February 4, 2020
Stocks – DIS, NFLX, AMD, UBER, ROKU
Macro – SPY
Reading the Markets Premium Content from February 4
- Tesla’s Growth Story Has Entered Phase 2
- PULLBACK OVER? SEEMS LIKE IT
- Netflix Is Approaching A Major Breakout
- Stocks Rise, As VIX Trades Unwind
Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own DIS and NFLX
Stocks had a strong rally today rising by around 1.5% to 3,298. The market has recovered all the losses from Friday and then some. The 3,305 level appears to be a bit of a challenge for the S&P 500, but I am guessing that the market continues to push higher back to its all-time highs.
The index managed to bounce right off the RSI uptrend, keeping the long-term uptrend in the S&P 500 in place.
Disney was popping after beating results on both the top and bottom lines and posted better than expected subscribers with 26.5 million for Disney+. Good, for the options guys, they seemed to nail it again. The stock was at $143, and then again at $137 when they were active. The next level of resistance comes around $147 and then at $150.
Meanwhile, Uber continues to see some strength heading into results, with the stock approaching resistance around $40.60. I have also been seeing some bullish betting that suggests the stock rises above $41 following results; I noted it this free article I wrote for Forbes.
I know people are probably cheering Roku’s move higher today, especially after my bearish article yesterday. But it isn’t time to celebrate yet, notice how the stock continues to fail at the downtrend. Roku May Fall On Massive Volatility Following Results
AMD is moving higher and appears to be working towards to fill that gap up at $51.
Have a great night!
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