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The Bulls Try to Throw The Bears Led by Netflix, Intel, Facebook

The Bulls Try to Throw The Bears Led by Netflix, Intel, Facebook

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MICHAEL KRAMER AND THE CLIENTS OF MOTT CAPITAL OWN NFLX, TSLA, AAPL

Good Morning Today is Friday, January 4

Recap of International Trading:

S&P 500 (SPX)

Stocks are rising today after China posted better than expected Services PMI and Composite PMI, which measure services and manufacturing. Additionally, China confirmed overnight that trade discussions would start next week, obviously a positive. As a result, the S&P 500 is looking for a raise of about 1.3% to start the day.

2480 shall be resistance, while a rise above that could send the index on to next significant resistance around 2520.

sp500, spx

Apple (AAPL)

Apple was bouncing some today after its steep sell-off yesterday. There may be an opportunity for Apple to rise back to around $154 filling the gap from yesterday over the next few weeks.

Is the Apple “slowdown” really due to just the economy:

Huawei punishes two employees for using iPhone to send official company ‘Happy 2019’ tweet

True the tweet by the employees was on the company’s account, but still, it shows there is no love lost.

apple, aapl

Tesla (TSLA)

Tesla is rising today on reports the company plans to begin shipping Model 3’s to China in March.   $300 has been a firm level of technical support for a few weeks now.

tesla, tsla

Facebook (FB)

Facebook is working towards improving growth and security. The stock is trading over $133 this morning. It could clear a path for a rise towards $140, but don’t get too excited every attempt for this stock to break out has been met with selling.

facebook, fb

Netflix (NFLX)

Netflix had a strong showing in a lousy tape yesterday, and the stock is picking up right where it left off. It always a good sign when a stock rise in a horrible market. Netflix is no different. An increase over $285 sends the stock on to $300. The stock was added to the conviction buy list at Goldman

nflx

Alibaba (BABA)

Alibaba is back in a critical range of technical support that much hold around the $130 region. Easing trade tension would help this stock.

Intel (INTC)

Intel is rising today after Bank of America upgraded the stock to buy and $60 price target. Resistance for the stock is at $46, then $48.

intc, tntel

Good Luck Today!

Mike

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