Moving Averages

Goldman Begs Clients To BTF Oil Dip

"Ignore the drop in oil prices... it's just technical" is the message from Goldman's bullish Damien Courvalin who believes fundamentally the pace of the inventory declines are encouraging and does not see evidence in the oil market to justify this (negative) shift in sentiment. In other words, BTF Oil Dip!

Global Stocks Slide As Iron Ore Crashes; Pound Jumps After UK Calls Snap Elections

European stocks slide  s traders return from a 4-day Easter holidays, Asian equities likewise drop pressured by the ongoing rout in iron ore, while U.S. stock-index futures point to a lower open. British markets were roiled after U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would seek an early election on June 8. The FTSE 100 droped 1.3%, on the news, hitting the lowest since Feb. 24

When Bulls Collide

With this backdrop of weakening underpinnings of the “Trump Trade” but exuberant hopes of a continued bull market run comes the potential collision between markets. It is highly unlikely that bond bulls and stock bulls will both be right.

Fading "The Beast"

"So far the S&P has made an all-time high at the beginning of March. Yesterday Nasdaq made a new high almost a month later. The last time we saw an S&P peak followed by a Nasdaq peak almost a month later? 2007."

Global Stocks, S&P Futures Little Changed On Brexit Day

Brexit day has finally arrived, and despite this major "risk event", European and Asian stocks are trading mixed, while S&P futures are just fractionally lower as a bounce on optimism over the American economy appears to have fizzled and President Trump continues to struggle to pass his legislative agenda. The pound first dipped then rose as the U.K. is set to begin its life outside the EU. 

Gold Surges Most Since Brexit After 'Dovish' Fed Hike

With the focus overnight on the Rutte 'win' despite the surge in populist angst, and headlines from The Fed, PBOC, BoJ, and BoE sending global stocks to record highs, one might be forgiven for not noticing that Gold is surging (most since Brexit) following Janet's decision to raise rates for the 3rd time in 11 years - far outperforming other assets classes.

Crude Is Crashing

WTI Crude is suffering its biggest down day since September 2015 - crashing over 5% to a $50 handle and the lowest levels since 2016...

A Look Back At 1999!

"If this market rally seems eerily familiar, it’s because it is. In fact, the backdrop of the rally reminds me much of what was happening in 1999...If you were around then, you will remember."