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Crude: Tapping The Brakes?
Crude is steadying itself at the trendline and could be preparing for a turnaround back to major resistance at about $52.30 or so.
Semi Short
With Micron’s enormous advance this morning, semiconductor companies are on fire.
Abercrombie & Fitch: Skank Repeats Itself
ANF has come full circle to its financial crisis lows. Given the extraordinarily lofty state of the market in general, however, I think this stock isn’t done falling.
Bigger Break At Hand?
Crude oil is breaking down even more beautifully than I dared dream, with a bearish engulfing pattern so far this morning.
Amazon’s Breakout Fizzles
Surprising Amazon's stock chart.
Sears’ Sad, Sickening Slide
The stock is proving that Eddie Lampert is, like, a genius or something.
Cracklin’ Rosie - Crude Oil Has Cracked Its Trendline
Finally, crude oil has cracked its trendline.
Gap And Crap: Nvidia
I’ve got to update my stops, but in the meantime, here’s Nvidia, which I just shorted today. It covered its gap, and it’s insanely overvalued.
Crude: That Trendline Again
If we can break 47.75 this week, it’s off to the races, boys ‘n’ girls.
The Psychology Of Everyday Lows
Since I’ve been having an unexpectedly grand old time being a SNAP permabear, I thought I’d share some thoughts about the nature of a financial instrument which basically does nothing but go down.
Energy’s Path Forward
I’ve mentioned crude might fight its way back to $52 before falling again, but it might not even muster that much strength.
Perfect Retrace To Broken Trendline
High yield seems pretty much doomed.
I Can’t Not Be In It: SNAP
Yesterday, I covered my short in SNAP​ for about a 9% profit in just a few days. I called it a “goofy trade”. However, my contempt for the stock is so great that I’ve jumped right back in again.
Keeping It Real: Integrity In Financial Prognostications
Now I can understand why someone would want you to think they’d been bearish for five solid years.
What Did I Say?
Where is the SPX heading?
Rocking With Energy
I confess to getting a little nervous with crude oil approaching a fairly important trendline, but I’m just going to tighten my stop and hang on.
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