Consumer Discretionary Stocks Signal A Recession Isn’t Coming

Consumer Discretionary Stocks Tell the Future The relative performance of consumer discretionary sector gives us an indicator where the economy is headed. As you can see from the chart below, the consumer discretionary sector has outperformed the S&P 500 as of September 30th. That suggests a recession isn’t coming soon. The chart shows relative outperformance…

XLF Hits 52 Week Low - Market Next?

Many leading financial companies such as JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America plunged to new 52 week lows recently.  What does it mean and is there a fade trade (bounce) setting up here?  Corey discusses this and the updated levels in the XLF in tonight's video.

Stocks Are The Cheapest Since The Beginning Of 2016

Stocks - Another Day With Wild Swings Wild swings in the stock market where big losses turn into gains aren’t necessarily positive. They signal the heightened volatility environment is continuing rather than that stocks are ready to rally. Monday was another day with big swings as the S&P 500 fell 1.83% in the morning before…

Full Employment To Be Reached In 2020

Full Employment - Labor Market Filling Up Don’t use the stock market’s reaction on Friday as a litmus test for the strength of the November labor report because the market has been very volatile. Job creation was a slightly disappointing. It might indicate the labor market is near full employment. Overall labor force participation rate…

A Lack of Volatility?

  If you were watching today's market action you may have gotten whiplash. One surprise in this market is the lack of volatility specifically in the VIX and VVIX. What does this mean for the market and how can you take advantage of it? Watch this video newsletter update to find out...

Stocks Crater As Extreme Fear Sweeps Wall Street

Stocks Crater - Volatile Friday The stock market cratered Friday morning. Unlike Thursday, the market didn’t recover as the S&P 500 fell 2.33%. Nasdaq fell 3.05% after outperforming Thursday. Russell 2000 fell 1.98%. I have forgotten to mention one reason the Russell 2000 has been falling rapidly in the past couple months is because it…

Volatility Box Ready to Break! Here's What You Need to Know...

Stocks are on the edge and volatility is set to explode higher. This weekend's video newsletter update is absolutely crucial for any trader or investor. Here's what you need to know...  

Stocks Move Violently As Traders Fear A Trade War & The Hawkish Fed

Stocks Move Violently - Huge Reversal On Thursday The S&P 500 crashed Thursday morning. It bottomed at 2,624 at 11:30 AM which was a 2.83% decline. It rallied in the afternoon to close down only 0.15%. Many of the bulls may feel like that’s a sign of a reversal. But I think it’s a sign…

MBA Mortgage Applications Increase 2 Straight Weeks

MBA Mortgage Applications - Weak Construction Spending Growth Before getting into MBA Mortgage Applications, let's review construction spending growth. Construction spending growth missed estimates and decelerated sharply on a year over year basis. Private residential spending growth fell sharply. On a month over month basis, construction spending fell 0.1%. That missed estimates for 0.3% growth and…

Where the Market is Headed Next

Are the markets likely to make a new 2018 high or low or stay within those boundaries for the rest of December?  Current Implied Volatility has a clear answer and Corey shows you the Probability of Expiring Cone updated charts for the S&P 500 along with leading tech stocks AMZN, AAPL, GOOGL, NFLX, and how…

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