Can The Stock Market Turn It Around on Thursday, May 30

Can The Stock Market Turn It Around on Thursday, May 30?

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May 30 – Stock mentions: AAPL, AMZN, INTC, TSLA, V,

Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own AAPL, V, TSLA

US Markets

  • S&P 500 Futures +12 points
  • US 10-Year 2.26%
  • VIX 17.23
  • Oil $59.13
  • Dollar Index 98.12

International Markets

  • China Shanghai -0.31%
  • Hong Kong HSI -0.44%
  • Japan Nikkei -0.29%
  • South Korea KOSPI +0.77%
  • UK FTSE +0.45%
  • Germany DAX +0.59%

International Markets


Perhaps there are at least signs emerging that the global markets are stabilizing. While the US equity market has drifted lower, markets overseas continue to show a bottoming process, especially in China. We can see that the Shanghai Composite has managed to stabilize between 2,825 and 2,920. Overall, the RSI for Shanghai continues to trend higher longer-term, and we can begin to see that shorter-term the RSI is now starting to rise.

US Trading

Semis (SMH)

The Semis appear to have a pretty solid correlation to that of the Shanghai composite, and perhaps the two are a signal the broader sell-off may be entering or has entered its last phase down.


S&P 500 (SPY)

While of course, there is a strong correlation between the Semis and the S&P, one can also see the divergence between the semis and the S&P 500 had in the middle of the summer. That, of course, looking back on things may have been the canary in the coal mine at the time.


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The levels to watch for the S&P 500 today come at 2,768 and the 200 day moving average around 2,770.

Semis (SMH)

For the semis, the most critical level for the SMH is at $96.50.

Tesla (TSLA)

Perhaps the days of Tesla’s free-fall are coming to an end. We can see that the stock has held around the $190 level for the last few trading session, and now it would appear a falling wedge pattern is forming, suggesting a climb back over $200 towards $210.  I still think there is upside to $250.

Amazon (AMZN)

Amazon has been a reasonably quiet stock in recent weeks, but that may be about change. The stock has held support firmly around $1800, and the pattern in the stock suggests that the stock rises. The shares could be approaching a break out that sends it back to $1850 and then potential higher towards $1900.


Intel (INTC)

Intel has held firmly above $42.50 and that continues to indicate to me rise back to $46.

Visa (V)

Visa appears to have formed a bullish rising triangle. An increase above $165.80 sets up a move towards $173.

Apple (AAPL)

Finally, Apple may be the biggest bell weather of them all when it comes to the risk of the trade war. As I noted yesterday, there is a falling wedge in the chart, and it suggests AAPL rises perhaps back to $182 for starters.


Good Luck today!


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