The Fear of Missing Out Trade Is Slowly Taking Hold
Stocks are pointing to a higher opening on September, Friday the 13th. It may turn out to be a scary day for those that are about to miss out.

The Fear of Missing Out Trade Is Slowly Taking Hold

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September 13 – Stock mentions: SPY, IWM, ACAD, NFLX, SQ, JD, FCX, C

Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own NFLX, ACAD

US Markets

  • S&P 500 +9 points
  • US 10-Year 1.79%
  • VIX 13.85
  • Dollar Index 98.02
  • Oil $55.11

International Markets

  • Shanghai +0.75%
  • HSI +0.98%
  • Nikkei +1.08%
  • KOSPI +0.85%
  • DAX +0.63%
  • FTSE -0.01%



China (FXI)

Global markets continue to rally on hopes of easing trade tensions. The Shanghai composite is tracking higher and moving towards resistance at 3,065.



Interest rates in Germany continue to power higher and now stand at -0.495%. They continue to appear to be on their way to around -0.4%. Meanwhile, the euro continues to strengthen versus the dollar and is now creeping up approximately 1.11 to the dollar.

10-year germany

US Trading

S&P 500 (SPY)

S&P 500 futures are trading right at their all-time today.  One will need to start thinking about how the next fear trade that is about to take hold. This time it may be the fear of missing out, and that could help to push stocks higher into year-end. Premium video: The Biggest Fear Trade Is Yet To Comespx

Russell (IWM)

The IWM Russell 2000 ETF is breaking out of its one-day resting period and is likely to continue higher towards $161.


Acadia (ACAD)

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Acadia was upgraded today at Leerink to an outperform from a market perform with the price target going to $50 from $21. The stock has been stuck in the $40 to $42 range. But let’s not complain, the stock has had a pretty good week. I still $48 on the horizon.

acadia, acad

Netflix (NFLX)

Piper Jaffray noted today that it seems that Netflix international subscriber growth is running ahead of guidance.   The stock is completing the falling wedge pattern, and a jump above resistance at $294 could start getting the shares moving higher.  I wrote about for this for the premium subscribers this week. Netflix Still Has Some Life Left. Hey read it, the first two weeks are free. If you hate my write up cancel, I won’t get insulted. I’m used to it.

netflix, nflx

Freeport (FCX)

Freeport is also moving up today and is breaking above resistance at $10.40 and now has a clear path to $11. I first noted the bullish trends last Friday when the stock was around $9.50.  Again, you can read it in the premium section. Why Freeport And Copper May Be Heading Higher

freeport, fcx

JD (JD) is finally breaking out, and some bullish options betting I saw yesterday suggest the breakout sticks. JD.Com Seeing Bullish Betting – Premium content


Square (SQ)

Square continues to be breaking down, and the bearish options betting signaled the new trend lower in the stock. Betting Square Falls

square, sq

Citigroup (C)

Citigroup looks like it can continue to rise to around $71.50.

citigroup, c

Have a great Friday-


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