Here's Why Nvidia, AMD, BABA, BofA, And Roku Still Further To Fall

Here’s Why Nvidia, AMD, BABA, BofA, And Roku Still Have Further To Fall

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Here’s Why Nvidia, AMD, BABA, BofA, And Roku Still Have Further to Fall


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S&P 500 (SP500, SPX)

The good news is that the sell-off from last week took a breather today. The S&P 500 did trade lower by 45 bps. But the index managed to hold the lows of the day and trade sideways for the most part. Much better than what it could have been. (Premium Content: The One Reason Stocks May Be Falling That No One Talks About)

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The NASDAQ rose a bit today, nothing fantastic, but again it is good to see the index hold the lows around 7,400.  It also managed to trade sideways through a short-term downtrend. I’d like to think it is the start of a move higher back to 7,600.



The 10-year Treasury rates have traded sideways through an uptrend; I’m hoping that means we see yields fall.

tnx, us treasury rate


Biotech stocks fell lower by 2.25% today. Things have turned ugly for that group. The XBI fell below support at $85.25, and should the ETF fall below $82.90; then I fear it could fall to roughly $78.60.


biotech, ibb, xbi


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The bank stocks could also be about to take another leg lower if they fall below support at 97 on the BKX index.  A drop below support may lead to a decline to 94.


Netflix (NFLX)

Netflix has filled all of its near-term gaps. Does that mean it is about to rise suddenly?  I’d like to think so, but it is not likely. The healthy option would be for the stock to build a solid base around these levels and sit here for a few weeks. I doubt that is how plays out. We will have to see what happens tomorrow.

nflx, netflix

Amazon (AMZN)

Amazon got a big price target increase today. Credit Suisse increased its price target on the stock to 2,400 from 2,100. The market did not care.  Sure the stock was up 1.5%, but the stock is still 12% off its highs. If this price target increase had come about a month ago, Amazon would have been up far more. It shows us just how mellow the mood of investors has become.

amazon, amzn

Nvidia (NVDA)

Nvidia managed to hold around $230, but that chart still looks horrible, and I still think it falls to $217.



AMD bounced today, but failed at resistance around $25.70. Not a good sign.


Alibaba (BABA)

Alibaba was up nicely today by 4%. I’m not sure that will last, so do not get too excited.  The stock failed to get over resistance at $151.60. We will see what happens after tomorrow, and what China does tonight to prop up its stock market. alibaba, baba

Nektar (NKTR)

Nektar shares fell sharply today as investors re-evaluate the competitive landscape for NKTR -214.  The stock could be heading lower still to $34.10.


Bristol-Myers (BMY)

Bristol stock fell in sympathy since it has a strategic partnership with Nektar. Bristol is back to the lows of the years. If support doesn’t hold, it has further down to go.  Investors have turned negative on Bristol’s cancer drug Opdivo as well.

bristol, bmy

Microsoft (MSFT)

Microsoft is trying to stay in step with the uptrend. Nothing really changes at this point for the stock.

msft, microsoftRoku

Roku rallied right to resistance around $56, and failed. Surely not a good sign. $48 coming?


BofA (BAC)

BofA looks like it is going to $26.

bac, bofa

That’s going to be it.


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