Technical Analysis

Big day tomorrow on the earnings front The major indices fell sharply on Covid/election fears. European countries imposed new restrictions. Case count continue to rise putting pressure on hospitals. A lack of a coronavirus stimulus deal in the US is also weighing. Finally, uncertainty about the upcoming election is also frightened traders. The volatility index (Vix index )rose
Highlights of the debate E-mini was trading down -4.58 points at the start of the debate. Pres. Trump A vaccine will be available in weeks Vaccine is not guaranteed but will be coming by the end of the year there will be no dark winter for Covid we are learning to live with the virus. We have no
Sterling gains fade The New Zealand dollar is the top performer this week while the US dollar was the laggard. Even today with USD staging a bit of a comeback, it’s not sticking as the kiwi pushes back into positive territory. The break above the October highs is constructive for a retest of 0.6800 in
It wasn’t a dumpster fire, so sellers cover The S&P futures have turned positive now with the index up 0.14% at 3454. The move to the upside is probably attributed to the debate that was more debate vs. the yelling and screaming from the 1st debate. Going forward, the other story that traders have been
House leader Pelosi speaking As the Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi talks about a stimulus package, the US stocks have moved to a new session highs.  The S&P index rose to 3465.45. It is currently up 1% at 3461 The NASDAQ index reached a high of 11592.48. It is currently trading at 11573, up 93 points or 0.82% The