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Stocks – AAPL, NVDA, AMD, JD, BA, NFLX, AMZN, ROKU
Macro – SPY, SMH
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S&P 500 (SPY)
The big daily price swings appear to be calming down, but that doesn’t mean the S&P 500 can’t continue to fall. Which I think it does, again heading towards the big gap fill around 2,270. Premium story – History Suggests Long-Term Trends For Stocks Still Intact
The Semiconductor ETF, SMH, looks very weak and appears to have a double top pattern on the intraday chart. I think that means the ETF falls back to support around $98.
Apple failed to rise above resistance at $258 and is likely to result in the stock testing support again around $210.
Boeing has risen sharply over the past two weeks, but nothing has changed, and I think that it means we move back to $102.75.
I think Amazon cracks this week; the stock has struggled to get back over $2000, and a drop back to the $1840 region seems reasonable.
Netflix has started trending lower, and the RSI is moving lower, too, suggesting momentum is leaving shares. I think the stock drops back to $336.
I think Roku is still heading lower too, back to $71. The RSI is pushing lower here also.
Meanwhile, JD is sitting on support at $40.00 and could be heading lower back towards $36.
I think AMD is heading back to support at $38.40.
I think Nvidia fills the gap around $218.
Have a great Sunday!
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