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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 Uncrossed Chasm
The enormous gap in the stock market isn’t to be trifled with. We’ve got a nice sea of red this morning, and it’s a fine way to start the day after yesterday’s nauseating buy-fest.
Armed Resistance
Some sectors are incredibly beaten-down and have tons of room to the upside, potentially.
Up In Smoke?
Phillip Morris stock is forming a gargantuan top, even after having lost so much of its value.
The Ghosts Of Retail Past
When I was a kid, the “nice” store was Sears and the also-ran was JC Penney. You could kind of tell how nice a mall was by which one of those anchor stores they had. Well, that’s all ancient history now.
As God Intended
Support is now resistance. Just breathtaking.
Brandywine And Roses
Here’s one of the survivors that it's an absolute dynamite: Brandywine Realty.
Emerging Support?
The emerging markets have been extraordinarily chart-able for 2018.
Damaged In Transit
Packaging Corporation of America has been getting firebombed the last two days.
Stairsteps
The tone of the market certainly seems to have changed recently. The VIX managed to traverse from about 11 to nearly 17 within a matter of days, and some sectors, particularly in technology, are finally beginning to take on some meaningful damage.
Time To Short Utilities
The utilities index is a fantastic long-term short. Lately, it has rallied up to a price point which gives it an appealing risk/reward ratio.
Yanking The Wax Away
Brazil equities exploded higher this morning. Examining the Fibonacci retracements, I noticed that we were trading near a possible reversal point.
Trading Intel Volatility
Intel now has analysts strongly on two different sides — either it is making a comeback or it has lost ground forever to AMD. That may mean more volatility but that has in fact created a pattern for Intel.
Minimal Misery
Alan Greenspan, Benjamin Bernanke, and Janet Yellen must be laughing their wrinkly assess off, now that goy-boy Jerome Powell has been stuck holding the biggest stinking bag in the history of the universe.
Boofing Bonds
Looking at bond this morning, we continue to inch toward the next important breakpoint.
Amazing Emerging
The consistency of the emerging markets in 2018 is enough to bring tears of joy to any chartist’s eyes.
Odd Man Out
Although this morning is a sea of green, and bulls are high-fiving each other left and right at all the lifetime highs taking place.
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