9 Monster Stock Market Predictions For September 4
It may be a another rough trading session on September 4 for technology heading into a long holiday weekend.

9 Monster Stock Market Predictions For September 4

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September 4, 2020


Macro – QQQ, SPY

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Stocks are down today ahead of the big jobs report today, with the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) trading down about ten bps, and the Qs trading down about 1.3%. The sharp move lower in the US markets were not reflected overnight in Asia, with South Korea, Hong Kong, and Japan down just a little more than 1%. Meanwhile, Germany is down about 70 bps and the UK hovering around flat.

The bad news is the job report may not even matter, even if it is good. Estimates are for 1.4 jobs created.

The selling pressure in technology is back at the moment, with the XLK technology ETF down about 1.8%, and many of the big technology names are trading lower.

S&P 500 (SPY)

The S&P 500 futures are flirting with a significant uptrend, which has extended higher since early April. Again, I can’t emphasize enough how important it is that this uptrend hold, with a meaningful close below that trend line, likely signaling something worse to come. The 200-day moving average rests about 10% below the futures current level.


The Qs have further to fall before hitting the uptrend, around $278.

The 200 day-moving average in the Qs is nearly 20% lower. Again, these April trend lines must hold. The significant technology reversal isn’t a surprise as the technical told us this would happen as did the options markets last week. – (Mike’s premium content – A Monster Hedge Against Several Technology Winners)

Square (SQ)

Square is already trading over 4% lower today, and it needs to find and hold a trend line around $139.


AMD is also down around 4% this morning, and it needs to hold support at $78; otherwise, it can drop to approximately $71.75. I noted yesterday morning, before the big sell-off, some bearish betting and an 11% drop in the stock was likely, but that was when the stock trading around $87. A drop to $72 is an additional 10% on top of the 11% I noted. (Mike’s Premium content – AMD May Fall 11% More)

Nvidia (NVDA)

Nvidia is also falling by 5% today, and it could fall to a range of $465 to $470 before finding support.

Zoom (ZM)

Zoom’s likely to fill that gap down around the $325 level. I know it had a great quarter, but at whatever it ridiculous valuation is already, don’t you think much of that future growth has already been priced in?

Apple (AAPL)

If Apple breaks $115 today, it could be heading to $109. Apple could quickly go back to $100 and still be at a pre-split $400.

DocuSign (DOCU)

Docusign maybe the most crucial stock to watch because they had blowout results, and the stock is trading down 7% already. Yikes! If this stock gets crushed, it means the frenzy in the group is over. $188 could be an easy target.

Twilio (TWLO)

Twilio needs to hold $235, or else $218 is next, followed by $180.

Have a good one, and good luck!


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