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  1. AussieJS says:

    europe was closed but futures open

    divergence between nas and dow and spx is striking

    exhaustion tops DO NOT need distribution –the distribution is in the exhaustion

    THEY JUST COME CRASHING DOWN

    join the bears picknik

  2. AussieJS says:

    is the jaws of death going to eat you up

  3. whidbey says:

    Nothing happens today. But it will pickup shortly in plunge then a recovery followed by another plunge, it is seasonal and god knows what else. Live for the new fed tax plan in your spare time.

  4. AussieJS says:

    the marsians are planning a attack on earths satiltes taking out the internet

    instos are short nas and dax

  5. AussieJS says:

    the dax has just topped and is in the hands of the jaws of death

    as humans are to be replaced by hollow grams

  6. whidbey says:

    Fed day- without a meeting just the excitement. No rate change is expected, so what is next? ETFs with stops. Looking at Vanguard 40/60 mutual funds and a dividend fund. I know, more fun in a graveyard . I am old so what is the difference.

  7. Daddy Paul says:

    The feds can surprise the market. Watch option prices today.

  8. Fred Simons says:

    Trust the bond market for direction. The bond market cap is much larger than the stock market cap. TLT the price for bonds moved up today indicating no stress on inflation hence lower rates. Banks are down 10% because the yield curve is not steepening. Velocity and multiplier indicators are still declining. The Fed.. will they move in June? Concensus says yes. I doubt they will move.

  9. whidbey says:

    Voting on some money today in the Congress health care, and more earnings. But this weekend France votes. more excitement does the euro live or wilt?

  10. whidbey says:

    Payroll “numbers”look OK, but confusing as what they mean… if anything. The political events in Congress invite desperation: anyone sober? Worry about China economy , appears fagged out in metals and sales external. Then the French election….Euro survives????

  11. whidbey says:

    Holding on, not clear what is probable. Suspect that dividends are safe for a time. Look for a seasonal play this spring…..sell in May??????

  12. whidbey says:

    The vix is below suggesting that all is well. Be careful it is ambiguous when low.Own some foreign stocks.

  13. AussieJS says:

    AINT THE BULLS FUNNY CREATURES

  14. whidbey says:

    The new 1%” gained $260Bn since March 1, the 99% lost $260Bn. The market is heavily favoring just a few stocks. Moreover the old Dow theory shows transport is lagging industrials. We should be very careful if we own a portfolio.

  15. AussieJS says:

    the failed attempted rotation is the teddy bears picnic

    the internet to be banned and replaced by beatles

    spx to 2344 or is it 44

  16. whidbey says:

    The Texas AND Calf retirement systems. and Ill too, are going to miss promised payouts, these are the start of problems for public employee retirement systems in the US,………… but a few younger folks will be shocked that soc.security will not do well during your retirement and will go down hill every year. Get concerned about getting old.

  17. Richard says:

    “The Nas[daq] continues to trend up; all the other indexes remain in their ranges, which are now 2-1/2 – 5 months in duration. I call them consolidation patterns within uptrends. They’re normal. They’re healthy. The market does this more than it moves directionally. Embrace them. Don’t let them frustrate you.”

    You may live to regret those words!

  18. whidbey says:

    Retail is weak, housing up, Consumers are very unsure and will remain that way for some time. International stocks, small cap and avoid technology.

  19. clairvoyant says:

    I think investors around the world have good reason to stock up on gold. I also think miners have a good reason to start pointing the path higher for the metals.;-D

    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=JNUG&p=D&yr=0&mn=6&dy=0&id=p85394776442

  20. AussieJS says:

    there is to be a invasion of telepathic marsian panda bears,american eagle bears australian golden kolala
    bears and kangaroos

    did nas 100 just top as adam and eve just eat a apple that had worms and will sue the internet in tort for nervios dispepsia causing gold to go up

  21. whidbey says:

    Watching the US market for a bearish reversal of the price line giving us a bear. European markets seem to be more bullish. Seasonality is warning it can not to be ignored and that the fall is likely be critical.

  22. whidbey says:

    Yesterday’s run away is a lesson in stability,it was pure speculation aligned with oil and belief in in the leaders i.e Amzn etc,5 to 7 stocks that out ran the indexes. Patience says buy the internationals, eg FAX, and hold on through the spring. I like Health care as well. I say this is a normal but wild cycle for this time of year.

  23. AussieJS says:

    a little short stop running today by instos

    with world events/elections etc may opts ex will be dominant

  24. whidbey says:

    Think about a much lower dollar 91?, consider some gold, watch out for inflation some where in this mess.

  25. whidbey says:

    The probability of june rate increase is down. Consumer spending is down. The Yen is up , watch currencies they foretell a great deal, I think the “sell in May” mantra is up on us.

  26. AussieJS says:

    first a bear stop raid,then a bull stop raid

    to close to a monthly opts ex to be a coincidence

    the instos are in charge to either a new high or lower high

    nas 100 could be a lower high and dow or spx a new high as different chart patters

    viva the day traders that like the game of snakes and ladders at the wall st casino

  27. AussieJS says:

    could also be a bear picnic crash for eager daytraders

  28. whidbey says:

    The slowing banking loan growth and the banking surveys prove the peak of the credit cycle is in and we are in a period of decelerating growth. The fat lady is going to sing soon. Go on the defensive this summer, recession is coming in the fall of 2017……

  29. AussieJS says:

    a depression as soverigns go bust or war

  30. AussieJS says:

    europe needs a new muffler –it has exhaustion problems

    opts ex going predictive

    unless intraday charts change we are going for lower highs

  31. whidbey says:

    THE WEEK BUILDS. Suspect the fed goes limp. I am just holding on and watching for summer then a strange fall.

  32. whidbey says:

    Memorial day comes so we wait to if summer and fall bring new views of markets. Bitcoin has risen to new highs as a fraud instrument for computer lock-ups/ holdups. vix is under 11 today, consider some calls. the new US budget comes soon….careful it is not likely to be a good thing for those of us who live on not too much……………………

  33. whidbey says:

    Block chain as in bit coin is rising. It seems to beat normal currencies. This may worry those who a real dollar to their name. Fed speck today….duck.

  34. AussieJS says:

    i dispute the trend will last many more years

    but that is only my opinion

  35. whidbey says:

    WSJ is concerned over China:

    “China’s central bank is effectively anchoring the yuan to the dollar, a policy twist that has helped stabilize the currency in a year of political transition and market jitters about China’s economic management.”

    This is just the start of global economic problems. Right now the EU looks pretty will-off but that too will wilt by fall. Be ready for late fall when US will probably not have a gov’t budget yet…