MSFT All-Time Highs, GE On Deck

MSFT beats earnings expectations and sends MSFT up 5% in after hours. However, investors still don't seem like they want to buy new highs with the risks on the horizon. If that remains true then here's the only path the markets can take...

Brazil ETF is Overbought to a Statisically Significant Level

Once again our levels are holding as we navigate through the daily markets. We do have a new trade in EWZ that we will go over in detail in tonight's video...

Earnings No Longer a Catalyst?

The risk continues to remain to the downside. Earnings announcements are no longer a catalyst to new highs. The Fed will not make any changes before a presidential election. We have to ask ourselves what will propel the markets to new highs? While we are being patient here are the opportunities lurking in the market...

Earnings Take Center Stage While Financials Slip

Forget the election because it's earnings season! Last week we saw financials rally and sell off on earnings. Tech stock kicked off today with NFLX which is seeing a nearly 2 standard deviation move in after hours trading. Lastly, we hope you can join us live on Tuesday or via the replay on a timely…

Tides Have Turned, Good Earnings Brought Sellers...

The stock market is at an inflection point. Bonds have broken down which has sent interest rates up. Higher interest rates are better for financial stocks. Plus most financial stocks beat earnings expectations. Financial should be rallying, but they're not. Add on the fact that volatility remains elevated and dollar is sitting at stone throw…

Highs Not Being Bought But Dips Are

Yesterday we were spot on with the call lower. Today the dip was bought, but that may not be the end of the selling. Watch the earnings reports for the bank stocks tomorrow. This will tell us where the markets go next...

Volatility Confirms Fears of an Impending Sell-Off

Tomorrow is a crucial trading day. We have been talking about the VVIX at 100 being a measure of risk in the market. Today we ended right at 100. Here's our plan for tomorrow...

A Quiet Sell-Off has Commenced

A quiet sell off today on a week filled with Holidays. Yesterday was Columbus Day and tomorrow is Yom Kippur which means we could see movement without conviction. These are the levels that we have been watching for 30 days and they continue to hold...

Get Ready for Expansion

The market consolidation won't last long. Today was a low volume up day thanks to Columbus Day which is a bank holiday. With the bond market closed we aren't going to be able to get a good read on which way stocks will break. Here's what to watch...

Election Trades... A Vote for Volatility

In this weekend's video we are going to the discuss how the presidential race relates to the markets. How much risk is priced in and what the markets are saying about the race. Also, a special election day announcement is included...