Apple (AAPL) easily beat analyst estimate when it reported results tonight, and to no surprise, the stock pop by over 6 percent, and the rest of the supply chain went right with it. Cirrus Logic (CRUS), Qorvo (QRVO), Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), and Broadcom (AVGO), all jumped from 1.5 to 5 percent.
The better than expected guidance brings a sense of relief to those investors believing that Apple may have delayed the launch of the new iPhone 8.
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Also, notice the difference in volume, in the ETF over the years, how it has been steadily growing from near non-existent levels back in the day.
In the chart above we can that the Financials continue to advance higher, up by over 80 bps, versus an S&P 500 that was up only 25 bps. The XLF continues to gain solid traction, and grind higher after filling the gap, late last week. On the following chart, it is clear that the XLF passed the last level of resistance on the near-term chart, and is likely on its way higher from current levels.
If you feel like you aren’t making more money in recent years, it is likely because you aren’t.
And if you are worried about inflation, you likely should not be.
If you look at the circle, it would appear to be a triple top formation on the chart, a technical analyst indicator, which is bearish on inflation, indicating that inflation is likely to fall further.
Have a good night.
Michael Kramer and the Clients of Mott Capital Management own shares of SWKS.
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