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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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Fully-Valued?
I’ll just kick off today with a single, simple chart – – the Nasdaq e-mini futures. They have already benefitted from the full force of blow-out earnings from the likes of Amazon and Google.
Da Basics
The ES only needs to slip above that red line to give the already power-mad bulls another shot of elixir to create another phalanx of lifetime highs.
Triple-Energy Bear Shines
My ERY​ long is doing well, and at long last the cup with handle pattern is complete. Go, oil, go!
Oil Deliciously Weak
I thought, crude, it might hammer out a bottom and try to claw its way back up to the low 50s, but it is in such a sorry shape that it couldn’t even manage to do that for more than a couple of sessions
Small Caps Tag Long-Term Resistance
The Russell 2000 hit a record in intraday trade.
Titillating Tax Tease
It goes without saying that what has transpired in the market recently has bugged me. Once again, it seems that a wallet stuff full of cash was resting on the boardwalk deck.
Crude Hammering A Bottom?
Crude seems to be forming a hammer on its front month, and tomorrow morning’s inventory report might provide a relief rally, so I’d rather not be short the sector.
Volatility Crash
The fear index VIX has, in just 1.5 years, collapsed from 53.29 to almost the single digits.
Thousand Point Milestones
I just whipped this up, showing the timespan between 1,000 point increments on the Nasdaq Composite index.
Crude: Day Nine
On April 11th, we got our rock-solid, never-fail signal to short the oil market. Since then, every single trading day – nine consecutive – have been black candlesticks, in spite of an (insane) mega-rally going on with other assets.
Post Mortem
The Nasdaq in particular has been on a tear, with lifetime highs across the board. Google passed the $600 billion valuation mark today, and the NQ itself is still rocking it at this hour.
Short O’Reilly
The bigger picture about O'Reilly Automotive.
Bull Pennant Breakout
Where is the S&P heading?
Perfect Retracement To Support For Goldman
Things will be back to normal for Goldman Sachs.
Better Than Expected
Diana Shipping stocks went great, but I covered way too soon. It simply keeps falling.
It’s Not Like We Weren’t Told
Crude plunging. Dennis Gartman says it is still a bull market. Is it?
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