Again – The Bulls Need to Follow Through

Investor’s first readDaily edge before the open

DJIA: 17,9761
S&P 500: 2,086
Nasdaq  Comp.:4,947
Russell 2000:    1,257
Tuesday, March 31, 2015   9:11 a.m.

CONCLUSION:

After solid gains in the DJIA and S&P 500 yesterday, the market has recouped two-thirds of last week’s sharp losses. But today’s market will open lower. This looks more like a consolidation than a top formation.

Today’s Support is  DJIA 17,852 (S&P 500: 2,076; Nasdaq Comp.: 4,918)

Watch for buyers jumping on early weakness as a signal of a near-term attack on the upper end of the Feb./Mar. trading range of DJIA 17,600 – 18,200 (S&P 500: 2,040 – 2,115).
Looks like the Street is opting for more risk; speculation in small company stocks not far behind.

KEY FACTORS: 
-The Fed and it’s first bump up in interest rates.

Concern that the U.S. economy is beginning to slump.
COMMENTS:
I really think the Street is stumped, bullish one day, bearish the next. That spells more risk, than reward except for the most nimble trader !!

 

George Brooks

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Street Opting for Greater Risk

Investor’s first readDaily edge before the open

DJIA: 17,712                                   

S&P 500: 2,061

Nasdaq  Comp.:4,891

Russell 2000:    1,240

Monday, March 30, 2015   9:11 a.m.

CONCLUSION:

Pre-open futures activity indicates strong open.

Today’s resistance starts at DJIA 17,873 (S&P 500: 2,076; Nasdaq Comp.: 4.926)

No room for a rally failure here.

KEY FACTORS:

  • The Fed.  This has been around forever, but at some point the Street will decide the rise in interest rates is imminent and take stocks down to a comfort level after which odds favor a big rally.
  • A sudden weakening in the economy (alternating good and so-so numbers likely to continue.
  • Unexpected international development (Russian invasion Ukraine).

COMMENTS:

Strength today can lock in a consolidation pattern that started in early February between DJIA 17,600 and 18,200 (S&P 500: 2,040 and 2,115).

Russell 2000 marches to a different drumbeat and is in a solid uptrend suggesting the Street is looking for bigger gains in small stocks.

George Brooks

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Street Not Sure What the Hell to Do

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DJIA: 17,678                                    

S&P 500: 2,056

Nasdaq  Comp.:4,863

Russell 2000:    1,231

Friday March 27, 2015   9:04 a.m.

CONCLUSION:

     Yesterday, the DJIA and Nasdaq Comp. briefly broke below the March lows, the S&P 500 did, but rebounded as expected though not dramatically.

     A robust rebound here would suggest stability at best, though I am leaning more toward a sideways-to-slightly-down consolidation.

     Buy the dips has worked for years regardless of  news. One of these days it won’t work, so don’t wander too far from the exit.

      Yesterday’s rally was unimpressive indicating an attempt to decline at the open. Failure to attract buyers before 9:50 suggests a drop in the DJIA to 17,494 (S&P 500: 2,032; Nasdaq Comp.: 4,815)

     Resistance begins at DJIA 17,748, S&P 500: 2,064, Nasdaq Comp. 4,888.

COMMENTS:

     I really don’t think the Street knows what the Hell it wants to do. What it needs is to get off the Fed teet, and stop buying bad news because it reduces odds of a near-term increase in interest rates, and selling good news because it does. Were any of these people around in 2008 when bad was “BAD” ?

    Anyhow, this is a casino for sound sleepers, investors and traders quick afoot and pockets deep enough to offset bad timing with new commitments to average out losers.  At some point, the lemmings will all head for the exit and we’ll get a 12% to 16% plunge.

    I’ve been charting stocks for 47 years and have never seen so much inconsistency/ manipulation in active stocks, especially when earnings reports are released – minefield !

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Big Test !

Investor’s first read Daily edge before the open

DJIA: 18,076                                   

S&P 500: 2,099

Nasdaq  Comp.:4,982

Russell 2000:    1,252

Thursday,  March 26, 2015    9:12 a.m.

  • Another sharp plunge – is this the beginning of a major correction ?
  • Based on past performance – one would expect a sharp rebound in a day or two.
  • The swing factors defy an answer.  Here’s why:

    The Street is insanely addicted to every move, suggestion, and hint from the Fed about its first bump in interest rates. To-date, sluggish reports of any sector of the economy prompted buying, since it reduced the likelihood the Fed would raise rates soon. Strong reports prompted a drop in the market.

    However, yesterday’s 300-point drop in the DJIA was attributed to a weak Durable Goods report and concern that the economy may finally be weakening.  Go figure.

CONCLUSION:

    I don’t now, nor have I felt for years, that the Street has a consistent approach to assessing risk/opportunity. Markets in the past have flourished with interest rates at much higher levels, yet a bump up, however slight, is expected to spook the Street.

    Yes, but what about interest rates ?  Aren’t the odds of a near-term bump in interest rates less if the economy falters ?  Be prepared for the Street to do an about face.

    What the market needs is for that first bump up.  Most likely the market will plunge before or in response to that bump, then odds favor a rebound. We had this senseless behavior with “taper” and the Street shook it off once it became obvious the economy and stock market would not crash when the Fed began to cutback on bond purchases.

SHORTTERM:

     One of the best ways to sense direction in the market is to assess its ability to move in the opposite direction to the present trend.  In this case, how robust will the next attempt to rally be ?  Unimpressive and  strained suggests more downside; robust suggests a turn.

     April 1 marks the beginning of the six month (April-November) period that has historically underperformed the six months between November and May. The beginning of that slowdown has been more consistent than the follow through which has been interrupted by frequent and substantial rallies.

TODAY:

Expect a spike down at the open possibly breaking below the March low of DJIA 17,620 (S&P 500: 2,039) to DJIA 17,537 (S&P 500: 2,032) before an attempt to rebound.

Resistance begins at DJIA: 17,837 (S&P 500: 2,074).  The Nasdaq Comp will may break the 4,842 March low before an attempt to rebound from 4,817.

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Yellen Express Plants Seeds for Speculation

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DJIA: 18,076      
S&P 500: 2,099
Nasdaq Comp.:4,982
Russell 2000: 1,252                         

Thursday,  March 19, 2015    8:52 a.m.

    Monday, Wall Street celebrated bad news of  slumps on Industrial Production, New York area manufacturing and homebuilding.

     The Street was heartened by the reports, since they suggest the Fed will not raise its benchmark interest rate in the near future when the economy is slowing.

    Yesterday, Fed Chief Janet Yellen assured the Street it would continue to be be accommodative in its policy, i.e. don’t fret a rise in interest rates anytime soon. 

    It is clearly the Yellen Market now, she owns it.

    I have been a bull with warnings of a correction at times since March 10, 2009, and remain so as we enter the final blow-off stage, one of rank speculation with a predictable result – a bear market when no expects it.

    That could still be months or even a year or two out.

     What amazes me is the behavior of the Street.  Amateurish !

     What happens when  bad news becomes worse news and Yellen’s comments lose their clout ?

      What’s my point ?

      These silly reactions to predictable statements by Fed’s Yellen are setting up a horrendous correction/bear market.

      Most likely “easy money” will be made in bundles before the crunch.  I still don’t hear  much boasting by the small investor about big scores in the market, so the fever hasn’t reached a shrill pitch – YET.

       Quadruple Witching Friday looms bringing the potential for increased volatility. On the 3rd Friday of March, June, September and December index futures, index options, stock options, and stock futures expire.

TODAY:  Yesterday, the DJIA reached  Tuesday’s projection of 18,096 , but exceeded  my  2,094 target.

Near-term support is DJIA 17,967,  S&P500: 2,092, Nasdaq Comp.:4,972. The Russell 2000 is simply on a tear, reflecting a surging fever to get on board the Yellen Express.

     Speculative fever is mounting.

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Bulls Need Follow Through Today

Investor’s first read Daily edge before the open

DJIA: 17,977                                    
S&P 500: 2,081
Nasdaq  Comp.:4,929
Russell 2000:    1,239

Tuesday,  March 17, 2015 

 

    Wall Street celebrated news yesterday of slumps in three areas of the economy with a resounding rally. Industrial Production  was down for the third straight month, New York area manufacturing took another hit and U.S. homebuilder confidence hit an 8-month low.

     The Street was heartened by the reports since they suggest the Fed will not raise its benchmark interest rate in the near future with the prospect of a slowing in the economy –  Go figure !  

     It’s still the “bad is good” mentality – Who are these people ?  Really – Stocks have risen in the past along with rising interest rates to a point. But a bump off “zero” shouldn’t devastate the economy.

     While the market will take a hit on the first concrete news that the Fed will raise rates, investors should be prepared for a surge in stock prices following a sharp, but brief, plunge on the news. That would be what is least expected.

     Quadruple Witching Friday looms bringing the potential for increased volatility. On the 3rd Friday of March, June, September and December index futures, index options, stock options, and stock futures expire.

TODAY: Yesterday’s momentum can drive the DJIA up to 18,096 (S&P500: 2,094). That would be a stretch after yesterday’s sharp rebound. A little slippage would be normal in early trading

Near-term support is DJIA 17,927 (S&P500: 2,073).  Breaking that, DJIA 17,797 (S&P 500: 2,057) comes into play.

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Bulls Must Push DJIA Above 17,900

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DJIA: 17,749                                    

S&P 500: 2,053

Nasdaq  Comp.:4,871

Russell 2000:    1,232

Monday,  March 16, 2015      9:11a.m.

     The stock market rebounded sharply from my support in the DJIA 17,620 (S&P 500: 2,040) area Friday as it also did Thursday, but the follow through was limited. While the Russell 2000 was down for the day, it performed better than the DJIA, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Comp.

     The Street  continues to be haunted by the prospect of a Fed decision to raise interest rates from its benchmark rate which has been held at close to zero since 2008.

     The FOMC meets Tuesday with a Fed Chair Yellen press conference at 2:30 Wednesday. The Street will parse every word of Yellen’s comments for clues  to the timing of the Fed’s first increase in its benchmark “funds” interest rate.

     Today’s economic reports include Empire State Mfg. (8:30), Industrial Prod, (9:15), Housing Market (10:00). The Street would welcome soft numbers, reasoning weakness in the economy, rather than strength, would delay a fed decision to raise rates, i.e., bad is good.

     The Street simply cannot wean itself from the Fed teet.  Bad wasn’t so good back in 2008.

     It is what it is, folks – boneheaded – logical or illogical, it has to be dealt with.

     While the market will take a hit on the first concrete news that the Fed will raise rates, investors should be prepared for a surge in stock prices following a sharp, but brief, plunge on the news. That would be what is least expected.

     Quadruple Witching Friday looms bringing the potential for increased volatility. On the 3rd Friday of March, June, September and December index futures, index options, stock options, and stock futures expire.

TODAY:  The bulls must push the DJIA across 17,900 (S&P 500: 2,068) to rebalance the market in favor of the bulls. Actually the DJIA will begin to encounter resistance at 17,876 (S&P 500: 2,066). Near-term support is DJIA 17,690 (S&P 500: 2,046).

   A rally failure early this week raises odd of a spike down to DJIA: 17,454 (S&P 500: 2,026), which could set up a buying juncture.

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Key Short-Term Juncture

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DJIA:  17,895                                   

S&P 500: 2,065

Nasdaq  Comp.: 4,803

Russell 2000:    1,236

Friday,  March 13, 2015

 

 

The stock market rebounded sharply from my support in the DJIA 17,615 (S&P 500: 2,050 area yesterday with the Russell 2000 leading the charge.

The Street  continues to be haunted by the prospect of a Fed decision to raise interest rates; its benchmark rate has been held at close to zero since 2008.

While the market will take a hit on the first concrete news that the Fed will raise rates,  investors should be prepared for a surge in stock prices following a sharp, but brief, plunge on the news.

TODAY

The market should attempt to give back some of yesterday’s gains with initial support at DJIA: 17,815 (S&P 500: 2,057).  Breaking that calls for a test of this week’s lows in the DJIA 17,620 (S&P 500: 2,040) area.

Resistance begins  at DJIA 17,953 (S&P 500: 2,073)

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Market Seeks Comfort Level on Rate Increase

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DJIA:  17,995                                   

S&P 500: 2,079

Nasdaq  Comp.: 4,942

Russell 2000:    1,176

Tuesday March 10, 2015

The markets are  adjusting for something the Street has feared  for years – a rise in interest rates. Add to that, a slowdown in corporate earnings growth and a 6-year old bull market which has stretched valuations, and you have the potential for a nasty correction.

But, we have been here before –  a correction that is short-lived only to be followed by a surge in prices.

Bull markets can live with higher interest rates, but the idea of a change rattles the cage. A cash reserve is always smart under these conditions, clearly 15% – 20% is reasonable. It cushions against a further decline, and gives an investor an opportunity to take advantage of lower prices.

The risk here is for a drop to DJIA 17,615. Breaking that 17,454 comes into play. S&P 500 risk is 2,050. Breaking that 2,020 comes into play. The DJIA 18,165 (S&P 500: 2,106) level must be broken on the upside to reverse the current negative pattern.

On Thursday March 19, Apple (AAPL) will replace AT&T (T) as one of the 30 DJIAs. I expect this move to increase the volatility of the blue chip average.

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Yesterday marked the  SIXTH Anniversary of  the March 9, 2009,  bear market bottom and my Special Bulletin “BUY”  on March 10, with the DJIA at 6,805. Through its March 2, 2015 all-time high, the bull has logged in a 184% gain.

February 24, 2009  (DJIA:   7,114“Does the Cauldron of Fear Have to Boil Before This Market Turns ?”

Conclusion:  Countdown to bear bottom begins – 

February 25, 2009  ( DJIA: 7,350 “When the Fear of Owning Stocks Turns to Fear of NOT Owning Stocks” …before the Big money runs the table, you should be working your way back into the market, either via a managed fund, Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), or by taking partial positions in stocks you want to own.

February 27, 2009 ( DJIA: 7,182 ) “Lock and Load”  a surge of 2,000 points in the DJIA ? 

March 2, 2012  (DJIA:  7,062)   “$9 trillion Cash on the Sidelines vs $8 Trillion NYSE Market Value”

Conclusion: An unbelievable stat –  amazing – unprecedented buying power

March 2, 2009  ( DJIA: 6,832 “Ready …Aim.  ”SPECIAL BULLETIN”

Conclusion:  Get ready for a buying opportunity

March 3, 2009  ( DJIA:   6,818 ) “Big Money Reaching for the Bushel Basket”

ConclusionThe smart money was out there catching  stock at bargain prices

March 4, 2009 (DJIA:  6,726) “Once off the Sidelines, Big Money Good for a 1,500 – 2,000-point Rally” –a buying opportunity of a lifetime.

Conclusion: DJIA rose 2,000 points within 3 months

March 5, 2009 (Thursday – DJIA:   6,875 )   “Climactic Buy Possible by Tuesday”

Conclusion: DJIA hit its bear market bottom the following Monday.

March 9, 2009          ( DJIA:   6,626 “Be Ready for a Big Buying Opportunity”

We are getting ever so close to a bear market bottom. Be ready,

March 10, 2009  ( DJIA: 6,805)  “FIRE !”   (BUY !) 

Conclusion: The Bear Market bottom. I issued a Special Bulletin after the DJIA hit its intraday low of 6,440.

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