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Squawk Wrap Up

After over four years of published Elliott Squawk, this is our last briefing. We focus on a longer-term view of both the U. S. equities and the Euro.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Narrowing The Scenarios

Yesterday we had an abundance of scenarios to consider. One possibility we were looking at was a five-wave decline to a new low followed by a bounce because it fit two of those scenarios. Since that’s the action we saw, those two scenarios are the ones we keep for today and we dig […]

Squawk Morning Briefing: One Big Mess

A sharp down day on Tuesday does more to confuse the outlook than clarify it. Their remain multiple possible scenarios and we dig through them in today’s videos.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Upcoming Catalysts

There are relatively few important news releases today which could be catalysts for movement. That leaves us focused on the sentiment observed through wave action as our primary guide. The scenarios we’re watching are updated in today’s videos. We are just about to enter earnings season and that might be the next […]

Squawk Morning Briefing: Now Where?

The follow-through bounce on Friday continues to warn that the two week decline in U. S. equities might not be impulsive. The implications are discussedi n today’s videos.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Eyes Shift to BLS

Yesterday’s ECB press conference brought some negative comments about the European economy and they were echoed by negative comments from the IMF. The weak outlook weighed on European equities and spilled over into U. S. markets. However, once European markets closed U. S. equities rebounded sharply. The price action presents a mixed […]

Squawk Morning Briefing: Eyes on ECB

Not much movement this morning following the ECB policy announcement at 7:45 EDT. That leaves the press conference beginning at 8:30 EDT to spur any meaningful move which might arise. We’re watching closely.
Yesterday’s move in U. S. equities was certainly meaningful and we discuss the implications in today’s videos.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Euro Breaks Fireline

The Euro broke its Voodoo fireline overnight. We have literally been focused on this level for years so this is an important signal for the long-term trend. Other markets, particularly U. S. equities continue to give more complex signals but we dig into them in today’s video.

Squawk Morning Briefing: One For All

David is filling in for Kevin this morning and we have one video containing the updates for all the markets we cover.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Interpreting Thursday’s Sell-Off

Thursday’s decline is consistent with a third wave down in U. S. equities — a sign which should be encouraging to bears. However, we need to be cautious as that isn’t the exclusive interpretation. We dig into the scenarios during today’s videos

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