Stocks – NVDA, AMZN, FB, BAC, BABA, TSLA
Macro – SPY, IWM
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Here are some recent titles:
- Getting Ready For Earnings Season – The Week Ahead
- Short-Term Rally May Be Coming To An End
- Stocks Rally But Some Sectors Are Critical Spots
- Big Bets Nvidia’s Stock Drops
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S&P 500 (SPY)
This week kicks off earnings season, and that means the volatility may once again pick up in the stock market. The S&P 500 appears to have a bearish reversal pattern known as a rising wedge, and it suggests that the index may be due to drop this week. It could result in the index filling the technical gap at 2,450. Premium content – Short-Term Rally May Be Coming To An End
20-Day Moving Average
Another negative indicator is that number of stock in the S&P 500 above their 20-day moving average is at 98.3%. That is the highest reading ever!
Russell 2000 (IWM)
There is also the same bearish pattern that has formed in the Russell 2000, the rising wedge. It indicates the index drops to around 1,160.
Nvidia may move lower this week, I noted some bearish options betting in this past week, and the stock could have a considerable drop ahead with support at $218. Big Bets Nvidia’s Stock Drops
Amazon also has that same rising wedge pattern, and it too could be suggesting that Amazon is due to correct back towards $1825.
Facebook also has that similar pattern, and it could even be a bear flag, setting up a decline to around $140.
Bank of America (BAC)
Bank of America reports results this week, and it has successfully filled the gap up to $25.20, and with a break of the uptrend, the stock could fall back to $19.60.
Alibaba also has a rising wedge in the chart and suggests a gap fill down to $188.
If Tesla can get back above $595, it has room to climb to around $640.
That’s going to be all, enjoy your Sunday!
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