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Tim Knight has been charting and trading since 1987. His first stock trade was, in fact, on October 19, 1987 – the day of the crash – which perhaps goes a long way explaining his disposition ... more


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The Four-Digit Threshold
Google had a pretty bad day. Even though the stock exploded higher yesterday afternoon, it barfed all over itself Tuesday.
King Of Bearish Engulfing Patterns
Bearish chart of Caterpillar.
Shorts: Torpedoed
Among my shorts are companies that make money by developing weapons. Anyway, it’s nice to see war manufacturers suffer.
Equity bulls need a “shock to the upside” to get them back into their long-accustomed feather bed of new lifetime highs every day.
Next Bond Breakpoint
Equities aren’t exactly blowing through the roof. I remain aggressively short, and I actually have about twenty other potential positions I’m going to be going through.
Bitcoin Breakout?
Bitcoin is at a bit of a “moment of truth”, since it is up against a key trendline, anchored to its nearly $20,000 high.
The Sure Thing
I am particularly pleased with the emerging markets bond fund, which has been a true “old faithful” and which continues to work its way toward what I think is going to be a spectacular failure.
Sunrise Over The Horizon
It is such an absolute delight to wake up to a nice red screen and rounded tops everywhere.
Intel Bursts To Lifetime High
Intel earnings come out on the 26th (next week). Investors aren't waiting around for news.
A Long Walk Off A Short Pier
Pier 1 Imports, Inc. get clobbered after hours.
I am kind of fascinated by this VOO chart, which is based on the S&P 500.
Stocks: Stop Light
Where are stocks heading for?
The Greatest Investments In Perspective
A fascinating chart of bitcoin move.
Higher Range Again
Yes, broad markets are generally showing a series of lower lows, but there is no doubt that the market has been gaining strength for the past several weeks.
Netflix Roaring Higher
There are some folks who think that Netflix, which has a triple-digit price/earnings ratio, is insanely priced.
Cracked Diamond
Things are looking less sanguine in bear-land. Although the SPY gap is still firmly intact, and has plenty of cushion left.
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