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The Stock Market Continues To March Higher on February 25

The Stock Market Continues To March Higher on February 25

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Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own Apple, Acadia, NXP

S&P 500 (SPY)

The stock market continued to drift higher on February 25 with the S&P 500 rising by roughly ten basis points to 2,796.  The index reached a high at technical resistance of nearly 2,812. That is when the index backed off and started filling the gap created from the morning pop. Not an unexpected outcome.

S&P 500, spx

What is important here is that the index finally got above 2,800 a significant psychological level. I would expect this 2,800 region to now act as firm support for the index over the coming days, and for the index to rise beyond 2,812.

I did note in my premium write-up that the valuation on the S&P 500 is now higher than its valuation in the fall. That’s because earnings estimates have dropped so much. You can read more about it here. Stocks Can Continue To Climb On Strong Earnings Growth

Russell

The Russell rose above critical resistance at 1,592 and hugged that level most of the afternoon. This region is a big test for the Russell, this is the level the Russell needs to climb above if the market wishes to reach new highs.

russell 2000

GE

GE reached our target of $12 in the pre-market. You can decide for yourself if you want to give me a check mark or not. 

GE

Nvidia (NVDA)

Now it is time to look at a stock which I have got wrong a lot lately, Nvidia.  I’m not sure why I have been so wrong. Maybe I have let their poor results cloud my judgement. The chart is now starting to look better than in previous weeks. Additionally, the stock has not broken down, which suggests strength.  There appears to be a broader, more positive shift in trend of the RSI too. The equity is looking more and more like it is heading to $178 and not $139.  Ugh.

nvidia, nvda

Apple (AAPL)

I said that Apple broke out and it continues to appear as if it has broken out. A march on to $182 continues to look like the outcome.

apple, aapl

Qualcomm (QCOM)

Qualcomm continues to have an improving outlook. The stock has a nice uptrend and is nearing a massive break out. I have also noticed some bullish bets in the stock recently. Here is a free article on the stock I wrote up that goes over all of this in greater detail. Qualcomm’s Breakout May Push Shares Even Higher

Intel (INTC)

I also noticed some similar trends in Intel; this is a premium story. More Bullish Signs For Intel

Acadia (ACAD)

Acadia reports tomorrow after the close, and I am very excited to hear what they have to say. More important is what they see revenue growing too in 2019. The stock finds itself in a position to break out. There is a giant gap up around $31 just waiting to get filled, but we need to take one step at a time.

acadia, acad

NXP (NXPI)

It looks like NXP cleared two resistance levels today and that may very well set up a move to $106.

nxpi, nxp

Alibaba (BABA)

Have you seen the monster comeback Alibaba has had? $201 is now in sight.

baba

Good Night

Mike

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