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Harry Boxer

Harry Boxer - July 22, 2014

Very Positive Up-Session

The stock market indices had a strong session today, gapping up with strong futures overnight. The indices then popped, pulled back, tested support, and then ran up to the session highs by late morning. At that point, they went sideways, and consolidated for a couple hours. When they failed to breakout, they rolled over, retested, successfully making higher lows, and then rallied back near the close, finishing with solid gains on the day. Net on the day, the Dow was up 61.81 at 17,113.54.

Mike Paulenoff

Mike Paulenoff - July 22, 2014

The Euro Breaks Down vs. The Dollar

The Euro has dropped out this morning, from 1.3530 to 1.3460, violating its June 5 low at 1.3500—the day of the June ECB Meeting. A combination of technical chart factors, such as breaking a key prior low-support-pivot point and growing perceptions that stronger U.S.

Harry Boxer

Harry Boxer - July 21, 2014

A Negative Day to Start the Week

The stock market indices started the week off on a negative note. They had a strong drop early on, but held mid-morning, and then rallied strongly to retest the highs on the Nasdaq 100, but not so on the S&P 500, which back and filled into the close, closing negative on the session.

Sinisa Persich

Sinisa Persich - July 21, 2014

Eye on Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. (HLT)

Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. (HLT) has been flagging in the last two weeks after a sharp upmove earlier this month that took stock from 22 to 24 area. A break above the recent highs at 25 could move stock up to retest the upper trendline, which points to 25.5-26 range.

Jack Steiman

Jack Steiman - July 21, 2014

Bears Turn

So maybe that means we gap up tomorrow, or maybe someone will finally the initiative and run this thing one way or the other. It is absolutely ridiculous how this market is gapping up, literally, every day. Yet the market goes nowhere as the trend is your turn, and then my turn.

Mike Paulenoff

Mike Paulenoff - July 21, 2014

What is the SPY vs TLT Relationship Telling Us, if Anything?

I find the enclosed comparison chart to be fascinating, because it shows the ETF of the benchmark S&P Index-SPY, (shown as the upper chart) hugging the upper-boundary line of the bullish channel that has developed off of the Oct 2011 corrective low at 107.43.