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Good Morning Today is Friday, January 11
- S&P 500 futures are pointing to a lower opening of 8 points as of 8:00 AM
- The US 10-year rate is at 2.71%
- Dollar Index is at 95.34
- WTI Crude Oil is $52.92
- VIX: 19.8
- Critical events for today: CPI – Estimate +1.9 y/y
Recap of International Trading:
- Hong Kong Hang Seng Index + 0.55%
- Japan + 0.97%
- China Shanghai Comp. +0.74%
- UK FTSE + 0.08%
- Dax + 0.28%
Stocks have put together a few strong sessions, and despite some weakness yesterday in retail stocks, such as Macy’s, the broader market performed well.
Jerome Powell’s talk yesterday was amusing at times, although the market didn’t respond very well at first, but managed to mount a strong come back.
The S&P 500 continues to face technical resistance at 2,630.
Netflix is trading above $330 today at $
Apple’s stock has reached out resistance level at $155, and has failed two times at that price. It is obviously not a good sign and if the stock is unable to get above $155 today, then there is a good chance the stock retest the lows around $142.
Acadia is now flirting with a break out at $21, and should the stock rise above that price it is likely to go on to $24. The stock has risen sharply over the past few days following the company’s presentation at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conferece.
Wedbush is positive on Tesla today ahead of their quarterly results next month. The firm has a $440 price target on the stock. The stock appears to have formed a double bottom
Activision Blizzard is trading lower today following news that Bungie will have the rights to publishing for Destiny. The stock is falling 7% as a result and trading at technical support around $47. Should the stock fall below $47 it is likely heading towards $45.50.
That is going to be it for today, testing out a few new ideas for the blog. So going to keep shorter over the next few days.
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