 - 100-day starts, consumers hate stocks, buying thrusts

This week, we headed into one of the worst 100-day starts to a year for the S&P 500 ever. That has helped trigger extreme sentiment when averaged over the past 100 days. Even general consumers hate stocks (and bonds) to a historic degree. The recent thrust in breadth among stocks and corporate bonds should help. Longer-term price action and seasonality are still a headwind.Try Weekly Wrap
Jason Goepfert6-03-2022 at 5:58 pm


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